Further education

Read about your options for further education when graduating the Financial Management programme

BA Degree programme in Financial Management and Service

You may continue on the Financial Management and Service programme as described below. However, you should be aware that the Financial Management and Service programme is Danish-taught only and you must be able to follow lectures in Danish.

Transfer credit for the BA Degree programme in Financial Management and Service

With an AP Degree in Financial Management, you may start on the internship on the 5th semester of the Financial Management and Service BA Degree programme. However, before doing so, you must have participated in elective round A and passed the tests pertaining to it.

If you have 6 to 12 months of work experience in a relevant sector in addition to your AP Degree in Financial Management, you may start on the 6th semester of the BA Degree programme of Financial Management and Service.

In this case, you must have studied the electives of elective round A and passed a special internal examination before the end of the 6th semester.

Several electives

The BA Degree programme of Financial Management and Service is characterised by several electives:

Electives A and B concern the following specialisations:

  • Financial activities – financial institutions and mortgage banks 
  • Insurance & Pensions 
  • Real estate agent 
  • Property management 
  • Accounting/ financial control

The cost for an elective in Elective round A is DKK 5.000 (500 DKK per ECTS credit).

Registration

Please contact the secretary of the programme concerning the registration form, payment and deadline for signing up. 

With an internship agreement on hand and after having passed Elective Round A, you will be able to start on the 5th semester of the Bachelor Degree programme in Financial Management and Service where you will be starting on an internship right away.

Learn more about the Financial Management and Service Bachelor Degree programme (Finansbachelor). Should you have questions please get in touch with the Programme Director.

Other possibilities of further education

International Hospitality Management
If you have an AP Degree in Financial Management you can apply for enrolment on the International Hospitality Management programme at UCN. The AP Degree in Financial Management does not make you eligible for admission, but you will be invited for an interview where your motivation and preconditions for studying on this particular programme will be identified.

Full-time Bachelor Degree in Economics and Business Administration
A full-time Bachelor Degree in Economics and Business Administration in one year or three semesters.

Transfer credit programme

For graduated students of Financial Management for the BSc programme in Economics and Business Administration

Take a Bachelor Degree

UCN and Aalborg University have made a credit transfer agreement for graduated students of to continue on the Bachelor Degree programme in Economics and Business Administration. This agreement means that students with an AP Degree in Financial Management can obtain a BSc Degree in Economics and Business Administration by following the below mentioned programme:

  • A separate project programme according to the first year of study on the Economics and Business Administration programme – 14 ECTS 
  • Methodology – 5 ECTS 
  • External accounts – 5 ECTS 
  • Advanced financial management and informatics – 10 ECTS 
  • Financial analysis – 5 ECTS 
  • Industry analysis and organisation development - 5 ECTS 
  • Company project assignment – 15 ECTS 
  • Elective 1 and elective 2 – each 5 ECTS 
  • Bachelor project – 20 ECTS

Choose between two courses of studies

Aalborg University offers you two different courses of studies related to transferring to the Economics and Business Administration programme. The above modules may be followed over a period of 3 semesters starting in either February or September.

On study start in September, the above modules can also be assigned to a single calendar year which means that a graduated student of Financial Management can obtain a BSc in Economics and Business Administration in a single year.

Part-time
A part-time further adult education programme.

Credit Transfer Agreement between UCN and Aalborg University.

International opportunities

With a completed AP Degree you are able to enter the labour market directly after graduating, but you also have the opportunity to go abroad and top up with a Bachelor’s degree. Depending on your choice of Bachelor’s degree as well as the specific country in which you want to study, this will take between 1 and 2 years.

The foreign university typically requires information about the courses you have completed as well as the comprehensiveness of these courses. Furthermore, they will require information about your grades and a reference to the curriculum for your specific study programme. This information can be found on the webpage of your study programme.

UCN has decided not to establish specific cooperation agreements with foreign universities regarding top-up study programmes due to the fact that we have experienced that our students request individualised solutions. Therefore, you have to explore your opportunities yourself.

If you feel confused by all of this information, it might be beneficial to address an organisation which help organise stays abroad; mainly in Australia, USA, Hong Kong, England, Canada, Hawaii etc.

These organisations will typically be one of the following:

If you have any other requests, the international office will be able to help you establish contact and provide you with guidance and direction - free of charge – when you have found the foreign university you are interested in applying for. Please contact us by the e-mail: international@ucn.dk

English level

If you want to apply for further education after UCN, please check out the English level/tests which the university you want to apply to do require from the applicants. It can differ from the tests and minimum score which UCN require.

Contact

International Office
Sara Møller Nielsen
Student Advisor

+45 72 69 14 30
smn@ucn.dk

Available by appointment

Entry Requirements - Danish B and C Level

Specific requirements and selection criteria

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