Studying one or more semesters outside your home university offers a number of benefits, such as a fresh academic approach, improved intercultural communication skills, and the ability to adapt and be flexible to new circumstances.
We offer a variety of bachelor courses taught in English for students whose ambition is a job as a business manager in the industry or in the public sector.
Teaching is structured around class tutorials, assignments, lab exercises and workshop practice.
Classes are small in order to allow group discussions and provide individualised attention. Focus is on active, student-centered learning to develop critical thinking and interpersonal skills.
Theory in classroom sessions is taught in the form of applied problem-based projects, preparing you for the working world.
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Many exchange students do a project. Project work is a way of incorporating real-life contexts into the study programmes. Typically, students work in teams of four on a problem that they would like to analyse and solve - sometimes in cooperation with a company.
By working in teams, students will learn how to collaborate in a multicultural environment, how to cooperate with others who have different skills, and how groups can be mobilized to address real-life business problems.
Evaluation and exams
Your learning outcome will be assessed according to your performance on in-course assignments, tests, presentations and written and oral examinations. The varied assessment methods support your in developing skills which you can benefit from in your future career.
Examinations are organised as individual tests assessed by external or internal examiners. An external examiner appointed by the Danish Ministry of Education will participate in external examinations. For internal examinations, the assessment will be done by lecturers appointed by VIA University College.