CBS Full-time MBA, a long-term success

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This year's Full-time MBA students show that CBS' focus on diversity has led to long-term international success

 
09/18/2008

This year´s Full-time MBA students show that CBS' focus on diversity has led to long-term international success.

By focusing on diversity and entrepreneurship, the CBS Full-time MBA Programme has been able to compete and excel among the best MBA educations in the world. A result, that has been internationally recognised through, among other things, a 6th place finish in The Beyond Pinstripes ranking of European business schools, which is given by the Aspen Institute in the USA.

With 41 participants coming from 22 countries and with experience, which ranges from African emergency help to property financing, CBS demonstrates that the programme continues to attract highly qualified participants from all parts of the world.

One of the things we are particularly proud of is our ability to attract women to the programme. Whereby it is the norm within most MBA programmes that the composition of the class is almost entirely male that choose this difficult path, CBS in comparison is able to attract so many female participants that the ratio of female to male is over 30% every year since 2006.

Facts regarding the CBS Full-time MBA 2008:

Average age:

32.8 year

Work experience:

8.6 year

Nations represented:

Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Sudan, England, Bulgaria, Ghana, Portugal, USA, Tanzania, South Korea, Iceland, Mexico, India, The Netherlands, Malaysia, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Japan, Switzerland

MBA program price:

255,000 kr.

Length:

11.5 months

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