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  • 14.09.2017

    CBS is adjusting its programme portfolio

    As a result of a strategic prioritisation, CBS will adjust its programme portfolio. The programmes will be altered towards an increased focus on business administration and digitalisation, and less on business languages.
  • 08.09.2017

    Getting to the heart of entrepreneurship from all approaches

    CBS’ first Business Connect event connected the more than 300 friends of CBS through a three-hour information and insight- packed event, focusing on just about all aspects pertaining to entrepreneurship – spanning from its DNA and nurture to growth prerequisites and Danish government policies.
  • 08.09.2017

    The German election - find an expert

    More than 60 million Germans go to the polls on 24 September 2017. Here is an overview of CBS researchers who can put the election into perspective.
  • 07.09.2017

    The HBH Foundation and CBS present the 2017 Marketing Prize

    The winner of the is B&O Play this year. The prize worth DKK 50,000 is awarded at a ceremony at CBS. At the same time, the master thesis of the year will be announced among the students who wrote their thesis about VELUX – last year’s winner of the HBH Prize.
  • 07.09.2017

    CBS Students Rethinking the Financial Sector

    Here is your chance to influence the agenda on the future of banking! Help CCG rethink the financial sector and win a prize of 5,000 DKK by participating in our essay competition!
  • 04.09.2017

    New students focus on responsibility from day one

    CBS' bachelor students spend their first day at university attending Responsibility Day. With the President of CBS, HRH Crown Princess Mary and a business case on the agenda, thousands of new CBS students were motivated to act responsibly.
  • 04.09.2017

    Big league CEOs pay study visits to CBS

    The aim of the initiative is to develop research and education in cooperation with some of the largest recruiters of CBS graduates. The first Executive in Residence will be Danske Bank CEO Thomas F. Borgen.

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