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After your Bachelor's in Liberal Arts and Sciences

Upon completion of the Liberal Arts and Sciences program, you will receive an internationally recognized Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree from University College Tilburg. The degree awarded depends on the major you have chosen.

This Bachelor’s degree allows you to apply for admission to a Master's program at Tilburg University or any other research university in the Netherlands or abroad. Most students pursue a Master's degree after graduating from their three-year Bachelor's degree - before starting their career - as is common in the Netherlands.

Accessible Master's programs with a major in Business and Economics

With a specialization in Business and Economics, you are eligible for the following
(Research) Master's programs at Tilburg University
1. MSc Accountancy (ENG)
2. MSc Research Master in Business (ENG)
3. MSc Economics (ENG)
4. MSc Research Master in Economics (ENG)
5. MSc Finance (ENG)
6. MSc Global Management of Social Issues (ENG)
7. MSc Information Management (ENG)
8. MSc International Management (ENG)
9. MSc Marketing Management (ENG)
10. MSc Organization Studies (ENG)
11. MSc Strategic Management (ENG)
12. MSc Supply Chain Management (ENG)

Some Liberal Arts and Sciences graduates have continued with a Master's program elsewhere, either in the Netherlands or abroad. Please note that some of the following Master’s programs were only accessible if students had successfully completed one or more additional courses.

The Netherlands
MSc Business Administration – University of Amsterdam
MSc Economics – University of Amsterdam
MSc Finance & Investments – Erasmus University Rotterdam
MSc Forest and Nature Conservation – Wageningen University
MSc Human Resource Management – University of Groningen
MSc International Economics and Business – Utrecht University
MSc Management of Innovation – Erasmus University Rotterdam
MSc Strategic Entrepreneurship – Erasmus University Rotterdam
MSc Strategic Management – Erasmus University Rotterdam
MSc Sustainable Business and Innovation – Utrecht University

Abroad
MA Philosophy & Economics – University of Bayreuth (Germany)
MA International Humanitarian Action – Bochum Ruhr-Universität (Germany) and Uppsala University (Sweden)
MSc Economic and Social Sciences – Bocconi University Milan (Italy)
MSc Environmental Economics and Management – University of Agricultural Sciences Uppsala (Sweden)
MSc Fashion, Design and Luxury Management – Grenoble School of Management (France)
MSc International Marketing and Brand Management – Lund University (Sweden)
MSc Mechanical Engineering – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany)

Accessible Master's programs with a major in Law in an International Context

With a specialization in Law in an International Context, you are eligible for the following
(Research) Master's programs at Tilburg University:

LLM European Union Law
LLM International Business Law
LLM International Law and Human Rights
LLM Law and Technology *

LLM Research Master in Law (ENG)
MSc Data Science: Business and Governance (ENG)
MSc Victimology and Criminal Justice (ENG)
MSc Labour Law and Employment Relations (ENG)
MSc Public Governance (ENG)

Some Liberal Arts and Sciences graduates have continued with a Master's program elsewhere, either in the Netherlands or abroad. Please note that some of the following Master’s programs were only accessible if students had successfully completed one or more additional courses.

The Netherlands
LLM Globalization and Law – Maastricht University
LLM International and European Law – University of Amsterdam
LLM Law and Politics of International Security – VU University Amsterdam
LLM Law (several tracks) – VU University Amsterdam
- International Migration and Refugee Law
- Transnational Legal Studies
LLM Law: Transnational Legal Studies – VU University Amsterdam
LLM Public International Law – Utrecht University
MA International Relations – Leiden University
MA Research Master Modern History and International Relations – University of Groningen
MSc Information Studies – University of Amsterdam
MSc Research Master in Public Administration and Organizational Science – Utrecht University

