Student Portal: information for students
Experience our 96th Dies Natalis all over again
On Thursday, November 16, we celebrated our university’s 96th Dies Natalis. The theme of this year’s ceremony was 'Experiencing Broad Prosperity'. We look back on a varied and surprising program, which included a warm welcome to the new Vice President of the Executive Board, Wilma de Koning. Were you unable to attend the Dies Natalis or would you like to watch it again?
Tilburg University Magazine
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Study places for students
Do you want to study on campus? There is a variety of study places with or without PC. There are both group and individual study places. Check the overview.
What to do on and around campus?
08:45 - 17:00
Student for a day Bachelor's programs
Do you have a specific study program in mind or are you still considering various options? Join one or more of our Student for a day event(s) from November 21 until 30. Together with our students you can attend a variety of mini-lectures and discover whether the study program suits you.
19:30 - 21:00
Erfenis van het Verleden: Excuses en omgaan met historisch onrecht
How do you acknowledge, process and redress historical injustice? What role do apologies play in this process? What are the conditions for good apologies? Is there a difference between apologizing and expressing regret? That is what we will discuss this evening. (Dutch)
16:00 - 18:00
Politiek, Polder & de Formatie
Now that the Dutch election results are known, the formation game awaits us. How does the theme of Broad Prosperity come to the table? Speakers in lecture #1 on Broad Prosperity include Kim Putters, Carla van Baalen and Josse de Voogd. (Dutch)
19:30 - 21:00
Op of over de Rand: De Mores bij Studentenverenigingen
Student life means freedom for many. No parents telling you what to do, and new experiences around every corner. But how do you make sure that you don't cross the line? Tilburg student associations will discuss this and more with government commissioner transgressive behavior Mariëtte Hamer. (Dutch)
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