15 March, 12 noon (CET) is the deadline for Quota 2 applications and for applicants with a non-Danish secondary education. To help you get your application ready and to answer some of your questions up front, this article holds the answers to the most frequent questions.
This year the education programmes are breaking the record with very high grade point averages. Tight financing of CBS by the Danish Parliament and a larger proportion of quota II places than at other universities are the reasons for the record-high grade point averages.
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.
CBS has now launched the new programme administration system STADS, which provides students with smarter self-service. The Programme Administration encourage students to check if their data is correct.
CBS has received approval for an ambitious bachelor degree programme in shipping with an internship in the maritime sector. The new programme will be launched in 2014 and was created as a direct result of CBS Maritime’s response to recommendations from the government’s growth team for Blue Denmark
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.