CBS Receives AMBA Accreditation


for immediate release



(Copenhagen, Denmark) 17 December 2007 –
Copenhagen Business School (CBS) has become the first university in Denmark to receive the accreditation from the Association of MBAs (AMBA) in the United Kingdom.

The Association of MBAs is an independent international authority upholding the global standard for the MBA education. The accreditation process is rigorous. It involves an intensive self-audit by the school, followed by a panel of the Accreditation Assessment team visiting the school. The report praises, among others, the quality of our faculty and research. Furthermore, they are impressed by the internationalization process of CBS, the quality of students and alumni as well as the program champions.

“The accreditation by the Association of MBAs acknowledges that the MBA programs at CBS meet the highest standards on a worldwide scale. There are many MBA programs offered in the world. The accreditation stamp of approval definitely enhances the international standing of the MBA degree at CBS and our attractiveness to top students and faculty from the globe,” comments Prof. Christer Karlsson, Dean CBS Executive.

For more information, please contact:

Connie Tai

MBA Director

Tel: + 45 3815 3005


Ole Stenvinkel Nilsson

Director of Accreditation and Quality Assurance

Tel: + 45 3815 2055



Business School
(CBS) is one of the largest business schools in Northern Europe. The School was founded in 1917 to develop highly qualified people for the business sector. CBS Executive is the division at CBS that caters for the lifelong learning and leadership development for executives and professionals. The School offers a wide range of Executive Masters programs including the Full-time MBA, Executive MBA, MBA-TMO, Executive MBA in Shipping and Logistics, Master of Public Administration and master’s programs in corporate communication, health management and management development. CBS is also accredited by EQUIS and is a member of CEMs and PIM (Partnership in International Management).

Sidst opdateret: Communications // 17/12/2007