A smart investment in your future

08/12/2021 Amari Lindroos

Accessible, flexible and affordable education - that's what we're all about. The knowledge you'll gain can be used to increase your income and create additional investment opportunities, in turn ganing more knowledge. The ultimate goal is to help you achieve financial freedom and ensure success for your business ventures.  
For example: the price for the allround Business Management course is 139.00 euro. That includes the entire program: all 1-3 lessons by experienced entrepreneurs, teacher assistance, internship options, the exam and certificate. This home course  like all others - can easily by combined with a full-time job, thanks to the flexible nature of distance learning. We offer our students the best of both worlds - working on an education while maintaining your fixed income. It's the smart way to invest in your future.
By comparison, how much does an average academic year cost? Education costs are split into several categories that adds up to an annual cost of abou $14,000 Euro. Let's do an overview: 

Directly related expenses

This includes all expenses directly related to the course of education itself. Classes, tuition fees, laptops, internships, thesis, fees...it all easily adds up to about 1,500 Euro per year.

Indirect expenses

These are all expenses correlated to logistics surrounding your education. Travel, school bags, lunch, rent, electricity, gas - all that comes out to an additional 4,500 euros per year.

Living costs 

This incldes expenses like food, healthcare etc. -  studies show that the average student spends around 8000 Euro/year on these things.


  • The knowledge to launch your own business ;
  • Ability to prepare your business plan;
  • Drawing up balance sheets and income statements;
  • Understand your firm's finances.

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  • €139


  • Introduction to business
  • Accounting basics
  • Value added tax (VAT);
  • Sales and purchase diaries;
  • Financial journal management;
  • Keeping inventory. Business plans;
  • Drawing up balance sheets and income statements;
  • Marketing your business;
  • Commercial and company law;
  • The social status of the self-employed;
  • Calculating taxes.



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