Good news for 2,679 applicants who have been offered a place on one of our programmes for the autumn semester in 2020. Tuesday, July 28, 2020 Last night, thousands of aspiring applicants finally found out whether they have been admitted to a higher education programme or not. And once again, Business Academy Aarhus is a […]
Denmark is the least corrupt country in the world, according to the 201 Corruption Index by Transparency International According to the Corruption Perceptions Index 2012, Denmark is the least corrupt country. The index ranks countries on a scale from 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). No country has a perfect score and two-thirds of […]
Upon completing your studies in Denmark you can stay and look for a job knowing that Denmark is a great place to establish your own business The Legatum Institute 2011 Prosperity Index ranks Denmark as the country with the world’s strongest entrepreneurial climate in terms of citizens’ opportunity to realise new ideas and influence their […]
Our student Agate from Latvia in exchange in Korea, 2012
Student at International Business Academy in Kolding, Denmark
The Marketing Management programme has established a talent programme for those Danish and international students who are willing to make an extra effort.
Looking for The Happiest Place on Earth? Pack up and move to Denmark! Denmark has taken the top spot in the World Happiness Report. According to the World Happiness Report published by The Earth Institute at Columbia University and commissioned for a United Nations conference on happiness, Denmark is the happiest country in the world.
Almost 20% of the 100 best workplaces in Europe in 2016 are located in Denmark according to a new study among 700,000 employees among 2,250 companies in 19 European countries, by Great Place to Work.
The 2016 Universitas 21 Ranking ranks 50 countries separately by four areas, given an overall score. Once again Denmark is in the top 3.
Almost twice as many international students have chosen to study in Denmark. Almost twice as many international students have chosen to complete a full programme of education in Denmark compared to 2008. The minister for higher education and science is working towards a strategy for retaining even more international students in Denmark.
Lillebaelt Academy has experienced stable growth since the establishment in 2009. The academy now includes around 3,000 students. Due to this increase in students, new and larger facilities are needed to ensure that the surroundings meet the demands of teaching larger classes. Campus in Vejle The study programmes in Vejle will all be placed in […]