Master's programs Tilburg University
Looking for a first-class Master's program? Tilburg University offers more than 50 graduate programs fully in English, preparing you for a career that matters.
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Economics: Behavioral Economics1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Address economic problems and questions involving people’s behavior and behavioral change. Become an economist trained to take both the economics and the psychology of behavior into account, as well as the ways it can be affected by policies and strategies. This is a track of MSc Economics.
Communication and Cognition1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Gain insights about Cognition, Language and Communication and become an expert in how people process information online and offline, master conversation characteristics and learn to understand the psychological aspects of communication.
Philosophy of Humanity and Culture1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Delve into the history of modern and contemporary continental philosophy. Analyze texts and theories of some of the greatest thinkers of our time to gain a deeper understanding of humanity and society. Use this to shed new light on fundamental questions about art, culture, identity, and being human.
Fiscaal Recht (LLM) (in Dutch)1 year Dutch Starts end of August and end of January
Become a tax advisor with a combined knowledge of law, economics, legislation, and politics. A tax lawyer who knows the impact of an amendment or change in the law to professional practice, who establishes cross-connections with other jurisdictions, has knowledge of economic developments, and oversees tax legislation. As such you are always one step ahead and can help companies to anticipate on tomorrow's tax developments.
Health Humanities1 year English Starts end of August
Reflect on current issues relating to wellbeing and health, and to healthcare and medicine from a humanities perspective. Analyze the influence of cultural norms, diversity, technology and the online world. Develop a new perspective to contribute to innovations, policy discussions and the public debate.
Digital Culture Studies1 year English Starts end of August
Digital technologies have become an intrinsic feature of everyday life in today’s society. New modes of social interaction have emerged, involving intense activity on social media, the use of apps and information technology. Digital materials can easily be modified and manipulated and that influences our access to knowledge, how we present ourselves, and how we see others. You will learn how to analyze the impact of these phenomena on individuals, communities and society as a whole.
Economics: Financial Economics1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Combine practical financial management with economic analysis of the markets you invest in. You will address for example urgent problems in the Euro zone, international financial supervision, micro-finance, bank-runs and systemic risk, and taxation of financial institutions. This is a track of MSc Economics.
Philosophy of Contemporary Challenges1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Apply theories from renowned classical and contemporary philosophers to present-day societal issues, such as climate change, migration, populism, racism and economic inequality. Learn how to critically review familiar ideas with regard to such issues and how to reform or revise these ideas in order to face the challenge at hand.
Ethics of Business and Organization (in Dutch)1 year Dutch Starts end of August and end of January
Study how the modern world has become a society of organizations, and the implications this has for society and the organizations in it. Analyze the political, moral and existential questions that arise from it, help organizations defining their place within society, and give advice on the allocation of roles and responsibilities.
Politics, Policy and Societal Development1 year English Starts end of August
Become an expert in sustainable development in an international context by addressing global societal challenges. You acquire a macro- and meso-level perspective on sustainable development with a focus on social and economic drivers and motives. You translate important societal questions into sociological research to evaluate policies and to serve as input for new policies.
Theology (in Dutch)3 years Dutch Starts end of August
Following the professional master’s program in Theology you will be trained as a spiritual caretaker in a parish or in a care institution, in the prison system or in the army. Immerse yourself in various theological and related academic disciplines such as philosophy and social sciences. You will take professional courses, do an internship and complete your studies with a master's thesis.
Economics: Sustainable Development1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Analyze the sources of economic growth in a country or region, the obstacles to growth and development they face, and their potential negative environmental consequences. Upon graduation you have become trained to evaluate and write policies and strategies towards economic development and sustainable resource use. This is a track of MSc Economics.
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