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Engage yourself in CBS and expand your network
As an alum, you can contribute to CBS’ development for the great benefit of yourself, the students, and CBS as a whole. Become a mentor, lecturer or guest lecturer. As a mentor for current students, you make a difference as a role model by developing the next generation while strengthening your skills yourself.
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Get off to a good start on your job search
As a student or recent graduate, you can get help with your career clarification and job search. Find your next job at CBS CareerGate, get feedback on your CV and cover letter, arrange for a phone call with a career counsellor, and join career seminars.
Create a profile at CBS CareerGate
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Keep your academic skills up to date
CBS offers both (summer)courses and executive degree programmes that can strengthen your professional profile and to keep you updated on the latest research.
During your studies, you had access to search for relevant research articles. As an alum, you get online access to market reports, and some of the most popular journals. You can also order books through CBS Library to get it delivered to your home address in Denmark. If you want to make use of this offer, please register with CBS Alumni.
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Events and news
Join us for the event CBS Business Connect, bringing to you the most recent research and facilitated networking with others from the business world. As a registered alum, you will receive an invitation to this and other events through CBS’ newsletter for alumni.
Find other CBS alumni
Become part of an independent alumni network or association and make use of your alumni network through CBS Alumni on LinkedIn and Facebook. You can also search for former classmates through CBS' university page on LinkedIn. For this page, you can get an insight into the professional profiles of alumni today.
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