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
Abeo A/S was once the entrepreneur project of three CBS students. Now it has won a European prize that proclaims the company to be one of the hopes of the future. This adventure started at CBS within CSE, who helped pave the way for the prize.
CBS Maritime plays an important part in new collaborations with the shipping industry and across universities. A maritime research event at CBS emphasised the need and received a prominent visit by Morten Østergaard, Minister for Science, Innovation and Higher Education. CBS has just sent an application to the Danish accreditation operator ACE Denmark for the first Danish, academic programme in shipping economics at undergraduate level
Dropping out of university to become a great entrepreneur is nothing but a myth. The vast majority of students who want to become entrepreneurs are better off using the knowledge provided by a university, says Per Holten-Andersen, President of CBS
A week ago a team of CBS students competed against schools like INSEAD (France), University of Oxford (UK) and Warwick Business School (UK) and was awarded second place at the International Business Ethics Case Competition (IBECC) in San Diego. Read the three graduate students’ story on their exciting journey