Applicants with a bachelor's degree from another university

Contact information for applicants who have completed, or are currently enrolled in, a bachelor’s degree programme at another university.



If you applied in Group 1, your answer letter has been uploaded to the Application Portal on Monday, June 10 2019. Once you log in, you will find your letter under the tab Messages. If you need help understanding your letter, please see our website under the headline "The Admission Letter". If you have questions or concerns that we do not address on our website, or if you have problems logging in, see our FAQs and our contact information below.

Applicants, who are offered a study place at CBS, have only 5 days to confirm that they wish to accept the study place offer in the Application Portal:

If you accepted a conditional study place offer, it is crucial that you upload the necessary documentation proving that you have satisfied the conditions no later than August 31. You will receive an email when it is possible to do so. Please do not send your documentation via e-mail. If you are from CBS, do not upload your bachelor’s diploma. We check ourselves to see whether you have finished your degree.

If you accepted a study place offer without any conditions, congratulations! We need no further documentation or information from you.

If you declined the study place offer or opted not to accept it within the 5-day deadline, it is now too late to change your mind, unfortunately.

If you accepted a study place offer, but you change your mind about studying at CBS at any point before August 31 2019, we would like you to let us know by e-mailing us at, using the subject line "My Application" and indicating your ID number. You can find your ID number in the top right hand corner of your answer letter.

Information regarding orientation, study start, class and semester schedule and the like is available on our website and on, the student intranet. If you need new log-in details for, you will receive them at the beginning of July. 


Please read our FAQs:


… make sure you have carefully read the detailed and exhaustive information relating to graduate admission on 

The graduate admission website is correct, regularly updated and contains all the information you need before, during and after you apply for admission to a graduate programme at CBS. This includes entry requirements and selection criteria, advance assessments, application deadlines as well as information about relevant documentation. It is extremely important that you have a thorough understanding of the admission and application procedure. If you have follow-up questions to or need clarification of the information available on, you are welcome to visit the Student Hub and ask. Please note that Admissions Officers are not available in the Hub or for personal appointments.

As a CBS student, you have the opportunity to hear more about graduate admission at a variety of admission events as well as participate in the annual open day for graduate programmes at CBS. Please note that Admissions Officers are often present at these events but are not available for personal appointments and that it is not possible to receive personalized assessment at the event.

We strongly recommend that you familiarize yourself with information relating to graduate admission on before you attend admission events and open days.


Student Hub

Student Hub - Solbjerg Plads 3 (ground floor)

Monday to Thursday:  9.30 - 15.30         
Friday: Closed


 Phone: +45 3815 2710

(Please note that this phone number is for general queries and not specifically for graduate admission. You should therefore have familiarized yourself thoroughly with the admission pages on before calling.)

Monday to Thursday: 9.30 - 15.30    
Friday: Closed
Do you have questions about your application in the Application Portal?


If you have specific and concrete questions regarding your application, you are welcome to e-mail us again at from the same e-mail address you have indicated in the Application Portal.

Make sure to write “My Application” in the subject line of your e-mail and to include your name and your application ID number in the body (if you have submitted your application) of the e-mail.

The application ID number will help us locate your application in the Application Portal and help you faster. It can be found on your receipt from the Application Portal, in the top right hand corner.


If you have questions about logging in to your application in the Application Portal, contact IT Support at for further assistance.

Are you considering applying for admission in the future?

Are you applying for admission in 2020 or perhaps later?

Rules and regulations governing admission to graduate programmes at CBS undergo regular, sometimes significant changes. If you are planning to apply for admission in 2020 or later, it will be very difficult for us to provide you with accurate information and guidance so far in advance.

Please wait and contact us only between September 1 and the application deadline at Please make sure to write “Information” in the subject line of your e-mail. If you write us before September 1, your e-mail will not be answered.

While you wait, please spend some time reviewing the detailed and exhaustive information relating to graduate admission on  The vast majority of questions and concerns regarding deadlines, entry requirements, selection criteria or documentation are addressed on our website.

Remember that our website is not fully updated with information relevant to the coming application round until December 1.


Do you want to discuss programme content, structure and which programme to choose?

First, please review relevant information about all full-time, full-degree graduate programmes CBS offers on You may find the content, structure, student life and careers information available on our website exhaustive enough.

If you need further advice, find contact information for the Student Hub, Study Guidance Counsellors or information about our Events on

Please note that CBS Admissions is unable to evaluate your academic qualifications in advance of your application for admission.


The page was last edited by: Student Affairs // 06/17/2019