There are more than 8,000 applicants for CBS' master programmes. This is a record - and far more than we can accommodate. In July’s column from CBS’ Senior Management, President of CBS Per Holten-Andersen explains why many qualified applicants are rejected.
Nine universities, two countries and a group of adventurous and ambitious students. The first graduation ceremony has been held at Sino-Danish Center in Beijing, and Tanja Krawack from CBS' program Public Management & Social development was one of the graduates.
CBS International Office needs your help! It is a major challenge to find housing for CBS' incoming exchange students. Copenhagen residents can make a big difference both for CBS' own students and the incoming exchange students by renting out a spare room.
CBS appoints Danish expert in corporate finance from Columbia Business School and is guaranteed seven million kroner from the Danish Council for Independent Research for a project that will study Danish companies.
On Sunday 15 June, the CBS Admissions Office uploads the replies to this year's applications for master programmes. Applicants are either fully admitted, conditionally admitted or, unfortunately, rejected.