Contact

If you have questions about our bachelor programmes or admission, you are welcome to contact us.

Student Guidance Services 

If you have questions about one or more programmes, or if you need help choosing the right programme for you, you are welcome to contact a student guidance counsellor.  

The Student Guidance Services is closed for the summer holidays 1 July to 14 August - both days inclusive.

You are welcome to contact a student guidance counsellor about Admissions. Admission is open during the summer - see below.

Contact a student guidance counsellor
 
You can contact a student guidance counsellor by calling us. If you need it, we will be happy to book a guidance session for you.


English bachelor programmes: IBA, BLC, DM, IB, IBP, SEM, Shipping og Soc

Phone: +45 3815 2709
Monday and Thursday    10-12
Wednesday 14.30-16.30
Closed

1 July - 14 August


HA Almen Erhvervsøkonomi and HA(mat.)

Phone:                          +45 3815 2715
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 10-12
Closed

1 July - 14 August


HA EB, HA(it.), HA(jur.) and HA pro.

Phone:                          +45 3815 2720
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 10-12
Closed

1 July - 14 August


HA MAK, HA(fil.), HA(kom.) and HA(psyk.)

Phone:                         +45 3815 3118

Tuesday and Thursday

Wednesday 13 April

10-12

10-12

Closed

1 July - 14 August

Graduate programmes

If you have questions about CBS’graduate programmes, you can contact the Student Guidance Counsellors for the graduate programmes


Admission and application

If you have questions about entry requirements, quota 1 and 2, the application, or anything else regarding admission, you are welcome to contact us.

Contact - admission

E-mail bacheloradmission@cbs.dk

Call a student guidance counsellor

 

We can guide you and help you with general questions about admission and application.

 

 

 

 

Phone:

38152710

 

Opening hours:

Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 - 12:00 CET

 

Extra opening hours 28, 29 July and 1 August: 

Phone: 3815 2738

Thursday 28 July: 10.00 - 15.00 CET

Friday 29 July: 10.00 - 15.00 CET

Monday 1 August 10.00 - 12.00 CET

 

Please note: We cannot process your application through telephone. But we can help you with questions.


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SU - Student Grant

Read much more about SU on my.cbs.dk > Student life > SU > Apply for SU – Danish citizen (CBS-login required) or www.su.dk

If you are a foreign citizen, you can read more about the certain conditions and the special application process, you need to follow before you can receive any SU on my.cbs.dk > Student life > SU > Apply for SU – foreign citizen (CBS-login required) or www.su.dk

Contact SU
You can apply, check, change and see your status on: minSU

If you are a CBS student, you can find the contact information for the SU Guidance on my.cbs.dk

If you are a student at another university you can find the contact information for the SU Guidance at your university on SU.dk
 

 

Support for students with functional disabilities

If you have physical, neurological or psychological disability, you can apply for support and aids, in order for you to complete a programme on equal terms as other students. The support is called Special Educational Support (SPS and Specialpædagogisk Støtte (SPS) in Danish.

Contact Special Educational Support (SPS) Guidance Counselling
You are welcome to contact an SPS counsellor at CBS for guidance and information about your options if you are studying with a disability. Send an email to sps@cbs.dk


Guide for parents

Are you helping an applicant to apply at CBS, you can find advice on what to do under Guide for parents

Sport at elite level 

If you are an elite athlete and need to have a special plan for the course of your studies, you can contact the Student Guidance Counsellors for your programme.

Former CBS student?

Are you are former CBS students, you can find information about documentation and confirmations under Former CBS students

 

The page was last edited by: Web editor - Student Communications // 07/29/2022