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Research Master Social and Behavioral Sciences November 2013
Research Master Social and Behavioral Sciences November 2013
Research Master Social and Behavioral Sciences November 2013
Research Master Social and Behavioral Sciences November 2013
Research Master Social and Behavioral Sciences November 2013
Research Master Social and Behavioral Sciences November 2013
Research Master Social and Behavioral Sciences November 2013
Research Master Social and Behavioral Sciences November 2013
Research Master Social and Behavioral Sciences November 2013
Research Master Social and Behavioral Sciences November 2013
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  • 1. Research Master Social and Behavioral Sciences Individual in Social Context
  • 2. November 28, 2013, 16.00h-16.45h and 19.30h-20.15h • Andries van der Ark (coordinator) • Mark Verschoor (first-year student) • Marino van Zelst (second-year student) • Linda Dominguez-Alvarez (Second-year student) • Questions and Answers http://www.tilburguniversity.edu/education/masters-programmes/social-and-behavioural-sciences 2
  • 3. Content of the program Interdisciplinary program studying people’s behavior from different perspectives: Psychological, Sociological, Organization studies, and Methodological. Students become all-round researchers who can think ‘out of the box’, and specialize in one of the four departments. Topics of First-Year Papers • The Role of Exchange Equity in Tax Compliance • Factors That Will Make You Central: Advice Network Activity • A comparison of students’ performance in Dutch mainstream and alternative primary schools • Determinants of Guilt-Proneness • Are Narcissists Verbally Attractive? • Temporal Effects of Ostracism • Interorganizational Network Learning, Governance Mode and ICT Practices 3
  • 4. Program facts • Two-year English-taught Master’s program (Msc.) • Research Master (not a regular master) • Specialize into one of three minors • Social Psychology • Social Sciences (Sociology or Organization Studies) • Methodology and Statistics • Small groups (< 30 students) • Admission criteria apply 4
  • 5. Who choose the program? (1) Interested in doing research (2) Qualified (3) Willing to work hard (4) Motivated to learn research methodology and statistics (5) Particular interest in the interdisciplinary program Individual in Social Context offered by Soc. Psy., Sociology, Org. Studies, and MTO (6) Very satisfied with the program. 5
  • 6. Program Year 1 http://www.tilburguniversity.edu/education/masters-programmes/social-and-behavioural-sciences/programme 6
  • 7. Program Year 2 http://www.tilburguniversity.edu/education/masters-programmes/social-and-behavioural-sciences/programme
  • 8. Admission http://www.tilburguniversity.edu/education/masters-programmes/social-and-behavioural-sciences/admission • A Bachelor’s degree in a relevant discipline Bachelors in one of the social or behavioral sciences (e.g., psychology, sociology, organizations studies, human resource studies). Board evaluates other disciplines • Sufficient background in research methodology and statistics Minimum: Intro statistics, regression, ANOVA, factor analysis, research methodology. (Possibly summer course required) • Average score of 7.5 (2nd +3rd Bachelor year) Deadline July 1, 2014. If you are unsure of your average grade. Apply: conditional acceptance. • Sufficient knowledge of English Institutional TOEFL for Tilburg students (approx. June 2014): • Strongly motivated Send a paper (e.g., bachelor’s thesis), reference letters, and motivation letter 8
  • 9. Career opportunities 2013 Graduates 2013 Graduates Minor Current position D. Damian (RO) SS (Soc) PhD student University of Cologne M. Keijzers SS (Soc) Junior Consultant at Cmotions R. Van Aert SS (OS) PhD student Tilburg University P. Flore MS PhD student Tilburg University L. Ippel MS PhD student Tilburg University P. Jacobs (DE) MS Predoctoral Fellow, Max Planck Institute, Berlin M. Jacobs SP Front office employee Library, Tilburg University F. Wagemans SP Looking for a research position S. Van Loon SP Junior Researcher Brain Juice K. Pekaar SP Kitesurf instructor M. van der Werf SP Junior Researcher at Nibud Z. Horváth (HU) Research Assistant at Tilburg University 9
  • 10. Important Dates • Now: Mark, Linda and Marino • Year-round: All questions to TSB-international@tilburguniversity.edu (e.g. Copy of slides, practical information, appointment with me, minor coordinator, and or student) • April 1, 2014: Deadline applications for non-EEA applicants, and all applicants applying for an Excellence Scholarship • May 2014: Second information session (speed dating) • June 2014: Institutional TOEFL test • July 1, 2014: Deadline applications for EEA applicants not applying for an Excellence Scholarship. • September 1, 2014: Start program 10

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