Master in Finance and Accounting fulltime

One-year master in English, starts in September and February

The Master in Finance and Accounting will enable you to build the knowledge and analytical skills needed to design and implement the management systems used to plan and control a firm's performance.

The goal of any enterprise is to create value for its stakeholders. Making the right financial decisions is essential for organisations to achieve the best possible results and to avoid unnecessary risks. The Master in Finance and Accounting enables you to build the knowledge and analytical skills you need to become a specialist in financial decision making aimed at steering organisations to success.

During this one-year Master in Finance and Accounting you will learn how to collect and open up all relevant financial information that a business needs to succeed, how to communicate with your stakeholders and how to take the lead in the process. You will be taught how to improve a business’s ability to withstand extreme or unforeseen events, allowing it to take advantage and respond confidently to unfolding opportunities. Finally, you will gain the skills to connect organisations, their data, people and processes.

This programme is part of Hogeschool Rotterdam Business School.

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Master in Finance and Accounting fulltime

    Programme structure

    A view of the study programme

    Three pillars

    Finance and accounting professionals play an increasingly active role in modern businesses. Managerial decision making depends on professionals with a Financial background, who take into account behavioural aspects, describe and analyse problems of choice and provide the background and tools for razor-sharp analysis.

    A degree in Finance and Accounting puts you right at the heart of industrial change, where you will be able to fully utilise your analytical skills.

    Programme structure

    Hogeschool Rotterdam Business School's Master programmes are built on three pillars:

    • Education consists of core, specialisation and elective modules. You can to a large extent determine your own course while developing all the necessary knowledge, skills and competencies of a professional in international business.
    • Research is the focus of the final stage of our programmes. You will complete your studies with a thesis research project, which can revolve around a theoretical subject or a project executed for an existing organisation.
    • Personal development is encouraged through a system that invites you to set your own particular study goals - and continually test those choices.

    Curriculum

    The curriculum of the Master programme consists of general modules, specialisation modules and a cycle of guest lectures. This design was adopted to create the combination of knowledge, skills and competencies that all professionals in the business field must have.

    The first three blocks of the study programme start with a combination of general modules and specialisation modules. The general modules, which focus on management and research, provide the solid foundation of the Master Degree. The general modules are: Critical Thinking & Research Methodology, International Project, Personal Development, and managing Corporate Sustainability. The cycle of guest lectures is entitled "Global Business in Transition". The specialisation modules are: Financial Reporting and Analysis, Accounting for Strategic Decision Making, Operational Financial Management, Corporate Valuation, Management Control and Performance Measurement Systems, Financial Decision Making, Economics, Risk Management, International Financial Management.

    Subjects

    An indication of the subjects you can expect

    After your study programme

    Different possibilities

    After your graduation

    Congratulations! You just finished your Master in Finance and Accounting and will receive the title Master of Science (MSc).

    With your degree, you will receive a supplement, a DS-label. With this English document, you can show the value of your degree abroad when applying for other study programmes or when applying for a job.

    Profession

    Graduates of the Master in Finance and Accounting perform successfully in such fields as:

    • translating external developments into internal business procedures
    • providing support for decisions on critical financial issues
    • analysing the financial performance of an organisation as a whole as well as business units
    • implementing up-to-date costing systems and allocating decision rights
    • developing conceptual frameworks for providing accounting information to investors and creditors.

    Financial director

    As a financial director you will be primarily responsible for managing the financial risks of an organisation. You may also have responsibilities for the analysis of data, financial planning and record-keeping, as well as financial reporting to higher management.

     

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