Political decision to close admission for full-degree programmes as of 2022. Exchange is still possible.

A political majority has reached an agreement which means that all Danish university colleges and academies (with a few exceptions) are no longer allowed to admit students in full-degree English-taught programmes from September 2022.

Current students and students admitted for the 2021 September intake will be able to complete their degree programme.

The Top-up programme Software Development is still open for admission for the February 2022 intake. 

What does this mean for new and current students?
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Are you passionate about top-level international sales and marketing? Do you see yourself working in a global company?

This is a top-up programme intended for graduates of the Academy Profession Degree Programme in Marketing Management. The top-up programme earns you a bachelor's degree in International Sales and Marketing with only 1½ years of additional study.

In this programme, you will gain insight and understanding of the various factors that significantly influence the sales of goods and services in Denmark and on an international scale.

You will learn about what underlies a company’s sales and business development from an international perspective. You will also acquire knowledge of marketing, logistics, law, management and economics.

Furthermore, the programme includes elective components, which means that you will have an influence on the shaping of your professional profile.

As a Bachelor of International Sales and Marketing, you may find employment in Denmark as well as abroad.

Examples of job titles could be project manager, sales coordinator, key account manager or marketing coordinator. In the long term, you can also work towards becoming a marketing manager, sales manager or export manager.


1½ years








Duration: 3-4 months

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Before you apply, it is a good idea to read up on admission requirements, the admission process and scholarships. If you have any questions before or after submitting the application, having a chat with us might be a good idea.

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Torben Gregersen
Student Advisor

+45 72 69 14 49​
Magdalena Atanasova Mincheva
International Consultant

+45 72 69 13 52

Non-EU / non-EEA citizens

Carina Mortensen
International Consultant

+45 72 69 13 51

EU / EEA citizens