Dénes, Bachelor Student in Economics and Business Administration

International student at Aarhus BSS


my name is Dénes Csegezi from Hungary. I am starting my second year at Aarhus BSS this fall, studying BSc in Economics and Business Administration

Before I moved to Aarhus, I lived in a small city in Southern Denmark, studying Marketing Management. The curriculum at the academy introduced me to a wide variety of subjects in the field of business, which has further strengthened my determination to work in this industry. However, I was much eager to face bigger challenges and learn more in order to understand different business concepts and its applications in a more complex and academic way. Therefore, I decided to interrupt my studies there, and change to Aarhus University. 

I have always enjoyed a fast-paced, dynamic environment which is one of the main reasons I chose Aarhus as my study destination. Aarhus is a vibrant city with a character, yet small enough to feel safe. I’m extremely happy with my choice, both personally and professionally.

So far, this journey was filled with excitement and growth, and I can guarantee that you’ll never be bored at Aarhus BSS. There are plenty of ways to get help on your career, have fun with fellow students, socialize and learn something new every day. 

If you have any questions regarding my studies, my student job or life in Denmark as an international student in general feel free to reach me out at or on Facebook:

Dániel, Master Student in Management Accounting and Control

Hey there, my name is Dániel Szilágyi from Hungary.

I have lived in Aarhus since August 2015 and finished my Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Business Administration in the summer of 2018. This year I graduated from the Master’s programme Management Accounting and Control.

My main reason for choosing Denmark as a study destination was the quality and the pragmatic approach of the higher education. However, there are lots of other things that make your time here invaluable. Little did I know before coming here for example, how amazing it is to be part of a vibrant international community: making new connections almost every day, getting to know other cultures or discovering similarities in other nations’ languages (for me this has always been and probably will always be a very funny and joyful activity). Another example is that you also profit tremendously from just living on your own away from your home country. You just have to develop a sense of responsibility and independence (and you are also kind of forced to learn how to cook and do your own laundry, provided that you don’t find a way to get around them).

Aarhus itself is a nice city for students: it is small enough to easily find your way around, but at the same time it has plenty of things to offer that you can keep yourself busy with in your spare time.

If you have any questions regarding my BSc or MSc programme, or just about anything related to living here, feel free to contact me by email: or you can even find me on Facebook by this same name.