News from SDU Business School
Collaborations between students and companies generate great value
Every Wednesday, Jonas Poulsen swaps teaching on the Economics and Business Administration programme at SDU for an internship at Nic. Christiansen Gruppen’s Business Intelligence department. For Jonas Poulsen, it is a good opportunity to test the theories from his study in practice, and the company gets access to new knowledge and outside perspectives.
New Advisory Board to contribute to the Faculty’s development
A new Advisory Board has been tasked with providing input to and perspectives on the Faculty of Business and Social Sciences’ future development and strategic initiatives.
Birta is spending this semester in Toronto
For the past two years, Birta Maria Bjarnadóttir has studied in Kolding, but this semester she has replaced the University of Southern Denmark for Centennial College in Toronto, Canada, where she will be studying six courses in Business Administration Human Resource Management.
New professional master’s programme strengthens the interaction between technology and management
SDU is ready with a new professional master's programme focusing on management of technology. The programme provides competences to explore and exploit the many business opportunities arising from emerging technologies such as drones, robots and 3D printing.
Business School Days strengthens relationships
Two weeks of business activities and social events provided new inspiration and brought students, lecturers and companies closer together.
Cultural intelligence in the curriculum
Employees in global teams create better results if they are good at navigating cultural diversity. Therefore, cultural intelligence is included as an element in the teaching at SDU.
SDU graduates create their own Mediterranean-inspired pie shop
Antonia Perdikari and Gianmarco Coricciati are behind The Pie Project. For the couple, running their own business is a constant learning process. But their studies at SDU have provided perspectives, networks and theory that are helping them on their way.
Christina’s MSc degree led to meteoric career at ECCO
During her master’s studies at SDU, Christina Volf decided to pursue a Graduate position with one of Denmark’s largest organisations. Her plan succeeded, and today, 18 months after earning her MSc in Business and Market Development, she is well on her way to a meteoric career in the ECCO Group.
From Business Economics at SDU to Divisional Director at Sydbank
Linette Damgaard Hansen is 29 years old, Divisional Director for Business Development at Sydbank and educated at SDU. She is the youngest manager in the bank’s history with such a large area of responsibility. Her road to success came through a combination of curiosity, ambition and student jobs in the business community.
2021 Lecturer of the Year: ‘It makes a difference that the students work actively with what they need to learn’
Marian van Bakel takes pride in creating and developing a great learning environment, and she meets her students with great enthusiasm and attention. That is why she is the recipient of this year’s Teaching Prize at SDU.
SDU student: ‘Business collaborations are a way of showing companies what we can do’
In the business economics programmes, students work closely with local companies. Meet Alex Martin Jensen, who gave Rørvig Centret a new perspective on the company’s marketing.
Business courses during studies are win-win
Practical experience gives a new perspective on the theory from the University, says Nicolina Karlskov Sørensen. She is studying Business Economics, HA at SDU Business School and is currently working on a project-oriented course in the company TotalEnergies – a collaboration that is educational for both parties.
At SDU, dreams can become your own business
22-year-old Johan Heidtmann is studying a BSc in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at SDU Business School, where he is combining his studies with the startup of his own business. What started as a good idea has become the company Jagt og Udeliv (Hunting and Outdoor Life), which has a turnover of more than DKK 100,000.
SDU is establishing a Business School
A new Business School at SDU seeks to build a bridge between the university’s business economics programmes and the business community and society in general. The Business School will open its doors in September this year.