Why choose Accountancy?
- After graduation, you have an excellent job prospect at wide variety of business and public organisations, including commercial organisations, non-profit organisations, the Financial Markets Authority and the Dutch Central Bank.
- With this track you will be prepared for a career as Register Accountant (RA). After finishing your MSc, you can continue your studies at the Amsterdam Business School, to become a certified RA.
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Help investors make the right financial decisions
Accounting provides the information necessary to make important financial decisions at a high level. Investors will look at financial reports to see what is going right for the company, compare performances of different companies, and predict future performance. Using this information, investors will decide where to allocate their savings and how to adjust their investment portfolio. In the Accountancy track you will learn how to provide assurance on this information through your audit. You will get oversight to internal issues like fraud as well as staying in compliance with both national and international regulations.
Graduates of the Master's programme in Accountancy and Control/Accountancy track have excellent job prospects for positions as:
- Register Accountant (RA)
- Data analyst
Is the Master's in Accountancy and Control for you?
Working in the field accountancy and control is about much more than crunching numbers. In today's world you will often be part of a team, requiring you to co-operate and communicate with other people. You need analysing- and problem-solving skills to interpret financial figures, a broad insight in the organisation’s processes, a 'feel for the business' and a commercial mind.
Explore all MSc Accountancy and Control tracks
Accountancy is one of the tracks you can opt for in our Master's in Accountancy and Control.