Quality and Accreditations
LEGAL STATUS AND ACCREDITATIONS:
Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College is an officially acknowledged Danish vocational college offering vocational upper secondary education and training programs accredited by the state according to the Consolidation Act on Vocational Education and Training no. 1269 of November 29th 2017.
Niels Brock operates as an international school offering postsecondary programs on the basis of;
- Franchise agreement with De Montfort University, Leicester, UK
- Franchise agreement with Middlesex University, London, UK
- Accreditation by American Accreditation Council of Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS)
The American Bachelor Program; BSc in Business Administration, is recognized to be comparable to a Danish Bachelor Degree within Business Administration. Consequently, graduates from the BSc in Business Administration are eligible to apply for postgraduate programs at Danish institutions. Read more here:
Please note that applying credits earned at Niels Brock’s BSc Program (accredited by ACICS) for admission to another institution is a decision exclusively made by the university or college to which the student applies. Niels Brock makes no representation whatsoever concerning the transferability of credits earned in the BSc Program.
Niels Brock - Copenhagen Business College provides each year a number of evaluations and accreditation documents. We wish to ensure that students receive the best possible education and training. Read more about our accreditations.
ACCREDITED MEMBER, ACICS
Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award the American Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) is listed as a national (American) recognized accrediting agency by the American Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the American Department of Education*. Here you can find our evaluations, catalog, and CAR for the ACICS accredited programs.
* Department of Education paused its recognition of ACICS from December 2016 till April 2018.
PERFORMANCE INFORMATION DISCLOSURE – ACICS
These are the self-reported data submitted to ACICS by the institution in its most recent Campus Accountability Report.
The rates below are calculated based on student data between July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018.
In connection with the development and sustainability of the American Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Niels Brock has established an Advisory Board. The idea behind such a Board is to give stakeholders a voice in the continued development of the BSc. In order to ensure a relevant educational program that meets the demands for a BSc, Niels Brock wishes to be challenged, assessed and inspired by relevant experts and stakeholders during the design and development of the BSc as well as during the delivery of the program. Another important reason for setting up an Advisory Board is to ensure an ongoing dialogue with representatives of employers, as well as with academia.
MAIN TASKS FOR THE ADVISORY BOARD:
- To contribute with future visions as to labor market developments and point to changes in competence requirements for current and future graduates
- To contribute with recommendations for the overall contents of the program within the given framework
the advisory board will typically meet once per semester.