Every year, new bachelor students at CBS are invited to participate in a series of planned introduction activities. The purpose of these activities is to help students get off to a good start at CBS. Although participation is not mandatory, CBS strongly recommends that all new students make participation a priority.
Researchers from Copenhagen Business School (CBS) have mapped the digital layer of Roskilde Festival. When festival-goers move around with their phones, researchers can visualise what makes places meaningful to guests based on GPS-data and social media. This knowledge can be applied to other large events and urban development, says Ravi Vatrapu, Professor at CBS.
The talent and drive of seven CBS students were recently acknowledged by CBS and the Finn Junge-Jensen Scholarship. A common feature for the seven scholarship recipients is that they all put in an extraordinary effort.
How has the Danish elite influenced the Danish model? Is Danish innovation policy different from those of China and USA? These are the themes of two out of five research projects which have been granted almost DKK 15 millions from The Independent Research Fund Denmark.
Aspen Institute and CBS are facilitating this year’s important international debate on the business of teaching and state of the art approaches to blending the liberal arts and business for Cultivating Leaders and creating the conditions for long-term capitalism.
Are university students too goal-oriented? Are supervisory boards to have representatives elected by the public vote? How much can you make on welfare? Here is an overview of the more than 24 debates CBS will join at this year’s Political Festival on the Danish island of Bornholm. All the debates will be in Danish.