This postgraduate program is unique in (international) treasury management education, by not just focusing on knowledge at Masters level, but also by providing hands-on insights in professional practice of Treasury Management & Corporate Finance. Therefore the program is organized by a series of “Master classes” with distinguished (guest) lecturers. The curriculum is designed to meet the current requirements for treasury and corporate finance professionals.
The curriculum consists of 3 semester modules covering three distinguishable subdisciplines in Treasury Management and Corporate Finance.
- Corporate Financial Risk Management
- Cash and Treasury Operations
- Corporate Finance & Valuation
An outline of the semester modules is given below.
Each semester module consists of approximately 18 lecture days. During 18 weeks (5 months) lectures will take place in between 15:30 and 20:00 on Thursday (including halfway a dinner).
The study load is about 225 hours per semester module: 18 weeks with 4-hour lectures per week and approximately 8 hours of self-study per week.
In order to make the study process for students manageable and feasible, each semester module itself is split in 3 – 4 submodules. This gives a clear overview and organization of the semester module. At the end of each submodule your acquired knowledge and insights will be tested by an exam and/or case exam. The organization of the semester module allows for sufficient preparation time for assignments and exams.
For RT registration all 3 semester modules need to be successfully completed. In addition two paper assignments need to be completed in the second and third semester module. Topics for these papers can be chosen by interest and match with the curriculum. Acquired knowledge can be applied directly to your organization.
The program is taught at Master’s degree level and includes interactive sessions with various academic and professional experts in the field of treasury management and corporate finance.