Tilburg University has been known by many names since it was established in 1927. It started life as the Roman Catholic University of Commerce, before making its way through the names Catholic Economic University, Catholic University Tilburg, and Catholic University Brabant before officially arriving at its current title in 2010.
Today, the institution has a strong reputation in business, law and economics. It has approximately 7,500 students, 10% of whom are international.
The exchange agreement between King's and Tilburg University allows for up to 1 6-month postgraduate research exchange per year.
Important: Final decision on your application rests entirely with the host institution. This exchange is only open to students from the School of Education, Communication, and Society.