Copenhagen Business School

Copenhagen Business School


Calling Case Crackers! We’re looking to fill spots for two top international case competitions in 2023. Watch this and join now! Complete the form by December 14 and represent McGill University and Desautels at:

1) Copenhagen Business School, Denmark - February 24-March 4, 2023 (Reading Week)

2) Universidad de Navarra, Spain - March 25-31, 2023

To qualify, you must have completed 3/4 of your core courses and competed in at least one external case competition. Apply now and have an unforgettable experience competing in a high-level competition!

Desautels Management Competition Committee - DMCC MUS Case League DPCC - Desautels Preparatory Case Competition Desautels Management Leadership Seminar - DMLS BOLT McGill
“End of the Semester Event”

Announcing and welcoming the new Academic Director of the MSc in Business Administration & Innovation in Health Care (IHC), Claus Bøttcher Jørgensen.
Claus, warm welcome to IHC and to Copenhagen Business School!

In the same event, former IHC Student Timo Pollak shared his experience at IHC and post-IHC professional experience at Roche and Novo Nordisk.
Timo, welcome back :)
New CEPR Discussion Paper - DP17720
Intergenerational Sharing of Unhedgeable Inflation Risk
Damiaan Chen (University of Amsterdam / Universiteit van Amsterdam), Roel Beetsma (Copenhagen Business School), Sweder van Wijnbergen (University of Amsterdam / Universiteit van Amsterdam)
Sidste dag på Copenhagen Business School’s kursus i bestyrelsesarbejde i finansielle virksomheder.
Nu med kursusbevis og en linje mere på CV-et.
Did you know, if one of your parents is an inventor, you can inherit that too?

That's according to research from University of Mannheim, Business School - Fakultät BWL, Copenhagen Business School, and Università Bocconi.

They found that having parents who were inventors increased the probability of first-born daughters also becoming inventors, but only if they did not have a second-born brother.

The presence of a younger brother limited the extent to which an older sister benefitted from parental knowledge and skills, discussions of career plans, and access to parental networks.

For more information, check out our website. Link in bio!

“Students really do end up in a very diverse group of companies. We have everything from our major corporations in Denmark such as energy and renewables companies, to Maersk the internationally-renowned shipping company, vibrant SMEs and exciting businesses in the start-up space.” - Maria Valentin Palgaard, Careers and Alumni Manager

We brought together Andrew Mellor (MBA Admissions Manager), Maria Valentin Palgaard (Careers and Alumni Manager) and Catherine Merlo (MBA alumni) to discuss how you can secure the right internship, and then use the experience to successfully launch yourself into the job market. Learn more >>

Copenhagen Business School
Reminder! Our upcoming webinar with Docsity: Elevate your career in Sustainability with the Copenhagen MBA is tomorrow. Reserve your seat today >>

When it comes to sustainability, Denmark gets it right. It is lived and breathed throughout the culture and implemented through sustainable business practices.

As a prestigious business school, Copenhagen Business School has forged close ties and partnerships with leading companies in the region and beyond. By joining the programme, you will have the opportunity to learn from the world’s best on topics like sustainable leadership, the green agenda, and the importance of innovation. Careers here are as fulfilling as they are engaging.

You will be introduced to the Copenhagen MBA Admissions Manager, Andrew Mellor, who will answer all of your questions live. You will also meet Ivan Sokolov, Senior Sustainability Manager, at Ascendis Pharma and an Alumni of the Copenhagen MBA.

Innovation plays a critical role in achieving competitive advantage across all industries, but how do you plan, allocate, and predict resources when you are venturing into the unknown?

Professor Mikkel Draebye clarifies the Copenhagen Business School Executive MBA Innovation course and how participants harness the practical tools and knowledge to become leaders of innovation.

SDA Bocconi School of Management SDA Bocconi Asia Center
It was a wonderful experience for us at SRHU to host students from Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. We will be looking forward towards another visit from you.

Tilmeld dig HR-konferencen i løbet af december og få Dennis Nørmarks bog ’Tilbage til arbejdet’ som gave. HR-konferencen sætter fokus på at formidle ny og relevant HR-forskning. Ambitionen er at skabe et overblik over de mest relevante forskningsprojekter for HR-professionelle. Som deltager får du først og fremmest et indblik i den nyeste forskning, men du bidrager også aktivt til at styrke relationen imellem forskning og praksis indenfor HR-feltet. Mød inspirerende indlægsholdere som Dennis Nørmark, Jennifer Chatman og Ulf Hahnemann. NOCA, Copenhagen Business School og CBS Executive Fonden glæder sig til at se dig 2. marts 2023.
Tilmeld dig nu på
🇪🇺 𝐑𝐄 - 𝐂𝐑𝐄𝐖