Abroad
LLM Law: Human Rights Law – Bristol University (United Kingdom)
MA European Studies: Governance and Regulation – Bonn University (Germany)
MA Global Studies – Ghent University (Belgium)
MA Intelligence & International Security – King’s College, London (United Kingdom)
MA International Studies and Diplomacy – School of Oriental and African Studies London (United Kingdom)
MA Political Economy of European Integration – Berlin School of Law and Economics (Germany)
MA/MSc in International and World History – Columbia University/London School of Economics and Political Science (USA/United Kingdom)
MPhil International Relations and Politics – Cambridge University (United Kingdom)

*
Those students who have an interest in following the Master’s program Law and Technology, are recommended to take two of the following courses in preparation for the program:

620252 – GLB: Civil Procedure and Dispute Resolution;
620253 – GLB: Constitutional law;
620266 – GLB: Obligations and Contract Law I;
620267 – GLB: Obligations and Contract Law II;
620277 – GLB: Tort Law.

Global Law Bachelor courses (GLB) have special admission requirements:
a. Non-GLB students can take a maximum of 2 global law courses;
b. these courses need to be taught in the same year;
c. non-GLB students cannot take first year courses.

On the basis of this information, the Board of Examiners of Humanities offers the student a provisional advice. Subsequently, the student needs to apply for admission into the Global Law course by sending a grade list, motivation and the provisional advice of the Board of Examiners to Anja.vanValen@uvt.nl. It is the management of GLB that takes the final decision about the admission. Please take into account that GLB allows a maximum of 5 LAS students in each course.

Accessible Master's programs with a major in Social Sciences: Human Behavior

With a specialization in the Social Sciences: Human Behavior, you are eligible for the following
(Research) Master's programs at Tilburg University:

MA Culture Studies (several tracks):
- Global Communication
- Management of Cultural Diversity
MSc Communication and Information Sciences
MSc Data Science: Business and Governance
MSc Human Resource Studies
MSc Organization Studies
MSc Social Psychology
MSc Sociology
MSc Victimology and Criminal Justice
MSc Global Management of Social Issues (several tracks):
- Politics, Policy and Societal Development
- Organizing for Global Social Challenges
- People Management for Global Social Challenges
Research Master in Social and Behavioral Sciences
Research Master in Individual Differences and Assessment

Some Liberal Arts and Sciences graduates have continued with a Master's program elsewhere, either in the Netherlands or abroad. Please note that some of the following Master’s programs were only accessible if students had successfully completed one or more additional courses.

The Netherlands
MA History: Holocaust and Genocide Studies – University of Amsterdam
MSc Business Administration (several tracks) – University of Amsterdam
MSc Environmental Sciences: Sustainable Development – Utrecht University
MSc Health Economics, Policy and Law – Erasmus University Rotterdam
MSc Interdisciplinary Social Science: Social Policy and Public Health – Utrecht University
MSc International Development Studies – Wageningen University
MSc International Relations and Diplomacy – Leiden University
MSc Psychology (Dutch) – University of Groningen
MSc Psychology: Health and Social Psychology – Maastricht University
MSc Research Master Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience – Maastricht University
MSc Research Master Migration, Ethnic Relations and Multiculturalism – Utrecht University
MSc Research Master Social Psychology – VU University Amsterdam
MSc Research Master Sociology of Culture, Media and the Arts – Erasmus University Rotterdam
MSc Sociology (several tracks) – University of Amsterdam
MSc Sociology: Governance of Migration and Diversity – Erasmus University Rotterdam
MSc Youth Studies – Utrecht University

Abroad
MA Critical Gender Studies – Central European University Budapest (Hungary)
MA Gender Studies – Linköping University (Sweden)
MA International Relations: International Peacekeeping – University of Birmingham (United Kingdom)
MA Peace and Conflict Studies – Marburg University (Germany)
MA Public Health: Health Promotion and Prevention – University of Bremen (Germany)
MSc Environment and Development – London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom)
MSc International Social and Public Policy – London School of Economics and Political Science (United Kingdom)
MSc Sociology – Masaryk University Brno (Czech Republic)
MSc Urban Regeneration and Management – University of Liverpool (United Kingdom)

Accessible Master’s programs with a major in Arts and Humanities: Past – Present – Future

