Business Administration

Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management

Our Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) is a four year, career-oriented international business program with strong ties to the international marketplace. This program offers three concentrations: finance, marketing, and hospitality management. 

ONLY ACCEPTING STUDENTS INTO THE FINAL YEAR OF THE PROGRAM.

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Practical Information

Students have the option of choosing a concentration in the final two years in either finance, marketing, or hospitality management.

 

FINANCE CONCENTRATION

The purpose of the Finance Concentration is to educate graduates to understand practice and are able to apply theories and methodologies within international business and finance and who can perform advisory and administrative functions including customer-oriented tasks in the specific financial market place as well as in the finance departments of enterprises.

MARKETING CONCENTRATION

The purpose of the Marketing Concentration is to educate graduates to understand practice and are able to apply theories and methodologies within international business and marketing and who can independently and professionally perform duties related to international business and marketing in the international market place.

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION

The purpose of the Hospitality Management Concentration is to educate graduates to understand practices, apply theories and methodologies within international business and hospitality management, and perform advisory and administrative functions including customer-oriented tasks in specific hospitality markets, as well as larger hospitality and tourism enterprises in general.

For more information on our program, click on the tabs in this section.

For more information, see our Program Structure tab.  A full description of all courses, including the general education course work can be found in our Catalog.

Finance Concentration:

Marketing Concentration:

Hospitality Management Concentration:

  • Financial Products and Services
  • Financial Modeling
  • Counseling and Sales
  • Financial Statement Analysis
  • Financial Econometric Modeling
  • Venture Capital and Private Equity
  • Advanced Financial Management
  • Experience Economy
  • Business to Business Marketing 
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Developing the Sales Base 
  • Innovation 
  • Marketing Instruments
  • Buying Behavior
  • Hospitality Industry Environment
  • Kitchen Operations 
  • Food & Beverage Operations
  • Food Cost Control & Management
  • Rooms Division Operations
  • Catering Operations & Management
  • World Wine Vintages
  • Hospitality Instruments

 

The Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) bachelor program allows students to complete the Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) bachelor program on campus.

The program is available for students who have been accepted into the program and are able to obtain a Danish residence permit for the purposes of studying.

Information specific to the program is outlined below:

 

The final intake for the program will commence in September 2021. Only students who have completed the first three years of the program are eligible. Courses will not be available following the completion of the Spring 2022 semester. In order to graduate students will need to have completed all program requirements by 1 October 2022.

 

Mode of Delivery

The program is offered fully residential.

Note: due to the COVID-19 restrictions that are currently in place in Denmark all classes are currently online. A variety of delivery methods are used, depending on the course content, including: online lectures and demonstrations; threaded discussions; collaborative learning; multimedia presentations; text presentations; online drill and practice; research; case studies; and problem solving.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

* High school diploma or equivalent. Foreign transcripts will be assessed by the Niels Brock enrollment officers with the assistance of approved credit evaluation service agencies.

* Minimum of 250 hours in high school level Mathematics or Business Economics. Please have your previous education institution(s) complete the verification form.

* Essay (max 250 words). Please answer in your essay: Given your personal background, describe an experience that illustrates how your presence as an active member of our student body would add diversity to the college community. Or describe an encounter you have had that demonstrated the importance of diversity to you.

* ACT/SAT Test Results (optional)

* English Proficiency exam results. Applicants that come from countries with English as an official language and the language of instruction in higher education are exempt. Please refer to the following list to see if you are exempt. 

NOTE: Test results cannot be more than 2 years old.

TEST

SCORE

IELTS Academic Test

6.5

TOEFL (internet-based test)

85

TOEFL (paper-based test)

565

PTE Academic 58-64

SAT Critical Reading section or SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing

500

ACT English section

21

Cambridge English Certificate

Minimum level C1

British Ordinary Level English Language Exam (GCE/GCSE/IGCSE)

Grade A or B in First Language English

 

TRANSFER OF CREDITS

Transfer of credits may be given to students who have already completed equivalent courses prior to starting the Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) program. Such courses will be assessed individually by the Niels Brock enrollment officers/academic advisers. 

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

All applicants must submit to the Admissions Office:

  1.      Application for admission (See 'Application' tab below)
  2.      Official high school transcripts and diploma translated into English*
  3.      Verification form confirming Mathematics and Business Economics background
  4.      English proficiency test results or letter stating why you are exempt
  5.      Essay (max. 250 words). Please answer in your essay: Given your personal background, describe an experience that illustrates how your presence as an active member of our student body would add diversity to the college community. Or describe an encounter you have had that demonstrated the importance of diversity to you.

OPTIONAL DOCUMENTS:

  1.       ACT/SAT test results (or regional/national standardized test from home country, please inquire to which test are accepted)

*Official transcript from each institution attended. Applicants from non-English speaking countries must provide an official literal English translation of their official school records.

Student Contract, Fall (August) 2018

 

**Applicants are reviewed without regard to age, color, creed, marital status, national or ethnic origin, physical disability, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or veteran status**

Resources and Equipment Required

Students must have a computer with internet access, webcam, and headset with microphone. All programs are available online via most common browsers. Students will have access to all materials provided for the equivalent on-campus course. All students are offered Office 365 for download, which is available throughout the entire course.

 

Tuition

Tuition for the residential program is EUR 5,800 per semester.

