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  • 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.
  • 01.02.2017

    CBS in February

    CBS opens its doors in February with events about undergraduate and graduate programmes for both Danish and international students.
  • 10.01.2017

    Centenary begins at CBS

    The celebration of Copenhagen Business School’s centenary in 2017 will be academic and awesome! The centenary website gives an overview of conferences, initiatives and parties.
  • 06.01.2017

    Why don’t the Chinese travel to Denmark?

    Denmark is losing ground to Norway and Sweden in the effort to lure Chinese tourists. A new project will examine how Danish tourism can gain a greater share of the growing number of Chinese travellers.
  • 02.01.2017

    A new name for CBS' new department

    A new department, which as of 2017 is the result of a merger between the Department of Intercultural Communication and Management and the Department of International Business Communication, has been named the Department of Management, Society and Communication (MSC). Dorte Salskov-Iversen is Head of Department and Annika Dilling is Head of Secretariat.

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