BSc International Sociology
The Bachelor's program in International Sociology focuses on the dynamics between man and society. You study social themes such as migration, poverty and inequality, and cultural differences, while connecting these themes to politics and policy. Depending on your ambitions and interests, in your second year you make a choice of two specializations: 'Culture in comparative perspective' or 'Social risks in a changing world'.
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Short overview of BSc International Sociology
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Why this program in Tilburg?
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After your Bachelor's
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Subeh ChowdhuryBachelor's student
"About a year ago, I didn’t even know about Tilburg University but now I feel like I couldn’t be in a better place. Tilburg is the next best thing to being home!"
Thomas van GasterenBachelor's student
"The number of people studying sociology is relatively small, which means that you quickly get to know each other. There’s also a lot of room to ask questions in class."
Bas PijnappelBachelor's student
"Sociology is a broad program. In the first year, you also follow courses of other disciplines, such as psychology and economics."
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Open day Bachelor's programs
On Saturday October 26, 2019 you can get to know our international Bachelor's programs and the place where you will possibly study in the future.
08:45 - 17:00
Student for a day Bachelor's programs: November 20-29
Do you want that last confirmation if the program you like is really the right one for you? Or are you still comparing programs, and ready to get to know one program better? Becoming a student for a day helps you to take the next step in your study choice process. In the period from November 20 until November 29, 2019 you can join the Student for a day-sessions of the program(s) you are interested in.
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Are you and International Sociology a match?
- Interested in people and society?
- Interested in social issues?
- Analytical with a broad interest?