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Learn to improve value chains in global businesses

VIA Value Chain Management


This business management programme integrates the technical and commercial approach to subjects such as logistics and supply chain management

About the programme

  • Facts

    Title: Value Chain Management Exchange Programme

    Duration of the exchange programme: 1 semester (at least 30 ECTS per semester). 

    Programme start:
    August: Exchange students will join 3d Semester programme
    February: Exchange students will join 4th Semester programme

    To see the subjects covered in these two semesters please see our curriculum

    Application deadline: 1 May 2018

    Study location: Campus Horsens. Read more about Campus Horsens

    Language: The programme is taught in English

    Curriculum: See our curriculum

    Fact sheet: Fact Sheet for Partner Institutions of VIA University College (pdf)

  • Structure and content

    The programme is focused on applied skills and project management

    A typical exchange student programme consists of 3-4 courses and a project course giving a total of 30 ECTS points per semester. All of our courses are described in detail in the above mentioned curriculum.

    Project work 

    All exchange students carry out a project. Project work is a way of incorporating real-life challenges into study programmes. You will typically be working in teams of three to five where you gather data, analyse and solve a problem, most of the time in cooperation with a company.


    The timetables are very dynamic, varying from semester to semester. Typically, a timetable will have one day free of lectures. During the semester, a course will have approx. 48 lectures (4 lectures a week). Three full weeks at the end of each semester are assigned to project work.

    Evaluation and exams 

    All subjects will be examined either during the course of study or at the end of the semester. Exams are both oral and written. Your performance will be assessed in several subjects by an examiner and a co-examiner, either external or internal.

    Ministerial Order on Examinations on Professionally Oriented Higher Education Programmes (pdf)  

    Read the rules and guidelines for exams (pdf)
  • Enrolment

    There are two application deadlines in May and November

    VIA University College expects you to have completed part of your degree course at your home university. In most cases, this will be the first two years of a B.Sc.  

    You must bring a laptop to every class at VIA. Your computer must be able to run MS Office and simulation programs – it is advisable to have a WIFI connection and be able to run Windows 7 or above as well as having a min. of 8 GB RAM.

    A large amount of software is available for free at VIA, so do not invest in any software before the semester starts.

    Documentation of your current English language level

    If English is not your first language, you will need to provide documentation of your English language level. VIA University College requires that you have an English level of B2 or higher (certificate is required) as you must be able to understand spoken English when following courses and be able to write assignments and reports in English.

    As documentation, we accept confirmation of a B2 level from your home institution or one of the following internationally recognised language tests: TOEFL, TOEIC, IELTS or the Cambridge ESOL test. For more information, please see:

    Information about VIA Language Assessment Centre


    If you need further information, please contact our International Coordinator:
    Lise Hjerrild 
    T: 45 87 55 43 18

    More information

    Read about credit transfer

  • How to apply

    You must apply through our application system 

    Your home institution must have an inter-institutional agreement with VIA University College in order for you to be able to apply for an exchange programme at VIA.

    If an agreement exists, you will be able to fill in the application form. Please be aware that VIA must receive a nomination from your home institution as well.

    Go to the application portal to apply now  
  • Fees and tuition

    Exchange students do not usually pay tuition fees

    Exchange students pay no tuition fee if they come from: 
    - Institutions that have signed a Bilateral Agreement on the exchange of students with VIA University College
    - Countries that are full members of the EU or Norway, Iceland or Lichtenstein. 

    If you do not fulfil the above criteria, you can contact our International Coordinator:  
    Lise Hjerrild 
    T: +45 87 55 43 18

  • Student counselling

    We are ready to help you with any questions you might have before applying.
    If you are not sure which study programme is right for you, it might be helpful for you to talk to a student counsellor.

    Read more about our student counselling on campus.

    Contact our International Coordinator: 
    Lise Hjerrild
    T: +45 87 55 43 18
  • Contact

    You are always welcome to contact us if you have any questions.


    VIA Value Chain Management 
    Chr. M. Østergaards Vej 4 
    DK - 8700 Horsens 
    T: +45 87 55 40 00

    Opening hours
    Lines are open: 
    Monday-Thursday 07:45-15:30 
    Friday 07:45-14:30 
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