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Denmark

Business & Economics

Business & Management

BA International Business & Modern Languages

4 years

€0 pa

Programme profile


This programme has been established in cooperation with the University of Flensburg and is studied in Flensburg. This means that it has a marked international profile, both in terms of the subjects taught and in terms of the study environment you will become part of. And last, but not least, the marked international profile is reflected in the double degree which you will obtain on graduation: a Danish as well as a German degree

Programme content


This is the programme for you if you want to combine studies in business language [currently limited to German or Danish] with studies in business economics. Faced with growing political, economic, cultural, and social globalisation, businesses will make increasing demands on their employees, who will have to work across national and linguistic borders. The programme will qualify you for analysing, evaluating, and solving the tasks involved in the international activities of business enterprises, and it will qualify you for performing the communication and mediation tasks arising in connection with such activities. You will obtain the competences you need via foreign language training, via knowledge of social conditions, and via knowledge of the sociological and economic factors influencing decision-making processes in various culture.



Entry Requirements


General Certificate of Education with examination in 8 subjects where at least 3 are A-levels, alternatively 2 A-levels + 2 AS-levels. Subjects to include A/S Maths AND Social Studies OR History OR Economics


Leaving Certificate, showing at least 6 subjects of which at least 2 Higher Level subjects (at least Grade H5. Subjects to include Maths [Higher] AND Social Studies subject OR History OR Economics [or equivalent].

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Yes: Letter of Motivation

Where demand exceeds supply of places, highest GPA will be selected

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15 March