Master's Programme in Accounting
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Master's Programme in Accounting is organized by the School of Business.
Accounting is at the heart of every business and a critical part of planning and decision-making for sustainable business. Reliable and relevant information – for financial, management, and sustainability accounting purposes – is increasingly important as decision-makers often become overwhelmed by masses of data, dubious sources of knowledge and misleading pieces of information. Our programme prepares students for producing, analyzing, interpreting, and communicating financial, non-financial and sustainability-related information to control and manage organizations operating in the modern highly digitalized environment.
Apply for seed funding to create collaborative activities with students in Unite! universitiesThe Unite! Seed Fund is intended for promoting collaboration and exchange in student activities within the Unite! universities. Apply by 15 May, 2023.
Free online course "Using CSC computing environment efficiently" 12.–14.4.2023Registration 29 March at the latest.
An inspection of the study environment of Aalto university's campusAll students are invited to answer the anonymous well-being survey from March 27 to April 11.
Napping pods to the campus - suggest the places for themNapping pods will be installed on the campus during spring-summer 2023.
Solve the SDGs 2023A hackathon on two continents for one purpose: building a better tomorrow. Apply by Friday 17.3. to join!
Accounting, Master of Science (Economics and Business Administration)
The Master’s Programme in Accounting prepares students for producing and using financial and non-financial information to control and manage companies. Accounting, whether financial accounting or management accounting, is at the heart of every business and a critical part of planning and decision-making in companies. Accounting graduates possess invaluable and highly universal know-how for succeeding in different organisations across all industries and continents.