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Control (MSc Accountancy and Control)

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How can information help organisations reach their goals? This is the core question you will learn how to answer in the Control track. Controlling ensures the integrity of processes, procedures and information systems. It provides timely, meaningful and understandable financial information and analysis. This is one of the tracks you can opt for in our Master's in Accountancy and Control.

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Master's Week: 18-24 Nov
Master's Week: 12 -16 Feb
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Why study Control at the UvA?
Specialise in your field of interest
Excellent career prospects
Full range programme
Top-ranked university
  1. Specialise in your field of interest: Choose from 2 specialisation tracks and challenging electives. 
  2. Excellent career prospects: You will have an excellent job prospect at wide variety of commercial and non-profit organisations, such as the Financial Markets Authority and the Dutch Central Bank.
  3. Full range programme: We offer a pre-Master’s, a Master’s and a post-Master’s programme in the field of Accountancy and Control.
  4. Top-ranked university: The Amsterdam Business School belongs to the 1% of Business Schools in the world to hold the prestigious Triple Crown accreditation. 
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Is Control for you?

  1. Specialising in Controlling hones your skills in designing and implementing effective management control systems. You'll learn to create frameworks that align organisational objectives, monitor performance, and ensure accountability across various business functions.
  2. You will learn analysing- and problem-solving skills to interpret financial figures. You will also gain a broad insight in the organisation’s processes, a 'feel for the business' and a commercial mind.
  3. You aspire a career as Register Controller (RC). After obtaining your MSc degree, you can continue your studies at the Amsterdam Business School, to become a certified RC.
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Degree programme
MSc Accountancy and Control
Regular study programme
60 ECTS, 12 months
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