La scorsa settimana Exeo Lab ha partecipato al primo meeting in presenza del progetto “𝘙𝘌 - 𝘊𝘙𝘌𝘞: 𝘛𝘩𝘦 𝘪𝘯𝘯𝘰𝘷𝘢𝘵𝘪𝘷𝘦 𝘧𝘳𝘢𝘮𝘦𝘸𝘰𝘳𝘬 𝘧𝘰𝘳 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘌𝘶𝘳𝘰𝘱𝘦𝘢𝘯 𝘴𝘮𝘢𝘭𝘭 𝘣𝘶𝘴𝘪𝘯𝘦𝘴𝘴𝘦𝘴 𝘵𝘰 𝘱𝘦𝘳𝘧𝘰𝘳𝘮 𝘳𝘦𝘤𝘳𝘶𝘪𝘵𝘪𝘯𝘨, 𝘨𝘦𝘵 𝘳𝘦𝘢𝘥𝘺 𝘵𝘰 𝘮𝘢𝘳𝘬𝘦𝘵 𝘢𝘯𝘥 𝘦𝘹𝘱𝘳𝘦𝘴𝘴 𝘵𝘩𝘦𝘪𝘳 𝘧𝘶𝘭𝘭 𝘱𝘰𝘵𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘪𝘢𝘭.”

I partner, si sono incontrati presso la Copenhagen Business School e, oltre a definire i prossimi step per l'implementazione del progetto, hanno avuto modo di confrontarsi pragmaticamente con esperti locali sul tema dell’HR e del recruitment per le SMEs.

E' stata una giornata ricca di interventi e condivisione, avvolti dallo spirito natalizio della Danimarca.

Gestión Estratégica e Innovación 🇪🇸 🇬🇷
Mednarodna fakulteta za družbene in poslovne študije - MFDPŠ 🇸🇮
We Are Entrepreneurs 🇩🇰
Prios 🇳🇴
140 students from various backgrounds, four days, three universities, 24 teams and 24 new ideas for sustainable change! OpenInnovation Circularity wrapped up two months ago, but we still feel the energy and inspiration it left us with. And now you can too!

Our partners from Miniature, Arla and Hub for Innovation in Tourism brought real-world cases. G**o Røberg from EY Doberman joined us to immerse us in the concept of Design Doing. Maggie Ho and her team from Monitor Deloitte introduced our participants to 10 Types of Innovation.

Finally, Jakub Rubinowski from Københavns Universitet - University of Copenhagen led the students to the perfect pitch, and more than 20 mentors joined us to guide all teams through the ideation process.

We are excited to share that the Open Innovation CIRCULARITY will be back in fall 2023! We will again join forces with Actory from Københavns Universitet - University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship at Copenhagen Business School. Stay tuned!

Thank you to all our partners, judges, and bold innovators who made OpenInnovation Circularity special!

Aftermovie by 4V Films thank you for capturing the momentum!

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet - DTU
Pension fund investments raise firm productivity and innovation
Dario Pozzoli (Copenhagen Business School), Svend E. Hougaard Jensen (Bruegel), David Pinkus (Copenhagen Business School), Roel Beetsma (University of Amsterdam - Economics and Business)

Pension funds potentially have an important role to play in financing companies’ growth. Using detailed data from , this column shows a positive effect of pension fund investment on firm productivity which tends to increase with the size of the investment in the firm and the length of its duration. Privately held benefit more from pension fund investments than publicly listed firms. Finally, also help companies improve innovation activities. These results highlight two main economic channels: long-term investment commitment and capital provision.
2 month ago universities worked together, as 140 students from Københavns Universitet - University of Copenhagen , Danmarks Tekniske Universitet - DTU and Copenhagen Business School met up and developed sustainable solutions in interdisciplinary teams.

140 students – 4 days – 3 universities – 20 new ideas for change

We are excited to share that the Open Innovation CIRCULARITY challenge will be back fall 2023 as Actory, DTU Skylab and Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship will join forces again. Creating sustainable change.

Onsdag d. 5. oktober kl. 16:30 holder Søren Rud foredrag i Det Arktiske Hus, Strandgade 102, 1401 København K i Store Mødesal på 2. sal. Søren Rud er Ph.D. og lektor i Historie, Saxo-Instituttet, Københavns Universitet. Foredraget er gratis og kun for studerende.

This is Copenhagen Business School's official page. Meet fellow students, staff and partners For more information please visit our webpage

Copenhagen Business School is one of the largest business schools in Europe with more than 19,000 students and 600 academic staff members. CBS offers world-class, research-based, degree programmes at undergraduate, graduate and PhD levels as well as executive and other post experience programmes. CBS creates and provides original and relevant knowledge through publishing, participation in the publ


Do you want to learn more about the Danish workplace culture and equip yourself with valuable job search tools? Then this career seminar is for you! 📣

Come join on Tuesday 26 September, where you can get insights into the Danish business etiquette and tips on how to start your job search in Denmark ✨

DJØF will provide you with useful tips on how to network, structure your CV, and write your Cover letter.

