Business Academy Aarhus will welcome 263 new students. This year 556 people applied for one of our nine winter programmes, which is 40 per cent more than last year.
Web Developer Lukas Vanagas took the second semester of his Bachelor's degree in Cyprus with an Erasmus+ grant in his trunk.
Luka Gurovic, as a Creative Developer at Novicell, helps code visual experiences for Internet users. He got the job while he was still studying in Aarhus and didn't yet speak fluent Danish.
Got the job while she was still a student.
Good news for 2,679 applicants who have been offered a place on one of our programmes in 2020.
A total of 6,901 potential students applied to Business Academy Aarhus. 359 extra places will be created.
Two teams and a lecturer from Business Academy Aarhus were honoured with awards and cash prizes at the Danish Championships in Entrepreneurship.
Join the online info meeting at Business Academy Aarhus and hear all about our higher education programmes starting in August 2020.
A pot made of hemp, which reduces plastic waste and CO2 consumption in the horticultural industry has ensured three young entrepreneurs from Business Academy Aarhus an innovation award and DKK 20,000.
BoligPortal and UX intern Patrik Melis have had an extraordinarily good internship experience in all areas. Professionally and socially.
‘It was a really pleasant, healthy and developing experience,’ says Cosmin Coman about his internship at Quick Info.
‘I've become more confident concerning why I'm studying marketing and can now see my working life more easily,' says Aron Krisztian Szabo who did his internship at SkatePro.
Multimedia Design student Patrik Melis has nominated his internship at BoligPortal for the best internship of the year.
Our students have once again had the opportunity to nominate their internship company for our ‘Best internship company’ award for 2019/20.
Business Academy Aarhus received a total of 2,939 quota 2 applications, of which 885 are from international students.
Petra Hrabakova is part of the growing trend of women joining our IT programmes
Two former Digital Concept students want to make travel planning as easy as possible for students who take a semester abroad and go on our summer schools.
Recently graduated Lisbeth Grove Mikkelsen impressed the judges in the television programme 'Dragon’s Den' with her lamp company Wallpipe.
Students from the Academy's 27-degree programmes can now nominate their internship company as Denmark's best internship company.
Sorin got the job while he was still studying Digital Concept Development at Business Academy Aarhus.
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