A maximum of 25 students are admitted to this specific programme per year. All applicants must hold an undergraduate degree from a recognized university. Secondly, all applicants must have a minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience.To find more information on additional admission criteria, have a look at the programme website.
Months of entry
The Full-Time MBA at Aarhus BSS combines modern leadership and an integrated focus on people, planet and profit with a Scandinavian outlook. It provides cutting edge business knowledge while focusing on the participants' personal developments as leaders. It exposes you to the best of our academic world and the best of our corporate liaisons in a joint effort to optimize the talent output.
The goal of the Full-Time MBA is to train and educate leaders not only for companies that are already "green", but also for companies that want to move in a more economically, environmentally and socially responsible direction on more than just one level. Alongside this extended and integrated perspective, growth and innovation are key words to describe the Full-Time MBA.
The programme is taught in English and has participants from all over the world. This gives the participants a unique networking possibility they can benefit from many years after the MBA-degree has been achieved. We do not use text book cases but include the experiences from the participants and the experiences from the research done by the lecturer so as to create a more hands-on situation that allow the students to apply theory and tools in a content more familiar to the students.
To contact current international students at Aarhus BSS, have a look at the "Student-to-Student" programme.
Information for international students
"Student to Student" is your opportunity to ask all your questions about Aarhus BSS and Denmark to a student from your home country already living in Denmark and experiencing Aarhus BSS. Find out more on the website of Aarhus BSS.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Lene Merete Pedersen, Programme Manager