For the first time master's students in the Business Administration and Philosophy (FLØK) programme at CBS have had the opportunity to have a mentor. The idea came from a student and was put into practice in cooperation with CBS Alumni.
What exactly are CBS alumni on the lookout for when they embark on continuing education? The vice dean of CBS Management Programmes, Christian Tangkjær, decided to find the answer to this question. The answer was mixed, but it was clear that alumni were especially interested in continuing education in management.
Two CBS alumni with top-ranking jobs at Google and eBay talk about today’s most prominent digital trends. Read what Google’s Country Manager Nordics, SMB Sales, Peter Scharff has to say about trends, how he got the job and what it’s like to work at Google.
Two CBS alumni with top-ranking jobs at Google and eBay talk about today's most prominent digital trends. Read what eBay Managing Director Nikolaj Gjeding Larsen has to say about trends, how he got the job and what it's like to work at eBay.
The chair of the board of directors of Danske Bank doesn’t remember his time at CBS for the social aspects. During his degree he held down a full-time job, leaving him with only evenings and weekends to study. Read about his experiences at CBS and important moments in his career. Ole Andersen was recently appointed adjunct professor at the Centre for Corporate Governance at CBS.
Creating guidelines for employees' use of social media is a complicated issue. Many organisations inadvertently restrict employees' freedom of expression and interfere in their private life. Michael Etter, Postdoc at the Department of International Business Communication at CBS, advises companies to make their employees ambassadors instead of restricting them.
Almost 1500 graduates have received the title of MSc BACL (cand.merc.(jur.)) from CBS over the past 30 years. The programme combines law and business and these days it is one of CBS' five biggest graduate programmes in terms of the number of graduates.
Andreas Nicolaisen was appointed as the first honorary alumnus in the history of CBS on Friday. He was awarded this honour for his contributions to the field of accounting and for his significant charity work.