2,803 quota 2 applications for Business Academy Aarhus
10 percent increase in quota 2 applications. Several apply for programmes with low unemployment.
Business Academy Aarhus has received a total of 2,803 quota 2 applications. This is an increase of 251 applications compared to last year, which corresponds to ten percent.
Most have applied for admission to Marketing Management and the Danish-language equivalent markedsføringsøkonom. The programme received a total of 724 applications, 177 more than 2018.
Rector: It promises to be an excellent year
Increased quota 2 applications provide an indication that this summer’s quota 1 applications will be good too.
‘Admission figures are obviously the most interesting. We have more applications than study spaces available. So, I'm happy,’ says Rector Christian Mathiasen.
He also points out that the number of applications has increased steadily since the establishment of the Academy, and today 90 percent more people apply to go to Business Academy Aarhus than in 2010.
More applicants for programmes with low unemployment
Business Academy Aarhus has for example experienced an increased number of quota 2 applications for Financial Management and Financial Controller which have increased by 34 percent and 24 percent respectively compared to last year. And even more notable is that these applicants all had Business Academy Aarhus as their first priority. Precisely these programmes have low unemployment.
‘It is a positive development that we can see that several potential students choose an education with really good job opportunities. This is clearly an advantage for all,’ says Christian Mathiasen.
Our Marketing Management programme (in Danish) continues to be the most popular programme with 376 quota 2 applications. Which is closely followed by the English-language Marketing Management programme with 348 applications. The third most popular programme is the Danish-language Financial Controller programme whereas the Multimedia Design programme is fourth with a total of 222 applications.
For more information
Contact Rector Christian Mathiasen, Business Academy Aarhus