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The university in Breukelen plans to perform research into the operation of professional service providers and the demands imposed on the sector by economic developments.


Did you know that following the Logistics programme opens up such a wide scala of career possibilities? You can work in purchasing, production logistics, business organisation, and at many more positions.


Logistics Management is a full-time Bachelors degree course that prepares you for an exciting international career. The course is taught in English and can be completed in 4 years or 2 intensive years.


Students should be immaculately dressed for business or professional occasions, in the opinion of Floris van Laanen, lecturer at the faculty of Law.


ACASA studenten huisvesting corporation, the organization responsible for managing all residential rooms and apartments on the UT campus is overseeing the construction of two new and huge apartment complexes.



The Master’s Programme of Advanced Studies in European Business Law is aimed, in particular, at lawyers who wish to specialize in the area of European Business Law.


Eurogates

Holland: Unemployment at lowest point in years

30 May 2007, 00:00

VOORBURG – There were about 357,000 unemployed persons in the Netherlands in the February to April period. That is 17,000 less than in the January to March period this year.


Tilburg University is an leading university specialised in education in fields of Economics, Business Administration and Law. Please find information about position of the university in international rankings.


The average age of a PhD student in the Netherlands is 29, an overwhelming majority are women - and 40 percent are foreigners, according to new research by careers magazine Intermediair (IM).


Tilburg University is looking for international students who would like to be part of the new International Sounding Board. Students who participate will provide the university with information about their country and culture, to help Tilburg University recruit students from their home countries. In addition, the participants will have a chance to voice their opinions about what is wrong and what is right at Tilburg University.