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Programmes at Aarhus BSS

Bachelor

Master

MBA

PhD

Single subject

Aarhus BSS Graduate School offers the following seven PhD field programmes:

Open calls

Conferred PhD degrees

For an overview of PhD degrees conferred at Aarhus BSS Graduate School since 2015 please see here.

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Aarhus BSS (School of Business and Social Sciences at Aarhus University) offers a wide range of degree programmes within the fields of economics, business, engineering, political science and communication at Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD level.

  • International environment with 80+ nationalities on campus
  • International top researchers and lecturers
  • Tuition is free for EU, EAA and Swiss citizens
  • Exhilarating student life with inspiring activities
  • Strong ties to private and public organisations
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Guest students

Guest students are students enrolled in a higher education at a Danish university and as part of this education wish to follow a single subject course (credit module) and take an exam within another field of study. A credit module is not a course you take in addition to an ongoing or completed degree programme. 

You can find further information under enrollment as a guest student.

'Tomplads' students

‘Tomplads’ students can for an additional fee attend a class and take the exam together with full-time students during daytime. The following groups are admitted to take courses during daytime:

  • students from a Danish university that do not get credit transfer.
  • students from within EU-EEA – either with or without credit transfer.
  • students from outside EU-EEA – either with or without credit transfer.
  • non-students who wish to attend single subject courses as part of a continuing education.

You can find further information under enrollment as a ‘tomplads’ student.