Business Academy Aarhus prides itself in providing excellent Go Abroad possibilities for all our students and the International Office has now secured agreements with 70 partner universities, scattered all over the globe. Most of our partners are based in Europe, but we also have a wide spectrum of countries from non-EU countries.
From Erba to Aarhus to Paris
21-year old Francesca Masciadri learnt about Business Academy Aarhus at a fair in Italy in 2016 and since then has taken the road less travelled in her educational pursuits.
Lucas wants to change the world with 3D printing
Lucas Graversen is studying our Bachelor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship and while doing his internship at Thürmer Tools, he developed an App in collaboration with Apple and SAP which makes it possible for craftsmen to 3D print tools on site.
From AP in Chemical and Biotechnical Science to a forensic breakthrough
Ewelina Mistek is a Business Academy Aarhus alumnus
Total ban on 350 smartphones at Business Academy Aarhus
Business Academy Aarhus is aiming for higher marks and a better social life after the new students’ mobile phones have been banned from classrooms.
Business Academy Aarhus accepts 2,312 new students
Good news for 2.312 applicants who have been offered a place on one of our programmes for the autumn semester in 2018. Of these, 212 are international, equivalent to 9 per cent.
Bianka from Hungary and Akash from Canada brew beer in Aarhus
8 students from Seneca College in Toronto, Canada joined 15 students from Business Academy Aarhus to learn how to brew beer. They were all part of our summer school which took place from 18 - 29 June 2018 in Aarhus.
Four students win European e-business award
Our entrepreneurial students Soraya Zieren, Florentina Ceapa, Andrei Toth and Nicki Grønkjær Jensen from Kale Nyabo have won the coveted e-business award during the European Championships in entrepreneurship in Riga.
Students from Business Academy Aarhus win first place with a charity shop at the Danish Championship in Entrepreneurship.
Four entrepreneurial students win the Danish Championship in Entrepreneurship and 50,000 DKK with a charity shop that supports single mothers in Uganda by selling the mothers’ own, handmade stuff.
EY Aarhus wins Denmark’s best internship company
EY Aarhus and intern Daniel Vistisen from Business Academy Aarhus are triumphant after competing against the eight other internship companies at a gala event in Billund.