After your Bachelor's in International Sociology
Most students continue towards a Master’s degree after completing their Bachelor’s degree. Your Bachelor's degree in International Sociology makes you eligible for admission to the following English-taught Master's programs.
Master in Sociology
The Master’s in Sociology is a one-year Master’s program (60 ECTS). It focuses on the analysis of questions in the fields of social policy, politics and society, from both a micro- and macro-perspective.
Extended master Sociology
This Master's program takes 18 months (90 ECTS). In addition to the curriculum of the one-year Master’s in Sociology (60 ECTS), during the last six months of the program you will do a part-time internship in which you will participate in interesting (research) projects.
Double Degree in Sociology and Population Studies (Spain)
This international Double Degree program is unique in the Netherlands and results in the awarding of two academic degrees. The program takes 18 months (90 ECTS) and combines the Research Master in Sociology and Demography at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona (Spain) with the Master in Sociology at Tilburg University.
Double Degree in Sociology with the University of Bamberg (Germany)
This international Double Degree program is the fruit of a unique collaboration with the University of Bamberg in Germany. The program takes two years (120 ECTS) and results in the awarding of two academic degrees: one in Sociology and one in Sociology and Social Research.
Research Master in Social and Behavioral Sciences
This two-year Research Master’s program (120 ECTS) combines sociological, social-psychological, organizational and methodological perspectives. You can put this knowledge to work in research-oriented organizations or within science (PhD).
Research Master in Psychology: Individual Differences and Assessment
In this two-year Research Master’s program (120 ECTS) you will learn more about the differences between people. You will become an expert in scientific research on personality, character and temperament. You can put this knowledge to work in science (PhD) or, for example, in research positions in the field of health and work.
LLM Labour Law and Employment Relations
This Master's program integrates the study of labour law with related areas such as employment relations, labour market and social policy, from an international and European perspective. This program’s approach will provide you with the skill-set modern professionals in employment relations need, with the opportunity to distinguish yourself in a highly competitive market.