Would you like to learn how organisations work? Do you want to know how they make the right investment decisions and how management and staff can be motivated to create as much value for the company as possible? The one-year Master's programme in Business Economics teaches you how to make the right organisational and financial decisions for organisations. It is a specialised programme for students who have a background in business economics and want to focus on organisational and financing issues, using a quantitative and analytical approach. Studying Business Economics at the University of Amsterdam
The Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) specialises in providing students with the broad range of skills, in-depth knowledge and international expertise that they will need in the business world and public sector alike. Students in the MSc in Business Economics will benefit greatly from studying in a faculty with major strengths both in Business Studies and in Economics and Econometrics. In particular, the content of the MSc programme reflects the Finance Group at the Amsterdam Business School (ABS), one of the top ten research-oriented finance departments in Europe. The ABS's researchers are international experts and it has a thriving English-taught PhD programme, providing excellent opportunities for students who wish to go on to doctoral studies following their MSc.
Applicants are expected to hold an Academic Bachelor or Master degree in Business Economics, with a specialisation in Finance, Organisation Economics, Real Estate Finance or relevant field.
Recipient: University of Amsterdam
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