As an employee in the Danish financial sector, you can apply for funding for several courses at the Master of Business Development through Finanskompetencepuljen (the Finance Competency Fund). You can apply for funding for up to three courses per year, though with a limit of 15 ECTS credits each year.
You can apply for funding for the following MBD courses:
- Big Data and Analytics (6 ECTS)
- Corporate Governance, Sustainability and Ethics (6 ECTS)
- Developing Digital Business (5 ECTS)
- Digitalization of Finance (6 ECTS)
- Managing Open Innovation (5 ECTS)
- Organizing for Digitalization (3 ECTS)
- Blockchain for Digital Transformation (3 ECTS)
- Risk Management and Compliance (6 ECTS)
You may apply for funding via Finanskompetencepuljen’s website. If they approve your application, you’ll automatically receive a mail from us where you can begin the admission process. Please note that the prerequisites for obtaining funds are stated on Finanskompetencepuljen’s website. We recommend that you familiarize yourself with their website before applying.
As an employee in the financial sector, you also have the opportunity to specialize yourself in finance within Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance. The specialization consists of three courses, which can either be taken together or individually. You can also branch out and choose other courses at MBD – it’s entirely up to you and your interests.
Within this specialization you will be joined by other peers with common interests and you will be sharing your practical experiences and learn from each other as well as the course lecturers.
Read more about a specialization in the financial sector here.
If you are interested in the education, please send us an mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on telephone 3815 3060.