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Master of Business Administration

Programme structure

Specialisation tracks

Accounting (B)

The Accounting track is developed for students who want to deepen their understanding of how financial statements are prepared and how they can be used by management as well as external stakeholders of the firm. You will deepen your knowledge of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) (including preparing group financial statements), will learn to properly interpret and assess financial statement information as an external user (aimed at making substantiated economic decisions and/or providing substantiated advice to others, e.g., company valuation, merger and acquisitions, credit quality assessments) and will gain insight into the use of the underlying accounting system as an internal user to motivate organisational members and to control, track and manage costs. The track is science-based and creates awareness for importance of research in the accounting domain. In addition, the track is practice-oriented (e.g., business cases, guest speakers) and focuses on the development of relevant management skills. This track will prepare you for various roles in accounting and finance across a wide range of industries and sectors, incl. consulting and banking.

Track courses

Track module (18 credits)

  • IFRS and Group Accounting
  • Management Control and Cost Management
  • Advanced Financial Statement Analysis

Electives (12 credits) for Accounting students

Accounting students can choose from the broadening education electives.


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