 

Students wishing to terminate their studies prior to each semester must notify the administration in writing to international@brock.dk 30 calendar days prior to the first payment deadline date of each semester. If no written notice is received by that date the student is liable for payment of that semester’s full fee.

 

Special Costs

There are no additional costs. Textbooks and limited printing are included in the tuition fee.

 

Curriculum

Please refer to the Catalog.

 

Student Privacy and Identity

The Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College policy describes:

  • Which personal information is gathered and how it is used;
  • How Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College handles, stores and protects personal data; and
  • How you can access the personal data that NBCBC has registered concerning you.

 

The policy is in compliance with the European Union General Data Protection Act article 13 and 14.

 

Upon enrollment, students receive a unique login username and password. The very first step required for new online students is to change their password. In addition, Niels Brock notes that the responsibility for one’s account is personal and may not be transferred to anyone else. There are no additional charges for the verifications of student’s identity.

 

Student identity will be verified using passport or photo identification during the induction process prior to commencement of classes.

 

The most up to date and comprehensive information regarding Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College’s terms of use and privacy protection policy is available at https://copenhagenbusinesscollege.com/about-copenhagen-business-college/terms-of-use

Students who have successfully completed the first three years of the Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) bachelor’s program, or equivalent, have the option to complete the final year of the program online.

The final intake for the program will commence in September 2021. Courses will not be available following the completion of the Spring 2022 semester. In order to graduate students will need to have completed all program requirements by 1 October 2022.

 

Mode of Delivery

100% online. A variety of delivery methods are used, depending on the course content, including: online lectures and demonstrations; threaded discussions; collaborative learning; multimedia presentations; text presentations; online drill and practice; research; case studies; and problem solving.

 

Admission Requirements

All students must have passed the first three years of the program, or equivalent. Students must submit:

  • An application for admission. Apply here
  • Official transcripts translated into English;
  • A GPA of at least 2.0 on the US 4.0 scale;
  • Proof of at least two years of higher education in English
  • Copy/picture of passport or equivalent photo identification

 

Admissions Test

No Admissions test is required.

 

Resources and Equipment Required

Students must have a computer capable of running MS Office or equivalent with internet access, webcam, and headset with microphone. All programs are available online via most common browsers. Students will have access to all materials provided for the equivalent residential course. All students are offered Office 365 for download, which is available throughout the entire course. 

 

Tuition

Tuition for the online option is USD4600 per year.

 

Students wishing to terminate their studies prior to commencement must notify the administration in writing to international@brock.dk 30 calendar days prior to the payment deadline date. lf no written notice is received by that date the student is liable for payment the full fee.

 

Diversity scholarships are available, please refer to the Catalog for further information.

 

Special Costs

Students are required to purchase their own textbooks, the price of books for each semester is approximately USD240.

 

Curriculum

Please refer to the Catalog. 

 

Student Privacy and Identity

The Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College policy describes:

  • Which personal information is gathered and how it is used;
  • How Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College handles, stores and protects personal data; and
  • How you can access the personal data that NBCBC has registered concerning you.

 

The policy is in compliance with the European Union General Data Protection Act article 13 and 14.

 

Upon enrollment, students receive a unique login username and password. The very first step required for new online students is to change their password. In addition, Niels Brock notes that the responsibility for one’s account is personal and may not be transferred to anyone else. There are no additional charges for the verifications of student’s identity.

 

Student identity will be verified using passport or photo identification during the induction process prior to commencement of classes.

 

The most up to date and comprehensive information regarding Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College’s terms of use and privacy protection policy is available at https://copenhagenbusinesscollege.com/about-copenhagen-business-college/terms-of-use. More detailed information is also available here: https://nielsbrock.dk/anvendelse-af-cookies (in Danish, however, can be easily translated into English using a variety of commonly available browser add-ons).

SPRING SEMESTER (JANUARY)

For the spring semester, all courses will commence in week 5. All exams for the spring semester will take place from week 22.

FALL SEMESTER (AUGUST)

In the fall semester, courses will commence mid-August and finish early December after which the students will attend their final exams. The detailed plan will be decided upon in cooperation between the program management and faculty.

Emphasizing a generalist and career-oriented approach to management education, the Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) program trains students to become well-rounded employees and middle managers who can analyze problems and propose workable solutions.

As to further education, students who successfully complete our Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) and meet the admission requirements, will be given direct access to our Master of Science in International Business Management.

Graduates may also apply to one of the many Master's programs within business studies offered at other Danish and foreign universities.

Enrollment will depend on the specific admission requirements of the receiving university.

If you want to get in touch with a local agent that can help you get more information about studying at Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College, you can find their contact information here.

Code of Conduct

Sample Agency Agreement

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 Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) degree, is recognized to be comparable to a Danish Bachelor Degree within Business Administration. Consequently, graduates from the Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) are eligible to apply for postgraduate programs at Danish institutions. Read more here

Please note that applying credits earned at Niels Brock’s Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) 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 Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) 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. 

ACCREDITED MEMBER, ACICS

Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools. The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) is listed as a national (American) recognized accrediting agency by 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. 

Niels Brock - Copenhagen Business College is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). The Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) is included in Niels Brock - Copenhagen Business College's grant of accreditation

You will find the current Catalog here.

Catalog 2021-22

Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College is committed to create a genuinely international experience for students studying in Denmark. This is reflected both in the content of our programs and in the student body. Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College has approved applications for the Business Administration (Concentration in Finance, Marketing, or Hospitality Management) from 18 countries and has a current student body representing 8 countries. Learn more.