18 July 2020
Managerial Accounting: Information in Business Decision-Making
The course will introduce students to the complete overview of insights that can be gained from accounting information. The course is intended to review the management accounting concepts and to teach students variety of techniques of using accounting information for key managerial task, i.e. planning, decision making and controlling.
Judit Fortvingler, assistant professor at the Department of Finance and Accounting. Member and qualified tutor of the Hungarian Chamber of Auditors.
BA and MA students, recent graduates
• Understand the link between accounting information and managerial decisions
• Evaluate the management’s information needs from a controlling point of view, applying budgeting, costing, variance analysis and performance evaluation
• Apply relevant techniques of using financial information for planning, decision making, and controlling
• Use costing techniques for different purposes in real life business situations.
EUR 350: Early bird discount and last minute application is available.
The fee includes:
- Tuition fees for the one-week course
- Course materials and equipment
- Academic programs
- Welcome reception
The course fee does not include accommodation, transportation or health insurance.
EUR 280: Early bird fee until 30 April.