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|Language of Instruction:||Danish, English||Program Type:||Exchange|
|Minimum GPA:||2.5||Academic Level:||Junior, Senior, Sophomore|
|About the Program:|
If you are majoring or minoring in business, or just want to add a business perspective to your current major, a semester at ASB can help to internationalize your degree. Choose from a large selection of business administration and business communication courses taught in English.
Denmark, which is the smallest and most southern of the Scandinavian countries, is an interesting combination of lively cities and rural countryside. Historical forts and churches, modern architecture, jazz festivals--Denmark has it all. This country of 5.3 million people is a constitutional monarchy, with a reigning Queen. Danish, English and German are the main languages spoken. Like other Scandinavian countries, Denmark's society is socially progressive and tolerant.
Aarhus is the second largest city in Denmark and the capital of Jutland, the mainland. It has a well-preserved historic center, good museums, lovely old churches and is known for its rich downtown cafe life; picturesque winding streets and a river running through the center of town are popular afternoon and evening hangouts. Aarhus is known as a 'students' town' and also as the music capital of Denmark. Jazz festivals, opera and classical productions, as well as the annual Aarhus Festival, bring thousands of music fans into the city every year. Click here to see the university and surrounding area.
» Living in Aarhus, Denmark
ASB is an internationally-oriented university that offers a wide range of programs in business. The campus has a large, modern research library and excellent computer facilities. The quality of teaching is high, and analytical skills are developed through a combination of classroom studies and workshops designed to help put newly learned knowledge into context and practice. Although ASB is a Danish university and the majority of classes are taught in Danish, a wide variety of courses are taught using English as the language of instruction.
Notes about the Language of Instruction
Although ASB is a Danish university and the majority of classes are taught in Danish, a wide variety of courses are taught using English as the language of instruction.
Tips for Researching Courses
You can find more details about the courses available on Aarhus University's website using the link below. Courses differ in workload, duration, credits awarded, and level depending on the academic focus area. Be careful to select courses at the correct academic level (undergraduate).
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» Special Exchange students Course: Each semester a special course "Aspects of Denmark" is offered to exchange students only. Students can receive 5 ECTS for this course.
» Exchange students can sign up for a Danish course at the local language centre during their free time.
Aarhus University does not provide and have no responsibility for the Danish Language courses and the
courses will therefore not be included in the student’s transcript of records. More information is available through the AU study portal after acceptance.
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The cost for this NDSU exchange program is the same tuition and fees as the term at NDSU. You are responsible for the additional costs for the application and course fees, airfare, housing and other living expenses. Estimated costs for the program can be accessed at the top of this page by clicking on the appropriate term or using the links below.
Financial aid and scholarships can be applied toward the costs for this program. See the financial aid and scholarships page for more information.
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