The Programme

The programme is divided into seven semesters. The first three semesters are compulsory for all students. During the three semesters, you will study the basic subjects that are important to everybody working with complex advisory tasks in the financial sector, including business economics, counselling and ethics, economics, communication and sales. The last four semesters consists of an industry specialisation, an internship period and a Bachelor's project. 

Teaching at this programme takes place as lectures, classroom instruction, presentations, cases and projects and company visits.

1st semester2nd semester3rd semester 4th semester 
Business understanding and products 
(5 ECTS) 

Communication 
(5 ECTS) 

Business economics 
(10 ECTS) 

Business and finance law 
(5 ECTS) 

Scientific method and philosophy of science 
(5 ECTS)
Selling 1 - private customers 
(5 ECTS) 

Business economics 
(5 ECTS) 

Personal finance advising and ethics 
(10 ECTS)

Macroeconomics 
(5 ECTS) 

Business and finance law 
(5 ECTS)
Cultural understanding -financial markets 
(5 ECTS) 

Organisation 
(5 ECTS) 

Marketing 
(5 ECTS) 

Macroeconomics 
(5 ECTS) 

International capital markets 
(5 ECTS) 

Statistics 
(5 ECTS) 

Project management 
(5 ECTS)


Selling 2 
- negotiating 
(5 ECTS)


Corporate 
financial planning
(5 ECTS)


Business taxation 
(5 ECTS)


Accounting
(10 ECTS)

 

5th semester6th semester7th semester 
Internship 
(30 ECTS)
Project Management
(5 ECTS)


Financing and 
financial risk 
management 
(5 ECTS)


Accounting
(15 ECTS)


Elective module
(5 ECTS)

Elective module 
(5 ECTS)


Elective module
(5 ECTS)


Bachelor’s project 
(20 ECTS)

An International Education

The Financial Management and Services programme also contains a compulsory international module, which can be completed as a study stay abroad or as a course in Denmark. 

The industry specialisation part

The industry specialisation part consists of two subject periods, where you specialise in accountancy. The industry specialisation part is organised so that the subject placed in the 4th semester will serve as preparation for the internship period during the 5th semester. The subject placed in the 6th semester is intended to serve as a follow-up and competency development after the internship period. In this way, you will make the most of both the subjects and the internship. 

Internship

The 5th semester of the programme is set aside for a 5-month internship in a company. Most likely you will spend this time abroad in the line of business you have chosen for your specialisation. Please note that it is your own responsibility to find a company. The programme is concluded by a bachelor thesis based on a business issue within the industry of your particular specialisation. The thesis will typically be prepared in collaboration with a company.