With a specialization in Arts and Humanities: Past – Present – Future, you are eligible for the following (Research) Master's programs at Tilburg University:

MA Christianity and Society
MA Communication and Information Sciences
MA Culture Studies (several tracks):
- Art, Media and Society
- Global Communication
- Jeugdliteratuur (Dutch!)
- Management of Cultural Diversity
- Ritual in Society
MA Philosophy (several tracks):
- Ethiek van Bedrijf en Organisatie (Dutch!)
- Philosophy of Contemporary Challenges
- Philosophy of Humanity and Culture
MA Research Master in Language and Communication
MSc Victimology and Criminal Justice


Some Liberal Arts and Sciences graduates have continued with a Master's program elsewhere, either in the Netherlands or abroad. Please note that some of the following Master’s programs were only accessible if students had successfully completed one or more additional courses.

The Netherlands
MA History – University of Amsterdam
MA History of Society: Global History and International Relations – Erasmus University Rotterdam
MA International Relations – Leiden University
MA International Relations in Historical Perspective – Utrecht University
MA Media Culture – Maastricht University
MA Media Studies: New Media Culture – University of Amsterdam
MA Research Master Historical, Literary & Cultural Studies – Radboud University Nijmegen
MA Research Master in Cultures of Arts, Science and Technology – Maastricht University MA Research Master in Ancient History – Leiden University
MSc History and Philosophy of Science – Utrecht University

Abroad
MA Anthropology – Tallinn University (Estonia)
MA Europaeum Programme: European History and Civilization – Leiden University, Université Paris (France) and the University of Oxford (United Kingdom)
MA Heritage Management – Kent University and AUEB in Athens (UK and Greece)
MA History – Aarhus University (Denmark)
MA International Relations and Diplomacy (Dutch) – Antwerp University (Belgium)
MLitt/MTh Religion, Literature & Culture – University of Glasgow (Scotland)
MSc Contemporary History – University of Edinburgh (Scotland)
MSc European Studies: Ideas and Identities – London School of Economics (UK)

Accessible Master’s programs with a major in Cognitive Neuroscience: Brain and Cognition

With a specialization in Cognitive Neuroscience: Brain and Cognition, you are eligible for the following
(Research) Master's programs at Tilburg University:
MA Research Master Language and Communication
MSc Communication and Information Sciences:
- Track Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence
MSc Research Master in Individual Differences and Assessment
MSc Research Master in Social and Behavioral Sciences

Some Liberal Arts and Sciences graduates have continued with a Master's program elsewhere, either in the Netherlands or abroad. Please note that some of the following Master’s programs were only accessible if students had successfully completed one or more additional courses.

The Netherlands
MSc Artificial Intelligence – Radboud University Nijmegen
MSc Cognitive Neuropsychology – VU University Amsterdam
MSc Cognitive Neuroscience – Radboud University Nijmegen
MSc Neuroeconomics – Maastricht University
MSc Neuropsychology – Utrecht University
MSc Neuroscience and Cognition – Utrecht University
MSc Neurosciences – VU University Amsterdam
MSc Philosophy of Neuroscience – VU University Amsterdam
MSc Research Master Behavioral and Cognitive Neurosciences – University of Groningen
MSc Research Master Cognitive and Clinical Neuroscience – Maastricht University
MSc Research Master Cognitive Neuroscience – Leiden University
MSc Research Master Neuroscience – Erasmus University Rotterdam

Abroad
MSc Brain Imaging and Cognitive Neuroscience – University of Birmingham (United Kingdom)
MSc Clinical, Social and Cognitive Neuroscience – University of London (United Kingdom)
MSc Cognition in Science and Society – University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)
MSc Cognitive Neuroscience: Mind, Brain and Wellbeing – University of Skövde (Sweden)
MSc Cognitive Science – University of Trento (Italy)
MSc Interdisciplinary Neuroscience – Goethe University Frankfurt (Germany)
MSc IT and Cognition – University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
MSc Neuroscience – University of Oxford (United Kingdom)

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