An inspiring and attractive place to work
Copenhagen Business School offers you an international environment that stimulates innovation, experiments and originality. We support the development opportunities of the individual employee by establishing a learning environment that promotes knowledge sharing (locally and globally), job enlargement and cooperative ways of working such as in teams, networks and projects. We offer a company culture that promotes venture spirit and the desire to experiment as well as a performance-based bonus system for employees at all levels. We facilitate international collaboration opportunities by providing professional support not only for incoming employees, but also for outbound employees staying abroad for a period.
Copenhagen Business School is recognised by the European Commission for its commitment to fostering good working conditions and career development for researchers by complying with The European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the recruitment of researchers (ECRCC). Learn more by clicking on the site HR Excellence in Research in the menu to your right.
Attractive conditions for international employees
Faculty members recruited internationally have especially attractive conditions. Favourable tax conditions are offered to foreign faculty (assistant professor and up) for a 5 year period and all employees are guaranteed equal and free access to the Danish health-care system and social security. We value each other's differences and offer equal opportunities for all employees in an internationally oriented working environment which is diverse and characterised by interdisciplinary collaboration both internally, regionally and globally.
Copenhagen Business School wishes to create a working environment with a satisfactory balance between work and private life, which is beneficial to CBS as well as the individual staff member. The employee's needs for a high degree of flexibility are considered and balanced in view of the execution of tasks. CBS offers especially attractive conditions for families by for instance offering pregnancy/maternity/parental leave with salary and time off to care for your family.
You can learn more by viewing CBS' Human Resource Policy located to your right
Frequently asked questions:
As a public univeristy employment terms including salary are governed by a set of collective agreements and various legal acts. Terms of employment for all emplyees at CBS are desribed in the guide Employment at CBS which is located to your right. The guide also includes a description of terms that apply especially to faculty staff.
As a public university the assessment and appointment of faculty staff (including PhDs) is done in accordance with the Ministerial Order on the Appointment of the Academic Staff at Universities and the Job Strucure for Academic Staff at Universities which you can find to your right. A short description of academic positions, assessment and appointment is also provided in the guide Employment at CBS which you will also fint to your right.
Salary for faculty members at Danish univerisities is regulated by the Collective Agreement for Academic Staff in Governmant Service. The collective agreement contains 3 different salary scales and you will be placed on the relevant salary scale according to your educational background and work experience. On top of the base salary and prenegotiated allowances entailed in the collective agreement it is also possibel to negotiate individual allowances. Salary is negotiated between the CBS Senior Management and the CBS union representative on your behalf (Professors can choose to negotiate on their own behalf. In the guide Employment at CBS located to your right you can find an INDICATIVE salary overview for faculty at CBS.
There are many things you need to consider when relocating to Denmark, i.e.tax, work and residence permit, registration in Denmark, Danish culture and society etc.You can learn more about relocation by visiting our website Coming to Denmark which you can locate in the menu to your right.
All vacant positions are always advertised on our website Vacant Positions which is located in the menu to your right. In some cases, they are also advertised in the daily and specialist press. Because all positions are advertised, we do not receive unsolicited, unless these are applications for positions with wage subsidy, flexible jobs or similar positions.