Academy of Technologies and Business


The philosophy of is to benefit from size but at the same time to be unique with a strong local profile and study environment at each campus.


Today, approximately 3,000 students study at the five campuses. The academy has five international campuses located in the cities of Roskilde, Køge, Næstved, Slagelse and Nykøbing Falster, offering programmes for a steadily growing number of international students as well as Danish students.


Zealand Academy of Technologies and Business offers a number of international Ordinary Higher Education Programmes within business and IT. They rank from Academy Profession Programmes (Diploma Programmes) to undergraduate programmes (Professional Bachelor Programmes).

All programmes are national programmes accredited by the Danish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education and in accordance with the ECTS-system (European Credit Transfer System). Uniquely, all ordinary higher education programmes have a mandatory internship period.

Zealand also offer a number of Adult/Continuing Higher Education programmes in the field of Leadership. These programmes are for prospective students with a work experience already but wishing to strengthen and develop their skills and qualifications further.

A long tradition in a modern environment

As a regional merger of educational Institutions, most dating back more than 100 years, Zealand has a strong and profound educational profile based on tradition and best practices.

Through our constant endeavours to meet the increasing demands from the business sector for high-quality education and training, we offer a modern study environment of academic learning combined with elements of general education and social competence.

A self-governed public institution

Zealand is a self-governed public institution under the supervision of the Danish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education.

Zealand was founded in 2008.


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