During the Master's programme in Accountancy and Control, you will learn to analyse, interpret and research the flows of financial information within and across organisations.
The Accountancy track is designed for students of Business Economics with a general and analytical interest in financial information flows between and within organisations and, more specifically, in providing information services to senior managers and other stakeholders. This track combines academic rigour with practical examples and applications, and provides admission to the post-Master Accountancy (PMA) programme (Dutch taught), leading to qualification as a chartered accountant.
The Amsterdam Business School (ABS) at the UvA specialises in providing students with the broad range of skills, in-depth knowledge and international expertise they will need in the business world and the public sector. One of the five research programmes is dedicated to Accounting, and students in the MSc in Accountancy & Control benefit from learning in an environment where developments in the field are constantly being explored.
€ 2060 / jaar
Applicants should submit a Curriculum Vitae with their application form.
Assurance (5 EC)
Internal Control and Risk Management (5 EC)
Financial Accounting Research (5 EC)
IFRS 1 (5 EC)
IFRS 2 (5 EC)
Accounting Information Systems (5 EC)
Management Control (5 EC)
Research Seminar Accountancy & Control (5 EC)
Sustainability Accountability and Ethics (5 EC)
Master's Thesis (15 EC)
For more information about courses please visit www.coursecatalogue.uva.nl.
In addition to working as accountants, either employed or self-employed, in practice or in the profession, Accountancy graduates find a variety of positions in both commercial and not-for-profit organisations, or are taken on by regulatory bodies like the Financial Markets Authority and De Nederlandsche Bank (Dutch Central Bank).
Tuition fees are adjusted annually. For up-to-date information, please see www.uva.nl/collegegeld (Dutch students) or www.uva.nl/tuition (international students).