First full-scale English-taught programme is launched
In 1985, Handelshøjskolen takes another step towards becoming more international.
Handelshøjskolen is keen to develop its international profile. At the same time, the school wants to offer Danish students more general management training. The result is the launch of a new English-taught MSc programme called the Advanced Program in International Management (APIM). A number of exchange agreements between Handelshøjskolen and various business schools abroad are established. Only students with a BSc degree can apply to take the international programme as an additional qualification, and places are awarded by lottery.