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.
English Sarah Berglund got her job at the tech start-up while she was still studying Multimedia Design.
Andreas Linde and Stefan Vinding Olesen established the Gazelle company during their studies at Business Academy Aarhus. Now Lead Supply is the fastest-growing company in Central Jutland, has ten employees and sells for millions.
For one day international entrepreneur students developed sustainable business ideas for the Grenaa company Seamen Seaweed Chips.
Four students from Business Academy Aarhus wish to increase citizen participation in the Aarhus City Council’s upcoming budget debate.
Our ten English-language programmes welcomed students from 33 different countries this week.
Business Academy Aarhus has introduced a mobile – and SoMe – free teaching environment for more than 1,100 new students.
Business Academy Aarhus is aiming for higher marks and a better social life after the new students’ mobile phones have been banned from classrooms.
A sustainable gift concept for newborns and a multi-functional thermal baby bottle both win a prize.
Business Academy Aarhus has an agreement with Aarhus Municipality which increases cooperation within the climate and sustainability.
For the tenth consecutive year, Aarhus' third largest educational institution has more applications.
Good news for 2.453 applicants who have been offered a place on one of our programmes for the autumn semester in 2019.
25 Danish and international bachelor students in Product Development and Integrative Technology present their exam projects at Europe’s leading conference on the Internet of Things.
RAMBOLL Management Consulting and intern Louise Kjær Petersen from Business Academy Aarhus won the Jury’s Special prize.
Eight companies will battle it out on in Copenhagen Tuesday, 28 May for this year’s best Business Academy internship company.
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