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BSc in Economics and Business Administration – Global Business Relationships

Facts about the programme - BSc in Global Business Relationships

Learn about global marketing, international cooperative relations, and cultural issues in the business world

A Bachelor programme in Economics and Business Administration covers a broad range of business economics subjects, e.g. marketing, accounting, finance, IT, planning, and organisational theory. It provides you with a versatile set of business skills that can be used in both private and public companies and within a wide range of industries. A BSc in Economics and Business Administration from SDU enables you to hold a position within virtually any of a company's administrative functions.

The Global Business Relationships line is for those of you, who are passionate about global marketing, international cooperative relations, and cultural issues in the business world.

The programme focuses on global business, and it involves the core challenges and opportunities faced by modern global companies.

The programme is taught in English, and your fellow students will be from both Denmark and the rest of Europe.

Why you should study Global Business Relationships

  • You will receive a broad education within business economics.
  • You will acquire specific skills in solving company issues related to internationalisation and globalisation. 
  • You will achieve specific competences for being able to work in internationally and globally oriented companies.
  • Your education will take place in a vibrant international environment.



Read more about the structure of the programme, entry requirements, career opportunities.

How to apply

An application to a Bachelor's programme at the University of Southern Denmark must meet certain formal requirements. To make this process as transparent and easy as possible, we have listed some guidelines.

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BSc in Economics and Business Administration

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Student testimonial

“70 % of the students are foreign and 57 different nationalities are represented. This creates an international environment and because of the relatively small-sized campus with 1,100 students, you get intense lectures with good dialogues and discussions." (Merete, student)

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