CBS is introducing two new platforms; Diversity and Inequality. On this occasion, there will be entertainment, activities and panel debates, and you are invited. You can also attend a Business Connect event with Tommy Ahlers, Minister for Higher Education and Science, who will address the impact of digital transformation on society.
CBS’ Senior Management has decided to set up a position as vice dean of research with particular focus on external funding. Søren Hvidkjær, Dean of Research, has appointed Professor with special responsibilities (WSR) Nanna Mik-Meyer for this position as of mid-October 2018.
It’s the start of a new semester, also for Jens Bjørn Andersen, the CEO of DSV, a global transport and logistics company. He has agreed to be the new Executive in Residence at CBS, an initiative inviting executive managers from top Danish companies to spend a year studying at the university.
Meet Mark H. Moore from Harvard University – the man who coined the term "public value". Find out about the latest trends and research in entrepreneurship at this year's CBS Entrepreneurial Day along with over 4,000 participants. Hear about the challenges and opportunities of the circular economy. These are just a few of the events happening at CBS in September.
A ritual that teaches students to create both value and values, says Gregor Halff, Dean of Education, describing the Responsibility Day ceremony at CBS that will bring together 2,935 new students on their very first day. With the support of the sustainable fashion brand Carcel and EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager, new students will be made aware of their social responsibility. HRH The Crown Princess will also attend CBS Responsibility Day.
CBS has appointed Søren Bjerre-Nielsen, who has an impressive career and is best known for his long-standing chairmanship of the Danish Nationalbank, as adjunct professor. Today, he is chairman of the large construction company MT Højgaard, the skylight manufacturing company VELUX and VKR Holding, one of Denmark’s largest industrial companies.
CBS has had a small increase in the number of applicants for its programmes compared to last year. We offer the same amount of study places this year, and it has therefore become a bit more difficult to be accepted to some of the programmes. We look very much forward to seeing all the new students at CBS after the summer holidays.