Netherlands, Utrecht (Breukelen, Nyenrode Campus)

Financial Management for Non-Financials

when 22 July 2013 - 26 July 2013
duration 1 week
credits 2 EC
fee EUR 875

Pleased to meet you! Let this Summer Course introduce you to the fundamentals of Finance and Accounting. When acquainted, we will add both Strategy and Marketing to your perspective. A delightful learning experience that will, in only one week, lead to in-depth knowledge on the management of your company, from a financial point of view.

The Summer Course will introduce management accounting concepts and objectives, provide students with the opportunity to understand the relationship between cost tracking and performance measurement, and give students practice at management accounting problem identification, analysis and solution.

Topics include product costing systems, budgetary planning and control, relevant costs for various decision situations, the relationship between financial statements, cash management, risk & return.

Course leader

Cees Koomen & Herman van der Meulen

Target group

This course aims at individuals wanting to start with a Deep-Dive in finance. Your background is not financial nor have you studied it primarily in the past. Age is not relevant, enthusiasm and drive is. Use this Summer Course as an extention on your current studies or apply it immediately to the practice where you are working in.

Course aim

The basic framework of Finance and the financial performance of marketing will be discussed from a theoretical perspective in relation to practical assignments and cases.

The major objective of this course is to develop knowledge and techniques how to make better decisions as a manager with financial information. The students will be prepared how to use finance as a managerial tool for business strategy and implementation.

Credits info

2 EC
Certificate of Attendance

Fee info

EUR 875: Course + course materials + housing + mealplan

EUR 600: Course + course materials + lunch


Utrecht Summer School doesn't offer scholarships for this course.

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