Since the summer of 2008, the Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TiSEM) has its own study association: Asset. In total Asset has around 6000 members that are divided amongst seven departments, which can be found here. Each Asset department organizes activities for specific groups of students with a particular field of study and interests.
The goal of Asset is to provide services and activities for its members to enhance their studies at Tilburg University. These services and activities represent the pillars on which Asset is based:
Asset organizes several study supporting activities that are indispensable for students at the Tilburg School of Economics and Management. These include, but are not limited to: cases, guidelines and a 20% discount on your study books.
Asset offers students the possibility to get in touch with potential future employers. Every year Asset organizes the Economic Business weeks Tilburg, the Asset In-house Days and The Consultancy Experience.
To get insight in the real (economic) world, Asset organizes the Asset Conference, the Interfaculty Symposium and several Food for Thought sessions. Speakers that have made extraordinary contributions to the economic sciences are honored with the Tjalling C. Koopmans Asset Award.
Asset organizes several informal and social activities such as the COdE cantus, the pre-carnavalsparty and the Asset gala. This is a great way to get in touch with people from all the the departments.
Next to these four pillars, Asset will take care of the so-called study-exceeding activities. Study-exceeding activities are organized for all TiSEM students and are not aimed at a specific field of study. Furthermore, Asset is the spokesperson to the university on behalf of all associations involved.
All of the activities mentioned above are organized by our active members. Asset offers you the possibility to enhance your organizational, planning and team working skills by engaging in active membership. Do you want to improve your student-life and become an active member, click here!