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2014.10.29 | School of Business and Social Sciences

Establishing the faculty administration

The work to organise the BSS administration is in process. The goal is to create an administration, which, to

To reduce the increasing number of cases concerning cheating and plagiarism at BSS, the lecturers and teaching staff must help the students understand what cheating and plagiarism is. (Photo: Colourbox)

2014.10.29 | School of Business and Social Sciences

Help prevent students from cheating at exams

To reduce the increasing number of cases concerning cheating and plagiarism at BSS, the lecturers and teaching

Over the course of the spring semester, a working group of lecturers and students from the Department of Political Science and Government have been working on the reform of the Bachelor’s programme, and the proposal has now been unanimously approved by the board of studies. Photo: AU Communication

2014.09.18 | School of Business and Social Sciences

Two new courses and more confrontation hours on Political Science

The Bachelor’s degree programme in Political Science was actually ready to proceed in accordance with the stud

2014.10.14 | School of Business and Social Sciences

EQUIS accreditation to activities pertaining to the field of management and business studies

School of Business and Social Sciences (BSS) has just received the official letter from EFMD’s Awarding Body s

2014.10.29 | School of Business and Social Sciences

BSS Graduation 2014: the start of a hopefully lifelong relationship

On Friday 3 October, almost 450 participants gathered for the 2014 BSS Masters Graduation. The event this year

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EVENTS AT BSS

Mon 26 Jan
09:00-17:30 | The Conference center, Mogens Zielerstuen, Frederik Nielsens vej 2-4
Conference on Framework Agreements and Public Procurement Law in the European Perspective
Since the introduction of Framework Agreements (FAs) in 2004 by the Public Sector Directive, they have gained popularity and importance on the public tender market. It is argued that FAs are more efficient than traditional procurement as they save both the purchaser and the supplier the time, resources and costs associated with negotiating terms and conditions every time an individual contract is made. We invite all interested parties to the conference on Framework Agreements and Public Procurement Law on January 26, 2015.
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