Get involved in CBS

Alumni contribute to CBS in many different ways. You can contribute by becoming a mentor or censor, to mention a few.

CBS has a history of engaging its alumni to inspire and teach the students at CBS as well as contributing to science and research. An example of that history is CBS’s first honorary alumnus, Andreas Nicolaisen, who, throughout his life, has been involved in CBS and has contributed to an extraordinary extent.

Learn more about CBS's first honorary alum, Andreas Nicolaisen


Get involved in CBS

There are multiple ways for alumni to get involved in CBS and contribute to the development of CBS for the benefit of yourself, the students, and CBS as a whole:

Become an external examiners (in Danish)

Learn more and apply to become an external examiner (in Danish)

Become a part-time lecturer/external lecturer or instructor

Learn more and see vacant positions

Become a guest lecturer or advisory board member

They are recruited directly by the departments

Become a mentor

Learn more on how to become a mentor in CBS Mentoring Programme

Learn more on how to become a mentor at CBS MBA Career Mentor Program

Learn more on how to become a mentor at the mentor programme at Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship

The page was last edited by: Alumni // 11/15/2021