BSc Public Governance: Public Administration, Economics and Law
Governments around the world face pressing cross-border challenges, such as migration, refugee crises, crime and tax evasion. In the English-taught bachelor’s program Public Governance, you learn how to combine the fields of Public Administration, Economics and Law to develop solutions for these kinds of complex international problems. How can governments and organizations work together to better tackle these cross-border challenges?
Public Administration, Economics and Law
practical assignment in which real issues are analyzed
exchange opportunities around the world
Short overview of BSc Public Governance: Public Administration, Economics and Law
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Peter HellevangBachelor's student
"As I grew older, my interest in society only grew. My problem was that I was not able to find a bachelor which would include all the different aspects of society I was interested in. Luckily, after some searching, I found the Public Governance bachelor, that looks at global societal challenges from multiple disciplines."
Andrea FrankowskiPhD student
"The professors have connections to (semi-)public organizations, resulting in a lot of hands on knowledge and great insights on what it actually means to govern in the public sector. They are also very accessible and helpful."
Martijn GroenleerProfessor of Regional Law and Governance
"Through abundant use of examples and cases, the program prepares students for the global context of public administration, including its political, legal and economic dynamics, offering students a unique ‘taste’ of the practice of public decision-making and collaboration at various levels of governance."
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Virtual Open Week Bachelor's and Master's Programs: September 30 - October 4
Experience our international programs without having to leave the comfort of your home. The Virtual Open Week will offer topic-specific online information sessions - including information on studying in Holland, living in Tilburg and studying at Tilburg University - as well as live chat and a Q&A.
09:15 - 16:45
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 Public Governance a match? If you...
- have a passion for real societal issues
- are internationally minded
- are looking for a multidisciplinary program
Then this is the program for you!