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Master of Science - Accounting and Auditing Profile

A Master’s degree in Finance and Accounting with a profile in Accounting and Auditing is a graduate-level program that prepares students for careers in accounting and auditing, as well as related fields such as financial management, taxation, and consulting. This program provides students with advanced knowledge and skills in accounting and auditing, which are essential for success in today’s complex business environment.


The curriculum of Finance and Accounting with a profile in Accounting and Auditing Master’s degree program includes courses in financial accounting, managerial accounting, auditing, taxation, and accounting information systems. Students also have the opportunity to specialize in areas such as forensic accounting, international accounting, or accounting analytics. In addition to classroom learning, students in this program are typically required to complete a capstone project or internship, which provides hands-on experience in accounting and auditing. This practical experience is essential for preparing students for the real-world challenges of the accounting profession.


Upon completion of a Master’s degree in Accounting and Auditing, graduates are prepared for a wide range of career opportunities, including positions in public accounting, corporate accounting, government accounting, and consulting. They may also choose to pursue careers in related fields such as financial management, investment analysis, or risk management.


Overall, a Master’s degree in Accounting and Auditing provides students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in the accounting profession, and prepares them for a rewarding career in a growing and dynamic field.

Target Skills

  • Understand the underlying drivers involved in the integration of financial decisions in the company’s strategies.
  • Know how to assess the risks and the resources involved in a project.
  • Master the budgetary and technical audit processes.
  • Know and apply accounting and finance theory.
  • Explain and apply international accounting standards.
  • Critically evaluate financial statement information.
  • Evaluate and compare different investments.
  • Identify and define pertinent research questions.
  • Analyze and solve valuation and investment problems.
  • Work with large volumes of numerical data.
  • Solve research problems / questions.
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  • Work effectively with others, capitalizing on their different thinking, experience and skills.
  • Identify and evaluate social, cultural, global, ethical and environmental responsibilities and issues.
  • Demonstrate skills in time management.

Program Outline

Course name
15 weeks

Career Opportunities

  • Certified Public Accountant

  • Audit Manager

  • Financial Analyst

  • Tax Manager

  • Internal Auditor

  • Compliance Manager

  • Controller

  • Financial Manager

  • Risk Management Analyst

  • Financial Advisor

  • Business Consultant

  • Budget Analyst

  • Forensic Accountant

  • Information Technology (IT) Auditor

  • Investment Manager

  • Accounting Lecturer

Tuition Fees

3000 EURO

Admission Requirements

Bachelor's Degree

Application Deadline:

Applications have been closed!