Economics and Business Administration constitutes a broad, interdisciplinary and problem-oriented study programme. The objective is to enable the student to identify and formulate problems related to business economics and subsequently to devise solutions, which may support the management of the work of private and public organizations in relation to their internal and external surroundings.
Aalborg University’s strong links with industry means that rigorous undergraduate academic study is combined with a practical focus. The projects that students will produce as an essential part of their studies are based on Problem Based Learning, also known as 'The Aalborg Model'. The basic idea is that students engage in complex everyday challenges occurring in firms. The students will therefore have to develop a multidisciplinary approach enabling them to solve the everyday challenges they work with.
The guest and exchange programme is part of the bachelor’s programme in Economics and Business Administration which is closed for admission of new students.
Students in the guest and exchange programme can choose 30 ECTS per semester, which is a full-time semester in Denmark, among these courses:
Financial Accounting, 5 ECTS
Management Accounting, 10 ECTS
Organisational Theory and quantitative methods, 15 ECTS
Corporate Finance, 10 ECTS
The Company as a whole, 20 ECTS
Quantitative Methods, 10 ECTS
Strategy and Marketing, 20 ECTS
International Business, 5 ECTS
International Marketing in a Cross-cultural Perspective, 5 ECTS
Topics in Applied Finance, 5 ECTS