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Tio Business School Eindhoven

Eindhoven leads the way in the fields of technology and design, which is why it is also called the knowledge city of the Netherlands. The Tio campus in the centre of city is just eight minutes on foot away from the Central Station.
In Eindhoven, you can attend a bachelor’s and/or master's degree in the fields of business, hotel management, event management, tourism and marketing.

  • Student society Cognatio

    The national student society Cognatio is the student society of Tio. CognatioWith more than 500 members across six Tio campuses, Cognatio is a great society that offers you the opportunity to make new friends for life and expand a good network. Together with Cognatio, you can make the most of your student days.

    Cognatio is a student society that does not believe in initiations. Its motto is therefore “No obligations, always a good time”. Throughout the year, Cognatio hosts a variety of activities, including drinks, parties and excursions. Cognatio’s Big Six consist of the introduction in the Ardennes, a beach party, the annual gala, the winter sports trip, the Destination Unknown pub crawl, and the end of the year party.

    You can find out more about Cognatio during one of Tio’s open days.

Bachelor’s degrees at Tio Eindhoven

This second-smallest Tio campus is found on the Begijnenhof, right next to Stratumseind, a famous street filled with great places to go out. Tio Eindhoven is particularly popular among students from Brabant, Limburg and Belgium. This melting pot creates an excellent atmosphere at this campus.

The campus in Eindhoven offers the bachelor programme International Business Management in English. The other bachelor programmes and vocational programmes are offered in Dutch.

International Business Management
Dutch programmes at Tio Eindhoven
"I founded Cognatio to unite students from the different courses and to help them to establish a network."
Christiaan Thomassen | Founder Cognatio

Most innovative city in the world

A study conducted by OESO reveals that Eindhoven is by far the most innovative city in the world. No other city boasts a higher average number of patent applications per capita than Eindhoven. Every year, 22.6 patents applications are submitted for every 10,000 inhabitants. To compare: San Diego in the USA is in second place with 9.0 patents. 

Eindhoven is a leading knowledge city. Multinationals such as ASML, Philips and VDL play an important role in this. This is a fantastic environment from which to launch your professional career.

Meet the team of Tio Eindhoven

“Tio Eindhoven is a small-scale campus. We know everyone by name. That makes studying here fun, cosy and personal.”
Nicole Faasse | Campus Manager
"Would you like to join one of our students for a day? I would be happy to set that up for you!"
Elke Goosen | Assistant Campus Manager
"The campus is brimming with that typical Brabant atmosphere!"
Carlos Enrique Theunissen | Assistant Campus Manager
"Questions about study progress or internship, my door is always open. Feel free to come in!"
Debbie Wolfs | Study coach

Photo album Tio Eindhoven


Discover the student city of Eindhoven

Eindhoven is a real student city and home to all the finer pleasures in life. Eindhoven is the place to be if you want to enjoy life and Burgundian hospitality. If you are a lover of culture, Eindhoven also has plenty to offer. Take, for example, the Van Abbemuseum, a leading museum of modern art.

Finding a room in Eindhoven

If you want to find a room in Eindhoven, take a look at the following tips.

Use your network

Make use of your networks on social media, such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, to announce your search for a room. Talk to family, friends and acquaintances. Send all your WhatsApp and Snapchat contacts a message. You can also go the traditional route and place an ad in door-to-door publications or regional newspapers (although these options are not free). Lastly, you can visit your Tio campus, where you will find information about finding a room posted on the magnetic boards.

Checklist for students living on their own

Besides finding a room, there are some other important things to take care of when you want to live on your own. Think of, for example, taking out household insurance and arranging an internet connection. Prizewize has drawn up a checklist for students living on their own (Dutch students only). This can act as a guideline, so you do not overlook anything important. 

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Videos Tio Eindhoven

  • This is Tio Eindhoven
    This is Tio Eindhoven
  • Student society Cognatio at Tio University
    Student society Cognatio at Tio University
  • Campus tour Tio Eindhoven
    Campus tour Tio Eindhoven