• 30.07.2013

    The year’s grade point averages are ready

    Five percent more bachelor students will be accepted at CBS this year, but nevertheless it has become more difficult to be admitted to your dream education in Frederiksberg, as seen by the grade point averages.
  • 11.07.2013

    More applicants for undergraduate programmes

    The number of applicants for undergraduate programmes at CBS rose by 10% in 2013. Two new programmes in project management and European business have gone like hot cakes and have together attracted one applicant in five.
  • 08.07.2013

    Sweden beats Denmark in annual general meetings

    New research from CBS' World Class Research Environments shows that investors in Swedish companies experience more democratic conditions compared with Danish investors in Danish companies.
  • 20.06.2013

    Conference feels the pulse of the financial crisis

    Five times before, the International Risk Management Conference has brought together leading researchers and business executives from all over the world. For the first time, Denmark provides the framework for this important international conference with CBS as host
  • 18.06.2013

    Record-high enrolment of master students at CBS

    CBS has offered 4,315 applicants a place in a master programme after the summer holiday. This is an increase of 9 percent compared to 2012 and the highest number of applicants ever
  • 18.06.2013

    Quota 2 students perform better

    CBS has collected a large amount of data, which shows that students enrolled via quota 1 complete their studies faster but tend to drop out more often during their studies than those enrolled via quota 2, says Sven Bislev, Vice Dean for Education and Michael Møller Nielsen, Senior Advisor at CBS
  • 12.06.2013

    MBA of the Year Announced

    Aida Kiangi, Country Director for Action Aid in Tanzania, won the coveted title MBA of the Year 2013.