Throughout the programme, you’ll have taken workshops that will help you find your ideal role, write the perfect CV and covering letter, and ace the interview. The university has close connections with the Dutch Central Bank as well as companies in Amsterdam’s Zuidas business district – these are reflected both in the programme itself and in the future job opportunities of its graduates.
What can you do after your Master's degree?
As a specialist in Financial Management, a world of opportunity awaits.
If the non-financial corporate sector is where your heart lies, you can aim for a career as a treasurer, risk manager, controller or financial manager. Major multinationals are always looking for talented graduate trainees, but there are also a host of prospects in local businesses and the SME sector.
Unilever, Heineken, AkzoNobel, and Nike are among the corporate players currently benefitting from the skills and knowledge you have to offer as a Financial Management graduate. On the financial side, there are a wide range of career paths at leading institutions, from national banks and insurance companies to major accounting firms and pension funds. Banker, analyst, portfolio manager, accountant, insurance expert or consultant – the choice is yours.