Copenhagen Business School (Denmark)

Copenhagen Business School has around 14,000 students and an annual intake of around 1,000 exchange students. With this number of students as well as around 400 full-time researchers and around 500 administrative employees, CBS is the one of the 3 largest business schools in Northern Europe.
CBS aims:
  • To contribute to the creation of value in society and in enterprises
  • To train Master's graduates who are competitive in an international labor market
  • To develop research-based knowledge in partnership with the business community
Research and study programs at CBS are organized in the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and the Faculty of Language, Communication and Cultural Studies.
Strategically, CBS primarily focuses on three target areas:
  • Internationalisation
  • Partnership with the business community
  • The Learning University
CBS's most senior executive is the President, who is appointed by a governing board composed of a majority of external members.
Study Programs - In Brief
CBS offers a range of study programs at both faculties, including 11 Bachelor programs, 10 Master's programs, 9 Executive Master's programs and PhD programs. In addition, CBS runs a series of study programs through Open University as well as a Summer University Program.
CBS was established in 1917 by the Danish Society for the Advancement of Business Education (now known as FUHU), which is a private educational institution. In 1965 the business school became integrated as an institution of higher education in the Danish education system and today is regulated by the Danish Universities Act 2003.
Information source: University/School web-site