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Business & Economics

Accounting & Finance

BSc Finance & Control (International)

4 years

€2143 pa

Programme profile


In the modern business world, national borders are becoming less and less distinct and money flows are becoming increasingly international. To be competitive in the global environment, it is important for organisations to organise, implement and monitor their activities. The information arising from it is crucial for correct managerial decision making. This asks for specialists in the field of international finance and control. This programme has been developed to cater to the need for these specialists.

The programme trains you to become a financial professional who understands that a specific approach is needed in every country.

For example, your employer wants to set up a production facility in Taiwan. It is your task to calculate future revenues, production costs and the net present value of the project.
Or, your company wants to take over one of its competitors and it's your task to research their financial information to determine the value of this company.

As an international financial specialist, you know how to create profitability, take investment decisions, apply risk management and present a business or export plan.

Programme content


Foundation phase
In the first year, you acquire the basic knowledge needed for the main course. The year consists of 4 blocks: Business Organisation, Business Environment, Investment Analysis and Accounting Information Systems. Subjects are centered around economics, finance, statistics and accounting. The programme manages a balance between self-study and group work.

Advanced phase
In the second year, you gain in-depth knowledge of finance and control. The study blocks are Process Control, Logistics Analysis, International Risk and External Accountability. In year three, you do a work placement and take subjects like financial control, management accounting and management control. In the last year, you study a minor of your choice or do an exchange semester. The final semester is your graduation internship at an international company in the Netherlands or abroad.

Progression


The university doesn't currently offer a related Masters programme, taught through English.

Entry Requirements


2 A-Levels and 4 GCSEs or relevant BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma. Subjects to include Economics or Business

Six subjects at Leaving Certificate including at least two 2 at H4. Subjects to include Maths and Economics or Business

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