International relations

Aalborg University Business School partners with universities and scholars from all over the world, promoting scientific education and research within the broad disciplinary fields of business administration and economics.

Every year we send students to study at partner universities, and we welcome exchange students from our partners around the world. We strive to give all our international students the best possible AAU experience. 

We deliver relevant research of the highest quality in our strive to contribute with business-critical insights that make a difference to society. We build strong partnerships through research collaboration with like-minded educational institutions thereby enhancing knowledge sharing and thinking for the future.

Education

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    Exchange agreements

    ECIU

    Since 1997 Aalborg University has been a member of ECIU (The European consortium of Innovative Universities), which is a European network with focus on innovation activities. 
    Read more about ECIU on the ECIU homepage.


    Erasmus+

    Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support the mobility of students and staff. All our Erasmus+ partners offer studies in the field of business, management and economics. 
    Read more about Erasmus+ on the homepage of the European Commission.


    NOREK

    NOREK is a Nordplus network in business and economics - student and staff exchange to Nordic countries. The network consists of 26 Nordic partner universities offering studies in the field of business, management and economics. 
    Read more about Nordplus on the homepage of the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science.


    SINO-DANISH CENTRE FOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH (SDC)

    SDC is a network between eight Danish universities, the Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) and the University and the Chinese Academy of Science (UCAS). SDC’s activities include Danish-Chinese research collaborations within a number of focus areas, eight double-degree master's programmes with an annual intake of approx. 150 master's students and education of a large number of PhD students. At the Faculty of Social Sciences and Aalborg University Business School, the collaboration was anchored in relation to the establishment of the Innovation Management programme in 2011. Read more about SDC on the website of the partnership.

     

Research

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    International partnerships and networks

    AAUBS actively participates in international associations and network focusing on our core research disciplines.


    ECIU

    Since 1997 Aalborg University has been a member of ECIU (The European consortium of Innovative Universities), which is a European network with focus on innovation activities. 
    Read more on the ECIU homepage.


    Erasmus+

    Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support the mobility of students and staff. All our Erasmus+ partners offer studies in the field of business, management and economics. 
    Read more about Erasmus+ on the homepage of the European Commission.


    NOREK

    NOREK is a Nordplus network in business and economics - student and staff exchange to Nordic countries. The network consists of 26 Nordic partner universities offering studies in the field of business, management and economics. 
    Read more about Nordplus on the homepage of the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science.


    NORSI

    The Nordic Research School in Innovation and Entrepreneurship (NORSI) is a networked based research school for PhD students in the Nordic countries within the field of innovation and entrepreneurship.
    Read more on the NORSI homepage.


    SINO-DANISH CENTRE FOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH (SDC)

    SDC is a network between eight Danish universities, the Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) and the University and the Chinese Academy of Science (UCAS). SDC’s activities include Danish-Chinese research collaborations within a number of focus areas, eight double-degree master's programmes with an annual intake of approx. 150 master's students and education of a large number of PhD students. At the Faculty of Social Sciences and Aalborg University Business School, the collaboration was anchored in relation to the establishment of the Innovation Management programme in 2011. Read more on the SDC homepage.

     

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    Visiting scholars and guest researchers

    AAUBS welcomes the active exchange of faculty with partner institutions. 

    Bernhard Lingens, Visiting Professor, Institute of Marketing and Analytics (IMA), University of Lucerne. 

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