The Copenhagen MBA - Top 30 MBA Programmes in the Financial Times 2021 European Business School Ranking
The Copenhagen MBA has been ranked among the top 30 MBA Programmes in the Financial Times 2021 European Business School Ranking
The Copenhagen Business School MBA has been ranked among the top 30 MBA Programs in the Financial Times European Business School Ranking 2021. The ranking includes 95 renowned universities from across Europe. And specifically in Scandinavia, Copenhagen Business School has been ranked 2nd among rival business schools.
Copenhagen Business School (CBS) is a century-old institution and one of the largest business schools in Northern Europe with over 22,000 students in total. As one of just a handful of business schools to be accredited by AMBA, EQUIS and AACSB, an MBA from Copenhagen Business School is a globally-respected qualification. Designed to offer a challenging combination of theory and practice, participants benefit from an unrivalled business focus that draws heavily from real-life scenarios. They also develop a strategic understanding of the theories, concepts and methods that drive managerial decision making in the 21st Century.
This year, the MBA Programs are celebrating 10 Years of Sustainability and Responsible Management in the programme. Denmark is at the forefront of Corporate Social Responsibility and sustainable business practices, and as such an MBA from CBS offers an unrivaled curriculum where participants learn how to practice sustainable leadership within and outside the classroom.
“The Copenhagen MBA is a life-changing and rewarding experience. Teaming up with fellow international students, learning from world-class faculty and living in a city which embraces innovation and sustainability are all part of a journey that will stretch your mind and challenge your perspectives. ” - Poul Hedegaard, MBA Programs Director, Copenhagen Business School