International Applicant Days

Are you considering studying a full time programme at CBS? Do you want to learn more about CBS and studying in Denmark? And do you want to network with other prospective international students at CBS?

 

International Applicant Day
Earlier International Applicant Days made it possible to talk to potential future fellow students and learn a lot more about CBS - this year you can join us online (Photo: Bjarke MacCarthy)

As part of Online Open Days in February 2021, CBS offers events aimed at international students applying for a full time bachelor or graduate programme at CBS.

What:

As an international student, you will be able to take part in many of the events at Online Open Days, just as you will find all information about application and admission in English on the Open Days site, when it opens on 1 February 2021. 

In addition, Open Days will offer a number of events tailor-made for you as a prospective international student at CBS. Just as you will be able to talk to current international students. Among other things, you can expect to find information on:

 
  • admission and application at CBS as an international applicant
  • student life at CBS
  • how to find housing in Copenhagen
  • Denmark and the Danes

When:

Online Open Days - Graduate: 8 - 12 February 2020
 

Online Open Days - Bachelor: 24 -+25 February and special international events on 26 February 2021
 

To get the full experience of the study programmes and life as a CBS student, we encourage you to participate in the various live events that are of interest to you. There will be events specifically tailored for international applicants and lotsof events aimed at both Danish and international applicants.

 

Where:

Online – find the Online Open Days website - more content to follow on 1 February

Can’t make it to International Applicant Days?

You are always welcome to contact us with any questions you may have: Contact the Student Guidance Service

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The page was last edited by: Student Affairs // 01/21/2021