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Applicants from another Dutch faculty/university

Accountancy and Control

Please read all requirements carefully. In the online application you will be asked to upload proof of all mentioned requirements.

1. Academic Bachelor's degree

  • All students holding a Bachelor's and/or Master's degree in Business Economics, (Fiscal) Economics or Business Administration are eligible to apply for admission to the Master's programme. A specialization in Accountancy and/or Control will generally lead to direct admission. Students with a different Bachelor’s degree or specialization will need to have completed the following coursework:

    - Financial accounting (intermediate level)

    - Management accounting (intermediate level)

    - Finance (introductory level)

    - Quantitative research methods (intermediate level)

  • Certain Bachelor's programmes normally lead to direct admission.
  • For students holding a Dutch university Bachelor's degree that does not give direct admission to the MSc Accountancy & Control an individual advice for extra courses (Dutch-taught) will be established. For all relevant information see the header:' Pre-Master's Programme (in Dutch)'.

2. Motivation and initiative

Applicants are expected to have the intrinsic motivation to test and build upon this knowledge. Coursework is designed in keeping with this expectation and demands significant personal initiative and an active contribution on the part of the student. Applicants are asked to upload a motivation letter in their online application.

Combine work and study

Intensive programmes for both the Accountancy and the Control track are offered for young professionals who hold an HBO degree (HEAO-BE/AA/RA/AC) or a relevant academic BSc degree and wish to combine work and study. These programmes allow working professionals to obtain their Master's degree whilst working 4 days per week in an Accountancy or Control related environment. These part-time intensive programmes are characterised by small group classes scheduled on Fridays, intensive guidance and organisational support so that students can focus entirely on their studies. For further information please refer to the websites below.