Handelshøjskolen becomes subject to Danish legislation

In 1951, the Danish parliament passes the first act on business schools.

After the founding of Aarhus Business School in 1939 and a small number of minor business schools in provincial towns offering only one diploma programme, the Danish parliament decides to pass the first act on business schools. All business schools are privately owned and operated by organisations such as the Danish Society for the Advancement of Business Education. With this act, a joint supervisory board is established for all business schools.