About Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College
Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College, often known as Niels Brock, is a secondary and post-secondary education institution in Copenhagen, Denmark. The university has a history that dates back more than 140 years. It is an autonomous self-governing institution within the Danish education system, controlled by a board of business executives in collaboration with a rector who monitors day-to-day activities.
Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College is in the center of Denmark; Copenhagen. With its diverse academic programs, worldwide perspective, and high educational quality, this globally renowned educational institution welcomes students from many nations. Niels Brock Copenhagen Business School is active in a variety of international operations in Vietnam, China, and the United States, and it has over 1,500 students from countries other than Denmark. Niels Brock offers international students the unique opportunity to live and study in Copenhagen. Yet, studying at Niels Brock also entails gaining information about the business world, as well as acquiring competencies that are beneficial while working in a multicultural workplace and opening up doors to worldwide experiences and possibilities.
The skills and possibilities are gained as a result of the excellent teaching standards maintained at Niels Brock throughout all educations given to Danish and foreign students. Yet, it is also accomplished through partnership with other colleges. Three of the foreign programs, for example, are provided in conjunction with the Business School of De Montfort University, one of the major institutions in the United Kingdom. This gives foreign students in Denmark access to about 150,000 previous students from across the world. The university aims to guarantee that international students at Niels Brock not only learn about Danish culture, but also have a fully global perspective.
Niels Brock has a library on campus that is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There is a student lounge on campus for studying and group meetings, as well as a fully-stocked Canteen for all of your lunch and snack time demands. The library focuses on commercial course materials. The library has a wide range of handbooks, encyclopedias, newspapers, CD-ROMs, academic literature, Danish and international publications, and a modest collection of fiction. The library is open to all Niels Brock employees, students, and course participants.
Nørre Voldgade provides wireless Internet connections so that students may access the internet from their computers and cellphones. Every floor of the T-building has photocopiers and printers, allowing students to print, copy, and scan documents. It is also possible to print directly from the computers of the pupils.
Admission and Application Requirements
Undergraduate Programs and Admission Requirements
The school offers programmes within Bachelor in Business Administration, Bachelor in Business Management and Bachelor in Computer Science. The programs are implemented in compliance with the framework for Higher Education Qualifications in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland (FHEQ). All of them have 3 year duration.
Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College requires upper secondary education, including A-levels and high school degrees, with a minimum grade C in Mathematics, statistics, or related disciplines. IB: 28 points in HL, 625 overall.
For the English level, following is required;
IELTS academic: module overall 6.0 with 5.5 in each band component.
TOEFL score: 80 (internet based), 550 (paper based) or 213 (computer based)
PTE Academic: overall 50Test results should not be older than two years.
Admission decisions will be made within two weeks of the application deadline.
If you are accepted into the program, a Letter of Acceptance with payment information will be emailed to the email address you provided in your application.
NOTE: After accepted into the program, the first tuition payment is needed by the due date specified in your Letter of Admission.
Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College will provide you a signed ST1 residence permit application form within one week after receiving your money, allowing you to begin the visa application procedure. Applications must be made using the application form.
Postgraduate Programs and Admission Requirements
Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College offers Master’s degree in International Business Management and Master of Business Administration. A one and a half year programmes are provided for the students.
Because program spaces are limited, please apply as soon as possible to ensure a place.
- UK First or second class Honours degree in business, finance, or marketing, or Danish full-time professional Bachelor's degree in business, finance, or marketing with a high average, or Equivalent overseas qualifications, or De Montfort University Graduate Certificate in International Business with a 50% or higher average score
- Graduates of an American BSc program with a GPA of 2.50 or higher
- IELTS academic: total module score of 6.5, with 5.5 in each band component.
- Academic PTE: 58-64. Test results must be no more than two years old.
- Letter of Motivation
- Passport (must be valid for the duration of your studies)
Prices & Fees
Bachelors & Masters Degree Programs Tuition Fees
Tuition fees vary in accordance with the degree and major. Detailed information is listed above:
Bachelor’s Degree Fees:
BA (Hons) in Business Administration: DKK 92,000/ EUR 12,400
BSc (Hons) in Computer Science: DKK 285,000
BA (Hons) in Business Administration: DKK 92,000/ EUR 12,400
Master’s Degree Fees:
MSc Int. Business & Management: DKK 127,500/EUR 17,180
Accommodation and Cost of Living
The housing situation in Copenhagen is quite challenging, and finding suitable apartments will take some time and effort. A room in a youth hostel in central Copenhagen may be reserved for temporary stay (approx. 20 Euro per night in a shared room). There are also dorms that are available for the students.
Each person's monthly living expenses in Copenhagen are estimated to be around €1200. And those are the basic essentials.
As soon as you register in Denmark, you are entitled to free emergency medical care by a general practitioner and in public hospitals. It is thus strongly advised that you register as soon as possible after arriving in Denmark.
Copenhagen is the largest city in Scandinavia and one of the world's oldest and most beautiful capitals. It is the capital of the world's oldest kingdom and has a population of 1.5 million people.
Living with the Danes will introduce you to the ancient worship of "hygge," which is nearly hard to properly express but is a wonderful sensation of warmth and coziness enhanced by delicious food and drink! Copenhageners are usually pleasant and helpful, and the majority speaks English. Engaging with Danes is often done in a pleasant and informal setting.
In Copenhagen, there is a tradition that students go for a coffee or beer after class. They get involved in activities and socialize even outside of school. Although Copenhagen is a cold city, its people and student community are warm and welcoming. Adapting to the city won't be hard for the new comers.