Students from our Master of Accounting (MAcc) program headed to the Netherlands for a ten-day study tour this past December. Home base for the trip was the campus of Nyenrode Business University, the alma mater of none other than the Lundquist College's Dean Kees de Kluyver, who kicked off the students' visit with an overview of Nyenrode history and a talk on corporate governance. The week's theme was "From Theory to Practice," and each day focused on a different topic: auditors, enforcement, investor relations, sustainability reporting, and governance. For participants, this was a remarkable opportunity to get an insider's look at Dutch and international corporations, meet high-level European executives, and learn how accounting is practiced in a different part of the world. Though their days were rigorous, the students still managed to squeeze in some sightseeing. Highlights included a climb up the 112-meter tall Dom Tower, a canal-tour of Utrecht, and a "walking dinner" in Amsterdam--a three-course meal in which each course was served in a different restaurant. Read about all these adventures on the new MAcc blog.