Bachelor - Financial Services Management
- 4 years
- 9,800 EUR/year
- Rolling admission
- Rolling admission
Financial Services Management examines the various branches of banking, including insurance, financial advice, and investment. Mortgages, loans, insurance, pensions, investments, and the stock market are all covered. Different countries' financial systems and rules are depicted, analysed, and compared.
The programme seeks to provide students with a critical and contextualised awareness of the concerns, problems, and solutions faced by and supplied by financial services institutions around the world by blending theoretical viewpoints with case studies from practise. Students will gain an understanding of the role of financial services in a broader economic context, as well as from the perspective of developing countries.
Aside from the core IBA modules, the curriculum focuses on industry-specific topics such as pensions and investments, the legal environment of financial services, financial tax legislation, mortgages, and real estate. The principles of banking and international finance are also examined.
The modules introduce students to the fundamental causes driving change in the banking sector, the financial services marketing environment, important regulatory concepts, and existing worldwide frameworks. Work placement takes place in a bank or financial services company.
Among the key Financial Services modules are:
- Financial Regulations in Europe
- Banking and Finance
- International Loans and Mortgages
- Pensions and Investing
- Personal Protection Insurance
Annual: 9,800 EUR
Requirements for applicants
Entry Requirements - Bachelor Programmes
- High School Diploma or final certificate, equivalent to the Netherlands HAVO or MBO level-4 diploma / UK AS & A-Level or BTEC. Please contact the Admissions Office to receive High School diploma comparisons. Advanced Placement / Credit Transfer Possible - please see Credit Transfer & Accreditation of Prior Learning at WUASfor more information.
English Language Requirements
- IELTS 6 or TOEFL equivalent. Click here for an overview of the equivalent scores.
- TOEFL Code of Wittenborg is 4889.
About the university
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences in Apeldoorn is a young, innovative, and fully approved business school. Wittenborg University was founded in 1987. With over a thousand students and faculty members from over a hundred different countries, this private university of applied sciences and business school in the Netherlands boasts the distinction of being the most cosmopolitan in the country. The Amsterdam campus is an active part of the institution and features a curriculum that emphasizes entrepreneurship.
Wittenborg’s Mission & Vision
The long-term goal of Wittenborg University is to be recognized globally as a leading university of applied sciences known for its international, innovative approach to teaching, research, and service to the (business) community. According to Wittenborg, "Better Yourself, Better Our World" should be everyone's guiding principle.
By providing an environment where internationalization, diversity, and ethics provide the foundation for effective applied, research-informed, global learning, Wittenborg's mission is to make a positive social impact in Apeldoorn and the surrounding region.
Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences is based in Apeldoorn and Amsterdam.
- Wittenborg has over 1200 students from over 100 nationalities in Apeldoorn, and because of its international character, it takes pride in offering all its students quality student housing in its own campus accommodation in the town center and in own-managed student apartments close to the university.
- Business, tourism, and culture surround the Amsterdam Campus. The 100+ Wittenborg business and entrepreneurship students commonly live in Amsterdam and combine their studies with business start-ups. The study is in a modern business building near Schiphol Airport and public transportation.