Bachelor of Science in
Global Business Informatics

The Programme

Today, knowledge about IT systems is vital when working to create sustainable change in the world, developing business solutions in the private sector, and improving processes in public organisations. If you are passionate about creating new opportunities with digital technologies in society, influencing cultural and organisational development, and connecting people from across the globe, the three-year bachelor programme in Global Business Informatics is the right education for you.

Global Business Informatics is an interdisciplinary programme empowering you with the ability to see new possibilities in digital technologies and their application in society. With a degree in Global Business Informatics, you will be able to work with sustainable development in private enterprises, public institutions, and Non-Governmental Organisations.

The programme provides you with an in-depth understanding of how organisations implement and work with digital technologies across geographical borders, occupational spheres, and cultural backgrounds as well as how individual members of the workforce utilise digital technologies in their everyday work lives. In the programme, you gain analytical skills to work with automation, business analysis, and digital transformation while being trained in research methods and working ethically and critically with data.

All courses are taught in English. The curriculum's cases are selected among Danish and international organisations.

All graduates of the bachelor degree programme in Global Business Informatics may apply directly to the master programme in Digital Innovation & Management.


Meet a student from Global Business Informatics

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Is this programme for you?

Are you interested in how organizations navigate the world of technology? Do you like solving problems? Would you like to work on developing work processes in a larger organization? Then the programme in Global Business Informatics may be just the thing for you. Here, you have the opportunity to delve into the intersection of technology, society, and business, so you can be equipped for a career where you combine technological and societal knowledge with international business strategy.

Classes are taught in English. Therefore, you should have a good command of English. You will work with communication and learn to facilitate processes where you use your analytical skills.

This programme has a great deal of group work, so you should be motivated to collaborate with other students.

Global Business Informatics is all about interdisciplinarity. You will learn how enterprises and organisations can work smarter by means of IT. So, if you have a sociological, technical, or corporate interest, you will feel at home at the IT University. The opportunity to investigate and collaborate with organisations as part of the courses is the best thing about Global Business Informatics, because you actually learn to apply theory in practice.

Pamina, student in Global Business Informatics

Programme Structure

The bachelor programme in Global Business Informatics is a three-year full-time study divided into six semesters. Each semester includes both courses and project work, which means that you will be able to apply theory in practice.

The programme is designed so that you gain a thorough understanding of the three central areas: technology, society, and business. The interdisciplinary approach gives you insight into how IT solutions are part of complex organizational and societal structures. During the programme, you learn to identify, analyse, and solve specific problems, and you get to work with organizational theory, global dynamics, and management challenges and acquire tools to bridge the gap between IT and the business world.

The IT University is continuously in dialogue and close collaboration with relevant companies, and through this, offers projects to students. Throughout the bachelor's programme, you develop new methods and technical skills while learning the applied skills within Global Business Informatics.

See curriculum for BSc in Global Business Informatics

Course of study for BSc in Global Business Informatics    
1. semester Society & Technology
(15 ECTS)
Business Foundations
(7,5 ECTS)
Introduction to Programming
(7,5 ECTS)
2. semester Qualitative Methods and Reflections
(15 ECTS)
IT & Work Design
(7,5 ECTS)
Database and Information System Foundations
(7,5 ECTS)
3. semester

Enterprise Systems & Platform Ecosystems
(15 ECTS)
Organisational Analysis
(7,5 ECTS)
Global Project Management
(7,5 ECTS)
4. semester
Business Process Improvement & Automation
(15 ECTS)
Quantitative Methods & Business Analytics
(7,5 ECTS)
Critical Data & Ethics
(7,5 ECTS)
5. semester
IT, Globalisation & Culture
(15 ECTS)
Sustainable IT
(7,5 ECTS)
(7,5 ECTS)
6. semester
Bachelor Project
(15 ECTS)
IT Governance & Enterprise Architecture
(7,5 ECTS)
(7,5 ECTS)
Business content
Social science content
Programming and IT development
Research and scientific focus
Mathematics content

Electives and bachelor project

The electives and the bachelor project provide you with an opportunity to shape your own profile. You can choose between a number of courses offered at the IT University at the bachelor's level, or even take electives at other Danish or international universities. The bachelor project can be done in groups or individually.

See a description of all courses




The teaching methods are mostly informal and dialogue-based, inspired by a student-centered learning approach. They combine lectures and group exercises, and more uniquely fieldwork in companies, where students work closely with employees at many levels.

Students work with many different companies from the United Nations, Ørsted, SAP, Copenhagen Municipality, and Taxa as well as smaller enterprises.

The programme for Global Business Informatics is developed in cooperation with the business community. Project work is a significant part of the programme and enables you to engage in collaborations – not only with other students but also with companies and organizations.

The global perspective is an important part of the programme. Therefore, it is carried out primarily in English and many professors you will meet have an international background. As a Global Business Informatics student, you will improve your English skills and have good opportunities to study abroad as part of the programme.

Student projects

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Further education

Upon successfully completing the programme, you will hold the academic title of BSc (Bachelor of Science). This qualifies you to continue your studies in a master's programme at the IT University or another Danish or foreign university in the areas of science, social science, and technology.

You are guaranteed access to the MSc programme in Digital Innovation & Management at the IT University for three years after graduation, if you have completed your BSc degree after January 1, 2019 (legal right to admission).

Moreover, you are qualified to apply for the MSc programme in Digital Design and Interactive Technology (Danish programme) and the MSc programme in Software Design.

Career prospects

With a bachelor's degree in Global Business Informatics, you are equipped to develop work processes, implement new IT systems, and coordinate projects. You gain strong skills in communication, facilitation, and problem-solving. The programme's global perspective gives you career opportunities in both Danish and international contexts.

What career paths are available to you?

Business Analyst: Analyzing business needs, helping to design solutions and improve processes, often in larger companies, consulting firms, or public organizations.

IT Project Manager: Managing IT projects from start to finish and ensuring that goals are met within time and budget, typically in tech companies or larger organizations.

Digital Transformation Consultant: Advising organizations on how to implement digital technologies to improve their business, often employed in consulting companies.

Business Process and Automation Consultant: Helping companies optimize and automate their business processes, often employed in consulting firms or larger organizations.


Data Analyst: Analyzing data to create insights that support business decisions, typically in tech companies, the financial sector, or marketing agencies.

Product Owner: Responsible for defining and prioritizing product functionalities and ensuring that the product meets customers' needs, often in larger companies or software development companies.

Enterprise Architect: Designing and implementing IT and business structures that support a company's strategy and goals, often employed in larger companies or public institutions.



Career portrait

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Student exchange

You have the opportunity to study a semester abroad as part of your BSc in Global Business Informatics.

The IT University has exchange agreements with universities around the world. For Global Business Informatics students, we recommend:

  • Australia – Queensland University of Technology
  • Canada – Algoma University
  • China – City University of Hong Kong
  • France – University of Montpellier 2
  • France – ESSEC Business School
  • Germany – Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
  • New Zealand – Auckland University of Technology
  • Portugal – University Nova Lisboa 
  • Singapore – Singapore Management University
  • South Korea – Hanyang University
  • South Korea – Inha University 
  • Taiwan – National Taipei University of Technology
  • The United States – Boston University
  • Vietnam – FPT University

Admission Figures

  • Global Business Informatics will admit approximately 60 new students in 2024.
  • 80 % will be distributed through quota 1, and 20 % through quota 2.
  • Indicative average mark from 2023 in quota 1: 8.3 and 2022 in quota 1: 8.0.

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