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5898 applications to Business Academy Aarhus

Aarhus’ third largest educational institution has increased applications for the seventh year in a row

Dansk Supermarked victorious as Denmark's best internship company

Dansk Supermarked Group and intern Mads Fuglsang Hedegaard from Business Academy Aarhus victorious after competing against the eight other internship spots at a gala event in Odense.

Dansk Supermarked crowned best internship company

Dansk Supermarked, with their intern Mads Fuglsang Hedegaard, have won this year’s Business Academy Aarhus internship award.

Students develop hemp food products for Møllerup Gods

Eight bachelor students specialising in Food Technology from Business Academy Aarhus devise new products with hemp for Møllerup Gods.

Entrepreneurial students win Regional Championship in Entrepreneurship for their cardboard crutches

Students from Business Academy Aarhus win eight out of 12 places at the Regional Championship in Entrepreneurship, and will now battle it out at the Danish Championships. Sustainable cardboard crutches awarded first prize.

New international agricultural programme

Business Academy Aarhus is starting up a new higher education programme in ‘Agricultural and Environmental Management’ in September 2016. This programme is specifically targeted at managers at large farms abroad.

Business Academy Aarhus elects the best Internship of the Year

Did you have superb internship? If so, as a student at Business Academy Aarhus, now is your chance to nominate your company.

Companies line up to speak to students about internships and job opportunities

150 students and 50 companies speed dated for internships and jobs at Business Academy Aarhus.

Student jobs as research assistants

A student job as research assistants at Business Academy Aarhus gave Kristinna Kristensen and Tine Dalby valuable training in what it means to work scientifically.

From farmer to graduate student

A farmer training programme was not enough for Rasmus Skovgaard Stephansen. He wants to work with Danish cattle breeding and therefore had to go higher up in the education system. He recently graduated (with top marks) as a Bachelor in Agricultural and Environmental Management from Business Academy Aarhus. But Rasmus is not stopping here. In two years, if all goes well, he will earn a Master’s degree in Agrobiology.