Accountancy and Control
What can you expect to achieve once you have completed your Master’s in Accountancy and Control? This programme Is highly successful, and the ideal launch pad for your career in the financial sector. It will also introduce you to a wide and international network of alumni. And with our thriving English-taught PhD programme, excellent opportunities abound if you were to aim for your doctoral studies following your Master’s.
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In the Master’s programme in Accountancy & Control, you learn to look at various types of organisations from both a financial and economic perspective. You will acquire valuable knowledge, understanding, professional experience and expertise, resulting in excellent career prospects for accountancy & control graduates. ABS graduates are valued for their independent minds as well as their strong people and presentational skills.
Graduates can be found in a wide variety of business and public organisations and regulatory bodies, including:
- commercial organisations;
- non-profit organisations ;
- financial Markets Authority;
- Dutch Central Bank.
Where do Accountancy and Control graduates work?
Examples of positions currently held by accountancy and control graduates include:
- Senior auditor at KPMG;
- performance manager at Enel;
- finance trainee Benelux at Philips;
- assurance associate at PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers);
- consultant at Roland Berger.
All graduates have access to an extensive alumni network, enabling graduates to connect with fellow alumni in their field of interest and to find new opportunities.