Campus Activities

CO2 neutral campus? Sports? Management Consulting?, Diversity? CBS is buzzing with activities even after classes have ended

 


Campus activities:

Most campus activities are rooted in CBS students web page.

 

Become a Buddy for incoming exchange students:

At Copenhagen Business School we have a "Buddy Programme" system where each exchange student is assigned a CBS "Buddy", who helps in getting through the first few weeks in the new surroundings.

"Buddies" are CBS students who volunteer to help one or more of our international students. 

If you want to become a buddy and you are already enrolled as a CBS student, you will find information on how to to become a buddy in our intranet my.cbs.dk

For more information please contact the buddy coordinators at: buddy.intoff@cbs.dk

 

Become an Exchange Social Programme coordinator:

You can become a member of the Exchange Crew, which consists of 40-45 volunteer students from CBS. The Exchange Crew plan and execute the Exchange Social Programme (ESP) for exchange students coming to CBS to study a semester.

If you want to become an Exchange Social Programme Coordinator and you are already enrolled as a CBS student, you can find the relevant information in the ESP web page.

To become an Exchange Social Program coordinators volunteer, please follow the instructions given here.

For more information, please contact the ESP team at: esp.intoff@cbs.dk

 

Become an International Student Ambassador:

The ISAs is a team of current CBS students that support full degree international students.

ISAs voluntarily plan events throughout the academic year, as well as offer advice about a variety of topics related to settling into a new life at CBS and in Denmark.

​​​If you are interested in becoming an International Student Ambassador (ISA), you are welcome to follow ISA on Facebook.

For more information, please contact the ISA team at: isa@cb​​s.dk

 

Case Competitions:

Teams of students represent CBS around the world. CBS has participated in international case competitions since 1998 and, in addition to having its own internationally recognized CBS Case Competition, CBS participates annually in several international competitions.

We field teams at both the graduate and undergraduate level every spring.

If you want to improve your problem solving, communication and collaboration skills and you are already enrolled as a CBS student, you can apply for CBS case competitions.

​​​If you are interested in representing CBS in an International Case Competition and you are already enrolled as a CBS student, please follow the instructions given here.

The page was last edited by: The International Office // 06/02/2021