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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Do you want the world as your workplace? Do you want to work with export on the global market?

More and more companies sell their products and services on the global market. As a graduate from the bachelor degree programme in Export and Technology Management, you understand that effective technology is required to develop safe and successful products.

You can create marketing strategies that ensure that global sales targets are met. You will be ready to handle the cultural differences and take part in the internal sales processes and be part of the globalisation of markets.

Using your understanding of technology, you can contribute to the development of new products. You are knowledgeable about; design, quality, development, production planning and the day-to-day operations of a company.

As a bachelor of Export and Technology Management, you may find employment in Danish or international companies.

Examples of job titles are; an export consultant, logistics consultant, product consultant or procurement officer. In the long term, you may also become an export manager, product manager or procurement manager.


3½ years








1 semester

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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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Lone Lindstrøm Schwartzlose
Student Advisor

+45 72 69 14 18
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