We understand you might have questions
We are here to help answer them all. Depending on what you need to know, there are different people at CBS who are best equipped to help you.
Student Hub is the starting point for most questions. You can reach them through phone and walk-ins at Solbjerg Plads Campus.
Phone: +45 3815 2710
Opening hours: Tuesday - Thursday: 10:00 - 15:00 CET.
Closed: Tuesday 22 August Student Hub is closing at 12:30.
Are you a prospective or former exchange student? Please email the International Office directly. See "Exchange Students" below.
The Student Guidance Councellors will guide you in questions regarding the full degree programmes. If you need help choosing the right bachelor or master programme, they can help you.
Bachelor Admission and Graduate admission are ready to answer specific questions related to your application. You can reach them through email.
For general questions about admission, see General questions above.
- "My application" in the subject field
- Your full name and application ID (if you have an application)
Are you a potential, current or past exchange student at CBS? Then CBS International Office is available to help you by phone, email and walk in.
Office Hours: Monday through Thursday: 09:30 - 12:00 and 13:00 - 15:00
Note that appointments may be necessary to meet with International Office staff members.
The office is open all year round, except for public holidays and weekends.
Phone: +45 3815 3006 (our phones are not open in the afternoon)
Finsensvej 6D, 1st floor
Find For any questions related to CBS Summer University, find the contact information here.
What is ISA?
ISA is a team of current international students at CBS, who voluntarily plan events throughout the academic year, as well as offer advice about a variety of topics related to settling into your new life at CBS and in Denmark. By sharing their personal experiences, their aim is to give you some insight into Danish culture and life as a student at CBS.
ISA focuses on mainly on helping international full degree students. If you are an exchange student, please reach out to your buddy (see 5. Get connected with CBS students).
What can ISA help with?
The students in ISA are happy to answer your questions and concerns prior to arrival. They can assist you with your transition to living and studying in Copenhagen. You can also participate in their events and receive student-to-student advice in relation to moving to Copenhagen, social life, culture in Denmark and academic life at CBS.