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The program consists of:
A Finance, Marketing or Hospitality Management concentration in combination with electives comprising the bulk of a student’s third and fourth year of a Bachelor's Degree.
Please note that strong elements of practice are embedded in all business-related courses.
Prior to commencing their concentration in Finance, Marketing or Hospitality Management, students must:
Our Business Administration students may choose a concentration in either Finance or Marketing, when they have completed their core curriculum. For more information, see our Program Structure tab. A full description of all courses, including the general education course work can be found in our Catalog.
Hospitality management Concentration:
* Completed 1 year or more of a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent
* Equivalent coursework taken that fulfill our general education and core requirements
* Essay (max 250 words). Please answer in your essay: Given your personal background, describe an experience that illustrates how your presence as an active member of our student body would add diversity to the college community. Or describe an encounter you have had that demonstrated the importance of diversity to you.
* English Proficiency exam results. Applicants that come from countries with English as an official language and the language of instruction in higher education are exempt. Please refer to the following list to see if you are exempt. May also be waived if you have completed a minimum of 2 years higher education in English.
NOTE: Test results cannot be more than 2 years old.
IELTS Academic Test
6.0 (with min. 6.0 in each band)
TOEFL (internet-based test)
TOEFL (paper-based test)
SAT Critical Reading section or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
ACT English section
Cambridge English Certificate
Minimum level C1
British Ordinary Level English Language Exam (GCE/GCSE/IGCSE)
Grade A or B in First Language English
Transfer of credits may be given to students who have already completed equivalent courses prior to starting the BSc program. Such courses will be assessed individually by the Niels Brock enrollment officers/academic advisers. Successfully completed Niels Brock BSc coursework taken at one of our campuses abroad transfers automatically.
All applicants must submit to the Admissions Office:
1. An application for admission (See 'Application' tab below)
2. Official high school transcripts and diploma translated into English*
3. Official copy of all higher education transcripts translated into English*
4. English proficiency test results** or letter stating why you are exempt
5. Essay (max. 250 words). Please answer in your essay: Given your personal background, describe an experience that illustrates how your presence as an active member of our student body would add diversity to the college community. Or describe an encounter you have had that demonstrated the importance of diversity to you.
*Official transcript from each institution attended. Applicants from non-English speaking countries must provide an official literal English translation of their official school records
**The English proficiency requirement may be waived if you have completed a minimum of 2 years higher education in English.
Please note that we will only accept approx. 125 students to the program so you should apply as soon as possible.
Admission decisions are typically made within 8 to 12 weeks after all the application materials have been received. NOTE: Once an applicant has been accepted into the program, the 1st tuition payment needs to be made within 2 weeks of receiving the Letter of Acceptance and Student Contract.
Once we have received the 1st tuition payment, ST1 forms, which are necessary in order to gain a student residence permit in Denmark, will be issued to the accepted student.
The following prices and conditions apply to students admitted to the Niels Brock BSc in Business Administration,with the study start of Fall 2018:
The tuition fee per year is DKK 87,000/EUR 11,600.
This fee applies to all nationalities.
Applicants who have paid the first tuition payment, but fail to be granted a residence permit will receive a refund, less an administration fee of DKK 2,000.
The semester fees will not be refunded in case the student withdraws for other reasons than the above.
Books are included in the fee but students must bring their own computer.
Please see the breakdown of the tuition payment schedule in the links below:
For the spring semester, all courses will commence in week 5. All exams for the spring semester will take place from week 22.
In the fall semester, courses will commence late August and finish early December after which the students will attend their exams. The detailed plan will be decided upon in cooperation between the program management and faculty staff.
In connection with the development and sustainability of the American Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Niels Brock has established an Advisory Board. The idea behind such a Board is to give stakeholders a voice in the continued development of the BSc.
In order to ensure a relevant educational program that meets the demands for a BSc, Niels Brock wishes to be challenged, assessed and inspired by relevant experts and stakeholders during the design and development of the BSc as well as during the delivery of the program.
Another important reason for setting up an Advisory Board is to ensure an ongoing dialogue with representatives of employers, as well as with academia.
Freelance Consultant, former Vice-President of the Danish Bankers' Association
Martin Hagen Ødum
Partner & Director Hertz & Ødum A/S
Michael Vig Larsen
Ernst Lykke Nielsen
Administrative Director at Bording Data A/S
Salgs- og marketingchef, Mandag Morgen
Simon Holmen Reventlow Clemmensen
Head of communication, Copenhagen University Law faculty
Before arriving in Denmark, all non-EU citizens must apply for a Danish residence permit. Please note that this can be a long process (expect it to be a least 3 months), so apply well in advance. Within one week of receipt of your first semester fee, you will be sent an institutionally signed ST1 Residence Permit application form, which you will need for your application.
You may find additional information about application requirements and the application process at New to Denmark - the official portal for foreigners.
In addition to the resources listed in the document above, you can also use Housing Anywhere as a source to find rental housing. Housing Anywhere is a housing platform where people rent out rooms to international students.
When you arrive in Denmark, you need to register your Danish address with the municipality in order to get a Danish social security number (CPR number) and a yellow health card. According to Danish Law you have to do this within 5 days of your arrival in Denmark.
You use your CPR number for most official purposes, such as dealing with public or health authorities, opening a bank account or mobile phone account and using the public libraries. Once you have registered, you will be entitled to free emergency medical treatment at your general practitioner and in public hospitals.
You can find additional information about CPR number registration and requirements at International House Copenhagen.
As a students at Niels Brock, you will use a variety of IT platforms. You can find further information about these platforms, printing, wi-fi and student cards here
Emphasizing a generalist and career-oriented approach to management education, the BSc program trains students to become well-rounded employees and middle managers who can analyze problems and propose workable solutions.
As to further education, students who successfully complete our BSc will be given direct access to the Master of Science in Business Administration delivered at Niels Brock in Copenhagen and the same Master program delivered at De Montfort University in Leicester, UK.
Graduates may also apply to one of the many Master programs within business studies offered at other Danish and foreign universities.
Enrolment will, of course, depend on the specific enrolment requirements of the receiving university in question.