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  • 01.03.2017

    CBS invests DKK 20 million in more PhD students

    CBS will facilitate an extraordinary recruitment of PhD students for DKK 20 million this year. This dedicated effort is made possible by a special grant from the Ministry earmarked for research.
  • 01.03.2017

    CBS Case Competition: Grundfos is this year's case company

    Wednesday morning, Grundfos was revealed as this year's case company in the CBS Case Competition. More than 1,000 students now compete to present the best solution to a business challenge, where water, digitalisation and sustainability are natural elements.
  • 28.02.2017

    CBS in March

    CBS enters Spring with lots of exciting events. Among other things, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Anders Samuelsen, assesses the situation regarding the international development and Denmark's foreign affairs. Moreover, information meetings about admission to CBS' programmes are held for future bachelor students.
  • 27.02.2017

    CBS researcher publishes in iconic journal

    Professor Majken Schultz is the first researcher at CBS to publish an article in Administrative Science Quarterly, which is perhaps the most prestigious and iconic journal in the field of organisation and management. She studied Carlsberg’s use of its own history.
  • 27.02.2017

    CBS researcher publishes in iconic journal

    Professor Majken Schultz is the first researcher at CBS to publish an article in Administrative Science Quarterly, which is perhaps the most prestigious and iconic journal in the field of organisation and management. She studied Carlsberg’s use of its own history.
  • 24.02.2017

    PhD students receive EliteForsk travel grants

    Twenty talented PhD students have received an EliteForsk travel grant for 200,000 Danish kroner. Among the winners are CBS students Adrián L. Mérida and Tina Müller, who will spend the grant to travel abroad to improve their skills at some of the world’s best research environments.
  • 20.02.2017

    Art and Louisiana move in at CBS

    CBS opens new digital exhibition space in collaboration with Louisiana Museum of Modern Art to show Danish and foreign video art. Opening the exhibition site represents part of a larger art strategy, where CBS opens its doors to art in teaching and the study environment, with the initiator of this project a 23-year-old CBS student.

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