High number of applications from all over the world.
303 more applications than last year and 9 percent more 1st priority applications.
Natalia has nominated Relesys as the best internship company 2023.
9 percent more potential students than last year want to study at Business Academy Aarhus.
Two researchers from Business Academy Aarhus are behind a hybrid burger which is half meat and half plant-based.
Students from the Academy’s 28 higher education programmes can now nominate their internship company as Denmark's best internship company
300 new students will be helped with their ability to reflect on character qualities such as courage, presence, and curiosity
‘It's so important that you get help from the start so that you can keep up and don’t give up. This help gives you more time and energy,’ say dyslexic students.
‘It bodes well for the future labour market that young people are applying for professions with high employment,’ says Rector Anne Storm Rasmussen.
Decline in the number of applications, but still far more applicants than available study places.
Five international students win a large cash prize and an entrepreneurship award with their idea for sustainable mango leather.
A robot arm wins the main prize and DKK 50,000 at the Danish Championships in Entrepreneurship for Students.
Digital concept developer Silvia Artero Alcaraz has nominated the audio company VoiceArchive for this year’s internship award.
An overall decrease in the number of quota 2 applications compared to the record year 2021.
‘It opens many study options,' says Dave Peacock.
Students from the Academy’s 28 higher education programmes can now nominate their internship company as Denmark's best internship company.
We also have winter start in January and February for 11 of our programmes.
Future Service, Hospitality and Tourism Managers propose green solutions for the world’s longest and toughest sailing event in Aarhus 2023.
Our IT Technology programme's admission requirements are 10.5.
Once again, the most popular programmes are finance, economics and IT programmes, which Rector Anne Storm Rasmussen is pleased with.
The third-largest educational institution in Aarhus has received an increased number of applications for the twelfth consecutive year.
Senior Lecturer Gitte Buje is this year’s best teacher! This is the second year in a row, and the third time, that a senior lecturer from Business Academy Aarhus has won the award.
Three cup inventors win the Green Tech category (and DKK 25,000) at the Danish Championships in Entrepreneurship for their business idea.
Agro industrial company, Danish Agro and their Agro Business and Landscape Management intern Michelle Nielsen crowned as Denmark’s best internship match
From start to finish, Danish Agro has provided intern Michelle Nielsen with an optimal framework for contributing and growing professionally and personally.
Icelandic Kristjana D. Jónsdóttir has nominated the agency No Zebra in Aarhus for this year’s internship award.
Financial Management student Lewis Paterson has nominated the food company Uhrenholt for our internship award.
Although Corona has made the year atypical in many ways, the many nominations testify that companies and students have made the most of the situation.
Researchers from Business Academy Aarhus are investigating a drought tolerant and protein-rich faba bean.
Business Academy Aarhus is more popular than ever this year. That’s 15 percent more than last year.
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