In addition to traditionel class-room teaching, the curriculum comprises projects and guest lectures featuring internationally renowned lecturers within the relevant subject fields as well as representatives of Danish and German business firms. Teaching and lecturing takes place in the languages Danish, German, and English.
As an undergraduate student you have an average of 12 hours pr. week. Note that preparing for lectures individually or in study groups will take up the majority of the time you spend on your studies. Participating in study groups will enable you to discuss what you have read, preparing you for the way you will later cooperate with your colleagues on joint projects in businesss and other organizational contexts.
Your work load will be considerable, especially when homework and projects are due, so substantial self-discipline and careful planning are required.
Experience the world
Your 4th semester will allow you to develop your individual profile: you may go abroad, or you may choose an internship. If you choose a stay at a foreign university, your supervisor will assist you in composing your individual study programme consisting of a combination of subjects within linguistics, mediation, and economics, including business economics. If you choose an internship, you will get to know the job conditions within a field of your personal interest, since you may find an internship of your own choice, but of course it will have to be approved by the Study Board. See Study and internship periods abroad.
This study programme qualifies you for a job right after graduating. At the same time, it qualifies you for a number of master programmes, such as:
- Master of Arts (MA) in International Business Communication and Communication Design
- International business communication
- IT product design
- IT, communication and organization
- Web communication