With the distinctiveness of its diversity, Copenhagen Business School aims to become a world-leading business university with teaching and research excellence in classical management disciplines (including finance and economics, accounting and operations management, marketing, strategic management and organisation) and in disciplines that place business in a wider social, political and cultural context.
CBS has a particular responsibility to bring knowledge and new ideas to companies and business organisations, to the next generation of business leaders, and to society as a whole. Specifically, and drawing upon our North European background and history, they will play a major role in the discussion of innovative and entrepreneurial business models, sustainable organisational forms and economic practices within the perspective of responsible management and leadership. They will nurture an entrepreneurial spirit within the University, encouraging to new ideas, open to local initiative, and flexible in the face of new possibilities.
CBS Career Centre builds bridges between CBS students and their future employer. They cooperate with companies on career-related activities to prepare students for their future career. They also make it possible for companies to brand themselves on campus and get in touch with the students.The CBS Career Centre offers a wide range of employer branding products - their biannual Career Fair, events at CBS or at company facilities, logo exposure on CBS auditoriums, campus stalls and much more.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Copenhagen Business School!
The Programme Administration Services handles and administrative development of all full-time programmes at bachelor and master's level at CBS.The Programme Administration Services has app. 80 full-time employees and consists of three areas: Administrative Planning Unit, Academic Affairs og Student Affairs. The Programme Administration Services refers to the Dean of Education.
They provide accommodation for international students. Students who have been admitted to the Summer University Programme will receive an email inviting them to apply for housing. The email will be sent to the email address supplied by the student. There is no possibility of applying before the link is received. In case they receive more applications than available rooms, the priority will be given to nominated exchange students and Non-European Freemovers. They do not provide housing for Danish students.
Use the library as a workplace, both for intensive study and group discussions. Find more information about study seats and study group rooms below.
The Programme Administration Services communicates primarily with CBS students via the student intranet: e-Campus.
The first letter in the name of the classroom indicates which building it is in. The rooms at Dalgas Have begin with the letters DH. The room DH 1V.015 is located in Dalgas Have on the first floor in the west wing. The rooms at Solbjerg Plads start with the letters SP, the rooms at Kilen start with a K, the rooms at Råvarebygningen start with PHR and PH indicates that the room is located at Porcelænshaven.There are classrooms at Solbjerg Plads, Kilen (the Wedge), Dalgas Have, Porcelænshaven, Råvarebygningen (the Warehouse) and Flintholm.
Creating a good and active social environment on your studies depends heavily on you and your fellow students. If you are proactive and arrange social and academic events and activities, the programme management will back you up and take initiatives that support student interaction and events. Each class has a class representative who meets with the programme management once every semester. If you want to influence the decision-making, you can become a representative for your class or run for the study board. Here you will have the opportunity to give feedback and influence the programme and its further development.
Since 2000 CBS has been accredited by EQUIS, and since 2007 also by AMBA. August 1st 2011 CBS received accreditation by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) as the first school in Scandinavia. CBS has thus acquired 'The Triple Crown', an acknowledgement only shared by around 50 business schools worldwide.
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