Isabella Knoef

We, as accounting students, are regularly invited to attend workshops and in-house days at audit firms with the aim of improving our own (soft) skills. It is a fun way to get to know possible future employers and fellow students!
Isabella Knoef
Student MSc Accounting, Auditing and Control

While in my final year of the International Bachelor in Economics and Business Economics (IBEB), I had to make a choice which master study I wanted to subscribe for. Because of the introductory accounting courses given during the bachelor, my interest was drawn to accounting and after consulting others and the university website, I had made my decision and enrolled in the master Accounting Auditing and Control, choosing the Auditing track.

The master requires you to keep track of your studies from the first week onwards and be on top of your game every lecture. You are challenged to study hard, but because the group is composed of students that share the same interest, the work seems more fun which makes it much more doable. The courses vary a lot from research to theoretical or practical course, keeping your studies dynamic and interesting!

We, as accounting students, are regularly invited to attend workshops and in-house days at audit firms with the aim of improving our own (soft) skills. It is a fun way to get to know possible future employers and fellow students!