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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Labour Law and Employment Relations (Bestuurskunde)(LLM)1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Integrate labour law, social policy and human resource management to take an international, European perspective on the international labour market.
Tax Economics (in Dutch)1 year Dutch Starts end of August and end of January
Become an expert in tax regulations, income and corporate tax, and European and international tax law. Connected to the biggest tax institute of Europe, and rated as best program in Tax Economics in the Netherlands, the MSc Tax Economics of Tilburg University is the logical next step after a Bachelor's degree in Tax Economics.
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.
Ondernemingsrecht (LLM) (in Dutch)1 year Dutch Starts end of August and end of January
Prepare for a career as a corporate lawyer or company lawyer, operating on the cutting edge of law, economics, and organizational sciences. You provide organizations with substantiated legal advice in the development of their company policy and strategy, for example in the areas of financing, risk management, and reorganizations.
Communication and Cognition1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Combine the study of cognition, language and communication to learn which factors determine whether communication will be successful. Integrate knowledge of form, process, and psychological aspects to contribute to the optimization of communication in a wide variety of contexts; both online and offline.
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.
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.
Philosophy of Data and Digital Society1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Examine the impact of datafication and digitalization on social institutions, science, our work, our daily lives, and even our friendships. Reflect on fundamental ethical and political questions that arise. Learn how you can help shape a morally acceptable digital social world.
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.
Philosophy of Contemporary Challenges1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Critically engage with key challenges that contemporary societies are facing today, such as climate change, migration, populism, racism and economic inequality. Learn how to review familiar ideas with regard to such issues and how to reform or revise these ideas in order to face the challenge at hand.
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.
Sociology: Politics, Policy and Society in Comparative Perspective1 year English Starts end of August and end of January
Translate important societal questions from both micro and macro perspectives into sociological problems related to politics, social cohesion, and inequality.
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