Economics and Business Administration (Aalborg)
ATTENTION - Special three-semester programme
We also offer a three-semester programme leading to a Bachelor degree in Economics and Business Administration. Admission is given to students who have either completed a degree in Economics and related subjects or have completed the second year of their bachelor degree studies in Economics and/or Business Administration at another university. Degree students following the three-semester B.Sc. programme begin on 1 September. Click here for more information about Economics and Business Administration (BSc. 4th - 6th semester).
This is a six-semester programme leading to a Bachelor degree in Economics and Business Administration.
The BSc in Economics and Business Administration provides you with the knowledge and capabilities needed to understand business management on national and global scale. It is structured to reflect the dynamic interplay of business and economics with sustainable company growth and social development. The degree reflects the complexity of the evolving business environment, but it also maintains the philosophy of the Danish university education in business and economics that prospective business leaders need a sound understanding of economics and management to be able to ensure sustainable social prosperity.
- Duration: 3 years
- Start date: September
- Places available for students: 60
- ECTS points: 180
The BSc degree programme in Economics and Business Administration has been developed and introduced in response to the changing national and global economic, commercial and financial environment. We aim to ensure that the new programme reflects industry dynamics and is relevant to international student needs.
Working with industry
Our strong links with industry mean that rigorous undergraduate academic study is combined with a real practical focus. The projects that you will undertake as part of your studies are based on Problem-Based Learning, also known as ‘the Aalborg Model'. It requires from students to identify real-life problems faced by firms and implement a multidisciplinary approach in solving them. The integrated company project in the fifth semester of the course reflects the commitment of the programme to cohesive business-university interaction.
Read more about Economics and Business Administration in this brochure.