Peer, Bachelor student in Economics and Business Administration

Hey guys,

My name is Peer Woyczechowski and I’m from Kiel, Germany. I’m currently enrolled in the Bachelor's programme in Economics and Business Administration (BscB) at the faculty Aarhus BSS at Aarhus University.

My decision to study in Denmark was primarily made on grounds of the high quality of education that is provided, the international environment in the programmes and in general Denmark/Aarhus and the possibility to expand my network further.

I can only highly recommend to choose a different path than others and study in Denmark. Aarhus BSS offers a broad spectrum of communities and activities that are relevant to your studies or contributing to your life outside of the classrooms. It doesn’t get boring here!

Why you should choose Aarhus BSS?

Here are some keywords, why I would choose Aarhus BSS over and over again.

-          Top education

-          International oriented programs

-          The relaxed and cozy atmosphere in Aarhus

-          Tons of events for every kind of taste

-          Getting to know a new culture and language

-          Living and studying with nationalities from all over the world

-          Everything is in walking or biking distance

There is a reason why the citizens of Denmark are one of the most happiest people in the world and you experience that from day one. Danish people are very welcoming, openminded, outgoing and in the end it just comes down to “hygge”.

If you are not convinced yet that studying at Aarhus BSS is the right choice for you or have any kind of questions, feel free to contact me:

Jasper, Master student in Technology Based Business Development

I moved from Germany to Denmark in 2013 because of my wish to experience an education with a close link to practical application.

At BTECH, I found fulfilment in the Bachelor of Engineering in Global Management and Manufacturing (GMM). This study offers a balanced teaching approach with lectures in the first half of the semester and company employment in the other half. The company, in my case LEGO, enters a mentorship agreement that covers the duration of the education. I managed projects for different departments in Engineering and submitted a Company Related Report (CRP) in the third, fourth, and fifth semester. The CRPs are important because they prepare you well for the final thesis. The thesis is submitted after the internship in the six semester and then you graduate. It was a great experience and gave me a sense of direction.

I have since started my Master of Science in Technology Based Business Development (TBBD) at BTECH in order to extend my knowledge about enabling technologies in an business environment.

It is very comfortable to live in Denmark because the culture is very inviting and hospitable. There are bars and restaurants in Herning, a Public Library, Swimming Pools, Fitness Centers, and most importantly Danish Saunas for cold winter days. I really like the campus in Birk, especially the big panorama windows in the canteen. There are housing opportunities within walking distance of the university, applying for housing from outside of Denmark reduces the waiting time for a placement considerably.

If you have any questions, feel free to write to me at

Jasper Lanz