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Accountancy and Control
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Applicants from another UvA faculty or Dutch university

The 1st step of our application process for students from another UvA faculty or Dutch University is checking the entry requirements of this Master’s. In your online application you will be asked to upload proof of all mentioned requirements.

Entry requirements

The Admissions Office will evaluate your eligibility on the basis of 2 criteria.

  • 1. Your academic Bachelor’s degree

    All students holding a Bachelor's and/or Master's degree in Business Economics, (Fiscal) Economics or Business Administration are eligible to apply for admission to this Master's programme. A specialisation in Accountancy and/or Control will generally lead to direct admission.

    Students with a different Bachelor’s degree or specialisation in Accountancy and/or Control will need to have completed all the following coursework:

    • Financial accounting (intermediate level)
    • Management accounting (intermediate level)
    • Finance (introductory level)
    • Quantitative research methods (intermediate level)

    If you are a student holding a Dutch university Bachelor's degree that does not give direct admission to the MSc Accountancy and Control, we will establish an individual advice for extra courses will be established.

  • 2. Your motivation letter

    The motivation letter (max. one A4)  allows you to explain why you would be a good fit for the Master’s programme and which experiences have led you to this decision. 

Combine work and study

Are you a young professional, holding an HBO degree (HEAO-BE/AA/RA/AC) or a relevant academic BSc degree and do you want to combine work and study? We offer intensive programmes in Dutch for both the Accountancy and the Control track. These programmes allow you as a working professional to obtain your Master's degree whilst working 4 days per week in an Accountancy or Control related environment. The part-time classes are solely taught on Fridays. This way you can combine it with your career.