Facts about Business Academy Aarhus
– one of the largest business academies in Denmark
Business Academy Aarhus develops and offers practice-orientated higher education programmes primarily for the private business sector, and our main goal is to enable students to get a job. We are one of the largest business academies in Denmark with:
- 4900 full-time students
- 600 international students
- 400 employees
Business Academy Aarhus is a School of Applied Sciences.
In European countries, this is an English-language term for institutions of higher education. The degree programmes we offer focus on applied degrees.
Like research universities, we provide undergraduate programmes and can grant academic degrees, but we do not award master's or doctoral degrees.
In addition to this we also offer further education and part-time programmes up to Bachelor’s level for people who need to strengthen their qualifications on the job.
AP and Bachelor top-up programmes
We offer a wide range of full-time higher education programmes that qualify students for many different career choices. We offer 10 English-language programmes within these fields:
- IT and Technology
- Web, Media and Communication
- Biotechnical and Food Technology
Our programmes combine theory with practice.
We prioritise small classes, group work, project work, cooperation with trade and industry, realistic cases and compulsory internships. As we work so closely with the business community, we learn and benefit from one another.
Our 700 international students contribute to our international spirit and teaching format. We send 300 students abroad each year as part of their programmes, and annually welcome exchange students from our more than 70 partner universities spread all over the world.
Research and innovation
Developing and completing our programmes must create value for students and companies alike. Therefore, we focus on using our competencies in specific research and innovation projects in collaboration with partner companies.
Business Academy Aarhus was founded on 1 January 2009 and was the first School of Applied Sciences to be awarded positive accreditation in Denmark.