The Economist ranks the Copenhagen MBA among top 30 globally for personal development and educational experience

On 21 January 2021, The Economist released their annual ranking, revealing that the Copenhagen MBA holds place 64 globally.

02/01/2021

The Economist ranks the Copenhagen MBA among top 30 globally for personal development and educational experience

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On 21 January 2021, The Economist released their annual ranking, revealing that the Copenhagen MBA holds place 64 globally. Using responses to quantitative and qualitative questions from thousands of current and former MBA students, the ranking evaluates programmes based on four broad areas: Career opportunities, personal development, salary, and opportunity to network.

An area where the Copenhagen MBA came out strong was the sub-category ‘personal development and educational experience’. Here, the programme placed among the top 30 globally.

“We are glad to see these developments since the programme emphasises the student’s learning journey from the very first day of classes,” said Gitte Kramhøft Jakobsen, Head of Programme Management, CBS MBA. “Academic learnings are extremely important, but so are personal development and growth. Our programme pillars such as the leadership discovery process and the managing my career course are designed to support this.”

Professor Andreas Rasche spearheads the Copenhagen MBA from the academic side.

“The Full-time MBA market is characterised by fierce competition. We will continue to strive to deliver academic excellence and an outstanding student experience,” he said. “Our students deserve nothing less.”

To view the full rankings, please visit The Economist here:

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