Is an online degree as good as a campus degree?
Yes, it is. There is absolutely no distinction between the quality of online and campus programmes. You can be assured that all our online degrees have the same status as those awarded to graduates who studied on-campus.
How does online study work?
Asynchronous learning means that there are no set times for you to be online. You can log in to your classroom at times of the day and days of the week that suit you. This makes it possible for students in different time zones to participate in the asynchronous discussion threads that most lecturers run and that allow you to participate in online discussions when it suits you, and there will be webinars offered at regular intervals and video-recorded for those of you who cannot attend at specific times, or want to see them again.
The e-learning concept is designed in such a way that you can always keep track of your personal learning progression.
How many hours a week do I need to study?
On average, students spend around 5-10 hours per week on the E-BA programme. You may need more time, especially for your first module as you adjust to the learning platform, and you may need less for some modules. The time you need to spend studying will depend on many variables including your previous academic experience, your confidence with technology, and your English-language skills.
What are the costs?
The tuition fees amount to a total of DKK 65,000, which is paid in instalments through the programme. You pay per module that you enrol on, and you decide yourself how many modules you take at a time.
Please note that, since this is a British bachelor programme, you will not receive any study grants from the Danish authorities.
Do I need additional English qualifications?
You must have passed English at a certain level. Students from Denmark must have passed English at a level equivalent to a Danish Upper Secondary education at B-level. The English B-level is represented by 210 hours during the last three years of upper-secondary school (equivalent to the Danish B-level of a Danish upper-secondary examination).
Students from all other countries must present a recognised international English test, with a result equivalent to or better than:
For additional information on this programme please consult our webpage
In case you do not have the required academic qualifications described initially (to enroll into the programme) you can qualify by studying some free online courses (MOOCs) before you enroll on the E-BA. We have approved a number of courses provided by www.saylor.org, and if you want to qualify this way, please contact us for a complete list of the courses that you will need to take to be qualified.
Notice, that these courses will replace two years of full-time study (AP degree), so it will require you to put in quite a lot of time. But doing the courses is very flexible and you manage the progression of the courses yourself.
These online courses are free of charge, and as mentioned you may take them whenever and in any order you wish. When you have finished all the recommended MOOCs with a certificate, you will be qualified to be enrolled on our Bachelor (Hons) in International Business.
For further information contact player development manager in 4player, Anders Egholm, at:
You can also contact the programme directly:
Oksana Jørgensen, Director of E-learning
Keld Hvam, Academic Advisor