Netherlands, Utrecht

It's All About Money: Management Simulation Finance

when 6 August 2012 - 10 August 2012
duration 1 week
credits 2 ECTS
fee EUR 590

Learn to deal with the economical risks and developments companies in Europe face. Face the consequences of your own financial management decisions.

It’s all about money is a financial management game especially designed for those (aspirant) professionals who are interested in financial decision-making processes. In this course you learn how to make sound policy decisions in the field of finance. Focus will be on the interdependency of investment decisions with regard to production, marketing and finance. You learn how to support and test financial policy making by setting up liquidity budgets, operating budgets, capacity planning and cost analyses.

The course has a very practical approach. Participants work in teams in this management game according to rules that are similar to the economical risks and developments companies in Europe face. In a realistic manner participants are faced with the consequences of their own financial management decisions. Alongside the management game classes are offered in which modern theoretical knowledge is discussed to support successful participation.

Course leader

Drs. Inez Meurs

Target group

The programme is especially designed for students with an interest in finance but not a strong financial (study) background. The course has a strong practical focus. Participants must be open to experiencing their own strong and weak points in taking decisions and being responsibility for the implications of those decisions.

Course aim

The aim of this course is to offer participants the opportunity to experience what it means to be responsible for decisions and what these decisions imply for a company in real-life situations.

Credits info

2 ECTS
Certificate of Attendance

Fee info

EUR 590: Course + course materials + housing

Scholarships

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

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