Student Portal: information for students
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Joining forces for social safety
We are committed to providing everyone with a safe and open learning and working environment.
Each incident of transgressive behavior, in whatever form, is one too many.
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Ukraine: Info and support for students and staff
Tilburg University is shocked by the Russian invasion of Ukraine and sympathizes with all those affected. We can imagine that the situation has a great impact on the well-being of many students, researchers, lecturers, and other employees in our community. Tilburg University sympathizes with them and is committed to supporting all those directly or indirectly affected by these events.
Study Abroad with ENGAGE.EU
Students of Tilburg University can study virtually at several renowned universities across Europe within the ENGAGE.EU European University. Follow a module or course to be part of a virtual, international classroom and exchange ideas with students from different countries while continuing your studies in Tilburg!
Privacy and security: Carefully handling personal and other data
How can you handle data with care? What should you do about security and safety? What do you need to arrange in advance? And what if something goes wrong? On this page you will find everything you need to work safely with personal data or other data.
What to do on and around campus?
09:00 - 15:00
Agents of Change: Moral Conversion and Social Transformation
International Virtual Conference, Utrecht, NL
Organized by The Franciscan Study Center and The Thomas Institute at Tilburg University
09:00 - 18:00
Digital Humanities Symposium: Fact and Fiction, Trust and Distrust
On June 29 and 30, 2022, the Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences organizes the second online symposium on ‘Fact and Fiction, Trust and Distrust’.
13:00 - 17:00
TAISIG and MindLabs present: AI for Society
On June 30, the TAISIG event ‘AI for Society’ will take place: a collaboration between MindLabs, Tilburg University and Data Week NL.
20:00 - 22:00
Science Café - Te antisociaal voor de GGZ?
Impulsive, aggressive, trouble with rules. People with antisocial personality disorder have many psychological problems, but find it hard to find their way to mental health care. Arno van Dam discusses this issue. (Dutch / SG-Certificate)
Do you have any questions?
Then you can go to the Student Desk, the central student desk of our university.
- Fill in the online form, chat or call
- They help you e.g. with administrative and program-specific issues and making appointments with advisors and counselors