Open Days and student life at CBS

Find out how and when you can visit CBS and learn what it means to be a CBS student.


Open Days and student Life at CBS


Reading books is not the whole story of life as a student

When you choose a programme at CBS you also choose a lot of other things. You choose to study in Denmark, in Copenhagen, you choose a study environment and the group of people you will interact with for the next 3-5 years. So in a way, you are choosing a new way of life.

Comming from outside Denmark can make it hard to figure out what that new life is going to be like, so to help you get some insights into this aspect of your studies, you have a few options.




Twice per year we host an Open Day event where we present our bachelor programmes and talk about admission, exchange opportunities and much more. As a part of these events you will also be able to talk to currently enrolled students from the programme you are considering applying for.

Read more about Open Days

International Applicant Day

The day after the first of the Open Day events we host the International Applicant Day. This day is especially for international students and builds on top of the academic focus of the Open Day event with a focus on more practical or student life related issues, such as the application process, Danish culture, Housing tips for Copenhagen etc.

Read more about International Applicant Day


STUDent Life


If you are not able to attend our Open Days or the International Applicant Day you have a chance to get some of the same insights by looking at the page On this page you can find videos and insghts from current students about what being a student at CBS is like.

On this page you can:

- Watch videos about life as a student at CBS.
- Read about the thoughts and considerations our current students had before they chose CBS.
- Hear stuents talk about their choice of programme and student life.
- Contact currently enrolled students to get their point of view on any questions or concerns you might have.

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The page was last edited by: Student Affairs // 03/07/2018