The minor Treasury Management focuses on the treasurers’ function within larger SME’s, corporates and non-profit organizations. It provides real life insights for Finance & Control students or can be chosen as an add-on by students in business (economics) and control.
The programme is organised and delivered in cooperation with organisations and companies like DACT (Dutch Association of Corporate Treasurers), and (just to mention a few) Wolters Kluwer, Booking.com, Tesla, Shell, and consultants like Enigma and ICC.
What do you need to enter this programme? And what can you expect when you apply? In this section you'll find all you need to know!
The minor Treasury Management is the only one in its field in the Netherlands and has been taught at HU (in Dutch) for 6 years already.
During the programme companies, such as DACT and Booking.com, provide real life assignments which you have to present at the end of the minor to representatives of these companies. Also, a treasury head-hunter will provide a guest lecture.
You will learn about treasury tools, treasury organisation and engage in hands-on problem solving of treasury issues and will apply advising skills in complex financial environments.
The programme takes place during one semester and contains the following courses:
|Course unit code||Course unit title||ECTS|
|ME-CASHCMEN-20||Cash and Credit Management||5|
||Accounting & Tax||5|
||Insurance & Pensions||5|
||FX and Interest Rate Risk Management||5|
||Real-life Consultancy Assignment||5|
Please note that the programme reflects a (logical) bundle of courses/subjects and should normally be followed as such. By choosing this package you will have to participate in ALL the courses included. It is not possible to combine (two or more) programmes in one single period.
In our course guide you can find all relevant information about the programme in one practical document. Download it here for your convenience.
Download the module guides for specific information regarding each course individually.
When applying for this programme, you are expected to have two years of business education at bachelor level with specialisation in business economics, finance or banking.
English CEFR level B2.
Please note: If your English language ability proves to be insufficient to participate actively in (parts of) the courses you have chosen, we cannot be bound to the Learning Agreement, neither can we guarantee to offer you the required amount of Study load (EC’s). Teachers might request you to take a diagnostic test at the start of the course to check if your English language ability is sufficient to successfully participate in that specific course. In all cases it is up to the programme manager, to decide if your English language ability is sufficient to be eligible for the programme/course.
The intended learning outcomes are:
- Understanding the intricacies of (strategic) financial decisions;
- Analysing financial treasury information of companies;
- Preparing financial advices on forecasts, M&A investments, capital structure;
- Applying investor relations, behavioural finance and fin-tech.
When you move to a different country to study, there are lots of things to arrange. For instance, where will you live, how much are the costs? Visit our practical information page to help you prepare your stay. It is also important to start arranging a living space as soon as possible. Our housing pages will help you on your way. A student living in the Netherlands needs about € 800 - 1000 a month to cover living expenses, such as housing, food and transportation. This includes insurances – health insurance is mandatory.
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