Welcome to CBS!


Welcome to all new bachelor students at CBS! Here is what you need to know right now.


On Tuesday 28 July, CBS will send a response to everyone who has been admitted to a bachelor programme at CBS.

Response to your application

You will receive the response to your application:

  • in your e-boks if you have applied with a Danish civil registration number, CPR, around 12:00 noon.
  • by e-mail if you have not applied with a Danish civil registration number, CPR, around 12:00 noon.

The response from CBS will say which study programme you have been accepted to.

One offer

You will only receive one offer for a study place, even if you have applied for several programmes. The distribution of study places is done collectively for all educations in Denmark, and therefore you only receive a letter from the institution where you are offered a study place.

Have you not been offered a study place?

As in previous years, CBS has had to reject many applicants, since we have far more applicants than study places. If you have not been offered a study place, we recommend you read the article ”You did not get in. What next?"

Remember to accept the offer!

If you are one of the lucky applicants who have been accepted to CBS, you must remember to accept the offer for a study place no later than 2 August at 12:00 noon. If you fail to accept the offer before the deadline, you will lose your study place.

To accept the offer you must:

  • Click on the link in your admission letter
  • Log on with the username and password stated in your admission letter
  • Follow the instructions

Conditionally accepted

If you have been conditionally accepted, e.g. because you have taken a supplementary math course during the summer, you must remember to send documentation for having passed the course no later than 15 September 2020 to:

If you fail to send the documentation on time, you will lose your study place.

Before you accept

Before you accept a study place, you should carefully consider whether you really are ready to start.

This is especially important this year, since COVID-19 has led many to apply for an education in lack of other options. If your plan was to spend a year or two traveling or working, then starting an education is not necessarily a good alternative.

Read more about the considerations you should make at Study start - Before you accept your study place

Teaching and study start in autumn 2020

You should also be aware that teaching and events in autumn 2020 will take place in slightly different ways that usual due to restrictions on the size of assemblies and requirements for social distance.

Read more about Autumn 2020 

Access to CBS’ IT platforms

To access CBS’ IT platforms, you must activate your user profile. Read more about how to do that in your admission letter or on Study start

Check out my.cbs.dk

My.cbs.dk is your student intranet. You will be able to log on to my.cbs.dk 48 hours after you have accepted your study place.

On my.cbs.dk, you can find information about your programme and student life at CBS.

You can also get easy access to CBS’ other IT platforms, which you will use as a student, including:

  • your timetable
  • your student mail
  • the Online Student Service
  • Canvas, your e-learning platform, where you can communicate with your professors and fellow students. 

Go to my.cbs.dk 


All bachelor's programmes start with an introductory week on 24-28 August, which is the week before the semester begins.

We recommend that you prioritise participating throughout in the entire intro week. Here you get an introduction to your new programme and you meet your fellow students for the first time. Our experience shows that students who participate get off to a better study start, and this can be of great importance for the further course of the education.

Read more about the introductory week and find the programme for your study programme


When the intro activities are over and the teaching starts, students in most programmes will be assigned a mentor who is typically a 2nd or 3rd student. Your mentor will help you to get off to a good start on your programme and in your student life.

On studentlife.cbs.dk you can see videos with some of the mentors and hear their advice about study start. You can also send them an e-mail if you have any questions about study start.

SU - Educational grants (SU)

You are enrolled at CBS with study start 1 September. You are therefore eligible for education grants (SU) from 1 September. You are not eligible for SU or public transport discount (ungdomskort) during the introductory activities in August.

You can apply for SU from 1 August.- but no earlier than 48 hours after you have accepted your programme offer.  

You apply for SU at MinSU on www.su.dk

Read more about SU on my.cbs.dk > Student life > SU > Apply for SU – Danish citizen or at www.su.dk

SU for international students

If you are a foreign citizen, you must meet certain conditions and follow a special application process to receive SU.

Read more about SU on my.cbs.dk > Student life > SU > Apply for SU – foreign citizen or www.su.dk

Please note that the processing time may take up to 4 months.

Stay updated

It is your own responsibility to stay informed on a regular basis via my.cbs.dk, Canvas and your CBS-mail. Make sure to continuously check up on these platforms, so you do not miss out on important information.


You are welcome to contact our Student Counsellors and the Student Hub at:

Tlf.: 3815 2738:

  • Tuesday 28 July 10.00-14.00
  • Wednesday 29 July 10.00-14.00
  • Thursday 30 July 10.00-12.00

Please note however, we can only comment on your specific application or make any decisions if you write an email to CBS Admission on bacheloradmission@cbs.dk

Welcome to CBS! We hope that you get some good and enriching years with us!

The page was last edited by: Student Affairs // 07/27/2020