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MAFinancial Management and Control

Tuition fee €15,200.00 per programme

in case of payment in four instalments: € 15,350

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You have a strong financial background and are familiar with the business world. But you want to go a step further. Enrich your knowledge and give well-founded management advice with self-confidence. The Master in Accounting and Control (MAAC) programme at The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THU) offers you the opportunity to do this. It is a professional master’s degree for ambitious students with a nose for financial, economic and organisational growth. Through a programme based on a strong international awareness, you will be trained for a top international financial position.
Broad and international

With the MAAC programme, you learn everything that a modern Financial Manager needs to know. Besides management accounting, financial management and information management, subjects such as professional ethics, risk management and people management are also included in the programme. It is a broad curriculum, tested in practice and optimally geared towards an international career. The language of instruction is English and your fellow students are multicultural. Thanks to this versatility, you learn to hold your own in a challenging work environment.
More than numbers

The MAAC programme expands the world of earnings, expenditures, loans and investments. Your area of work transcends the financial aspects. Checking, budgeting, analysing and advising come naturally to you. You understand perfectly how business processes work and you are able to translate your knowledge of the market, economy and organisation into a well-founded business strategy. In short, you are the conscience of the company, on whom the management blindly relies. With a MAAC degree, you can develop your career to become the Financial Director of an international company. You can follow this Master’s programme on a full-time or part-time basis.

Apply now! Fall semester 2019/20
Application period has ended
Studies commence
Sep 2, 2019

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States