There is no tuition fee for Danish students, Nordic students, and students from the EU/EEA countries. Also, students with a permanent residence permit in Denmark or with a temporary residence permit with the possibility of obtaining a permanent residence permit in Denmark pay no tuition fee.
All other students must pay full tuition fee. See the tuition fees here >>
The tuition fee is to be paid in equal instalments prior to each semester. Failure to pay the first instalment will result in annulment of the application. Failure to pay other instalments prior to semester start may result in expulsion from the academy. In both circumstances the immigration service will be informed which may have implications on visas.
Tuition fees only cover tuition expenses, not living expenses like accommodation, food and leisure.
Scholarships and grantsIf you are an international student, you can – in a few cases – apply for scholarships to fund all or part of your programme at the Business Academy. All students can apply for scholarships to fund studies or internships abroad.
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All students are to pay all costs concerning books, field trips and trips abroad themselves.
All international students must pay a materials fee of € 150 prior to admission. The compulsory materials fee covers expenses such as prints, handouts, student card, introduction arrangement on the first semester, ect.
Living expenses in Denmark are quite high – see an example of a student budget. We strongly recommend that the student has enough money to cover his/her living expenses for the first 6 months.
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