Tilburg University is a top 200 world university (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018) and is located in the south of Holland. The city is home to 200,000 residents and 28,000 students. As a relatively small city compared to Amsterdam and Rotterdam, Tilburg offers the perfect study environment as well as a lower cost of living.
Tilburg University is a top 200 world university (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018) and is one of the best universities for business and economics. It has an excellent reputation for research-led degrees in Business, Economics, Social Sciences and Law. With one of the best business schools in the world, Tilburg University ranks 21st in the world for Business and Economics (Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject 2018).
Throughout your studies, you’ll develop analytical thinking and will have plenty of opportunities to connect with the business world. Economic Business weeks Tilburg is one of the largest on-campus recruitment events in Holland, linking students to companies such as L’Oréal, KPMG, ING Bank, ExxonMobil and Deloitte. You could also have the opportunity to spend a semester abroad at a choice of partner university locations, such as Canada, France or Australia.
Prepare for your degree at Tilburg University with a one-year programme taught at the International Study Centre. Once you successfully complete your programme and achieve the required academic grades, you can progress to a choice of degrees at Tilburg.
Green spaces on campus
One of the common areas at Tilburg University
Tilburg University has a modern, green and compact campus. It has six schools, plenty of study areas and great sports facilities. There are more than 40 student organisations to join and you will immediately feel part of the community. Tilburg is passionate about 'Understanding Society' and this creates a supportive environment amongst staff and students. Take a 360 tour of the campus.
Private or shared housing is available off campus.
Campus facilities include:
Tilburg has a rich industrial heritage and lots of cafés, culture and entertainment venues to enjoy, so there is plenty to see and do. You could:
The old town is small so it's easy to walk everywhere, while renting a bike is a great option if you have further to travel.
Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject 2018
I would describe the University as somewhere that’s very friendly. There’s a really big community feeling and I feel like that’s partly due to the campus style that we have. I have friends from different courses and I feel like that’s something very unique. That community feeling and the fact that you can spend all day on campus if you want to, there’s always something to do.
Amiel from Saudi Arabia
Studying BSc (Hons) International Business Administration at Tilburg University
1,500 international students from 102 nations on campus