Are you in doubt about where the future is going to take you? Or do you have a clear idea? In both cases, CBS career Fair is something for you. Attend 29 March and learn more about a range of companies from different industries.
On Friday a professor from Indiana University and one from Georgia State University will be awarded honorary doctorates by CBS. Attend their inaugural lectures on the same day in behavioural economics and welfare economics and partnerships in complex organisations.
Serial entrepreneur. Social entrepreneur. Passionate gastronome spanning from canteen operator over TV chef to being one of the architects behind the New Nordic Kitchen. Knight of the Order of the Dannebrog. Adjunct professor at CBS. Claus Meyer, cand.merc.int. (SPRØK) from 1991, was the obvious choice for Distinguished Alum in CBS’ centenary year.
Sustainability is the focus of week 11 at CBS. The theme of the week is "Green Week", where students have organised lectures and events centred on sustainability. At the same time, a new report about CBS' work in promoting sustainability has just been published.
A recently published ranking of universities offering business and management programmes places CBS next to a number of prominent business universities from all over the world. CBS' Executive MBA is also ranked nicely.
A piece of advice to young people who is going to enter higher education: Pick an education programme through which you can work with and become good at something that you find interesting - both during and after your studies. Interest and dedication will decide your future job opportunities.
Wednesday morning, Grundfos was revealed as this year's case company in the CBS Case Competition. More than 1,000 students now compete to present the best solution to a business challenge, where water, digitalisation and sustainability are natural elements.