2,194 young people have been offered a place to study
‘It bodes well for the future labour market that young people are applying for professions with high employment,’ says Rector Anne Storm Rasmussen.
Congratulations, you’ve been accepted
1693 upcoming students received their letters of admission from Business Academy Aarhus on 28 July.
Nearly 2,200 admitted
In addition to the 1,693 who were offered a study place on one of our AP programmes on Thursday, a further 501 students had pre-approved admission to one of our top-up programmes.
This brings the total enrolment figure to 2,194. Of these, 3% are international students who will be studying on our extremely popular Multimedia AP programme and our top-up Digital Concept Development.
IT, finance and economy popular
The Academy's finance and economics programmes have once again had far more applicants than we can accommodate and both the Academy's international programmes have also had way more applicants than we have room for. The same applies to our programmes IT architect, IT technologist and computer scientist (only available in Danish).
‘It bodes well for the future labour market that young people are applying for professions with high employment. The demand from the business community for IT and technical skills is ever-increasing. Therefore, it is gratifying that we can offer so many qualified applicants a study place,’ says Rector Anne Storm Rasmussen.
Multimedia Design is one of the Academy’s most popular programmes
Although, It requires sky-high marks if your dream is to become a multimedia designer from Business Academy Aarhus. In fact, our Multimedia programme has Denmark’s absolute highest average at 11.7.
This has just been officially shared by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science.
Multimedia Design had 336 applicants for only 37 places, so unfortunately we were only able to accept a tenth of all applicants.
375 fewer study places this year
There are still a few available study places on some of our Danish programmes
Although all international study places are filled, there are a few available study places on some of our Danish programmes. The available study places are continuously updated here eaaa.dk/ledigepladser.
Up until 2022, Business Academy Aarhus had increasing applications and was able to accept more and more students each year. But due to the government’s requirement to close study places and restrictions on English-language programmes, the Academy has, for the first time since its establishment in 2009, had to admit fewer students this year. We have had to reduce the number of admissions by 375 in 2022.
Admission figures per year for summer admission (from KOT, the coordinated enrolment body):
Total admission (minus top-up programmes)