You can get an overview of your possibilities for financial support as a student at Business Academy Aarhus here. If you are an international student, you can – in a few cases – apply for scholarships to fund all or part of your programme at the Business Academy.
For all students on full-time programmes
The Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science offers a scholarship scheme for non-EU citizens. There are only very few scholarships available and they will be given to highly qualified students. Business Academy Aarhus primarily offers scholarships to students who have passed at least their first semester at the Academy. This means that non-EU students must expect to pay tuition fees themselves for at least the first semester.
A scholarship may be given as a full or partial cover of the tuition fees and/or as a monthly grant to cover living expenses.
Applicants are recommended for the scholarships by Business Academy Aarhus. Decisions regarding recipients of scholarships are made once a year, in May/June.
How to apply for a scholarship
Tuition fee paying non-EU students will be contacted by Business Academy Aarhus in April with instructions on how to apply.
Danish citizens can apply for financial support (SU) according to the rules for obtaining grants and loans from the Danish State Education Grant and Loan Scheme.
Non-Danish citizens have to meet certain demands in order to be entitled to receive SU.
For students going abroad for study or internship
All students that take a semester abroad or do their internship abroad as part of their programme can apply for relevant grants and scholarships to help pay for their stay. All students who receive SU can retain their SU during a stay abroad.
Business Academy Aarhus is part of the Eramus exchange programme. Through this programme you can apply for scholarships for semesters abroad and internships that take place in Europe.