🔗 Few tickets left. Secure your spot here:


🚀 Ready to give yourself a head start on your future career? The CBS Mentoring Programme is back! 🌟

If you're curious about your future career path and eager to dive in, the CBS Mentoring Programme might be something for you. Our career mentors come from diverse industries and backgrounds, spanning local and global experiences in NGOs, public, and private sectors. They're eager to share insights and help shape and discuss your future career! 🌍

🔗 Get more information and apply through the link below and kickstart your career growth today! 💼

Photos from Copenhagen Business School's post 14/09/2023


Life doesn’t always go according to plan. We know this and therefore, we have a dedicated team of student guidance counsellors ready to talk to you about any kind of difficulty you may experience - including those that may not have a clear label. Our counsellors are there to help whether that means direct support or guidance towards the right resources. And rest assured, every conversation is held in strict confidence.

Find out how to get help:

If you’d rather talk to someone outside of CBS, we’ve gathered a number of useful links right here:

Photos from Copenhagen Business School's post 11/09/2023


For some students the study group is someone you study with. That’s it. For others it’s the ones you share your personal thoughts with, cook dinner with and the ones you snap first in the morning. Some of you get to choose your own groups, other have them appointed. In both cases it’s a great way to meet someone new in your programme.

Whether your relationship with your study group will turn out as Maria’s or not, you will gain the most from it when everyone’s on the same page. That may take a little work. Therefore, we have gathered some good advice on how get the best out of your group work: 🪐


Discover a world of communities at CBS through our organisations 🌍

As President of CBS Students, David is part of many communities on and off campus. But you do not need a title to find a community at CBS that suits you. With 100+ student organisations you can find (at least) one that fits your interests.

🤓 Curious to meet the student organisations? Show up for Student Society Day:

📜 Find a list of all student organisations here: ��



CBS is more than classes and exams for those of you interested. There are numerous clubs and classes to join where you can meet all types of students. And if you don’t find the perfect society for you, you can even start your own.

Mariel met a lot of new people through societies and so could you. Maybe start out on 28 September at Student Society Day where you can meet representatives from CBS’ more than 100 different student societies.

Read more about Student Socielty Day here:

Meet all the students societies via CBS Students website here:



Getting to know new people takes a bit of effort. For some it’s easy, for others it feels a bit more like a challenge. At CBS we facilitate events where you can meet other students across programmes, so there are plenty of opportunities to expand your social circle at uni. But, just like Martin, you have to make an effort yourself. We promise it will be worth it.

Maybe start practicing at one of these upcoming events:

Photos from Copenhagen Business School's post 02/09/2023

One for the books 🧑‍🎓

Thank you to all who took part in the CBS Graduation Ceremony at Lokomotivværkstedet today.

What a celebration! Great speeches, live music, smiles and a happy tear or two.

All the best to everyone of you. Don’t forget to sign up as alumni so we can stay in touch 🫶

📷 Bjarke MacCarthy


This morning we welcomed all our new bachelor students to CBS with our Bachelor Kick Off 🤩

We started out with a speech from our President Nikolaj Malchow-Møller. The speech has numerous messages, we think are important to all students. Therefore, we’ll share it here:

“You’ll never walk alone …

This is the title of my favourite song. Not only because it is the anthem of Liverpool FC. But also because it carries an extremely important message. I will get back to that in a minute…

But before I do that, I would like to welcome all of you to this Bachelor Kick Off here at CBS.

I have really been looking forward to this day. And so have you, I hope.
Because here you are. In a new place. For some of you in a new country. With new fellow students around you. And new professors waiting in the classrooms.
So, I understand if you feel a bit nervous and maybe even alone. You may think: Am I smart enough? Interesting enough? Will anybody like me? These questions might even overshadow your excitement and joy.

You belong to a generation which is met with extremely high expectations. By others and by yourself.

Politicians have great hopes for you. You are to solve ¬all our problems. Tackle the climate crisis, figure out the digital transformation, and bring peace to our world.

While you are being evaluated and assessed. By others and by yourself.

TikTok and Instagram project an ideal that no human being can live up to: Endless pictures and videos from friends – and strangers – always enjoying life and always posing with big smiles and happy lives.

It’s a lot to place on the shoulders of a generation. Much more than I had on my shoulders when I started as a student at Aarhus University – on this day exactly 30 years ago.

So, it’s understandable that you may feel both insecure and eager to perform. You are used to push harder, reach higher, do better — trying to be perfect.

And it is ok to have ambitions. And wanting to perform. But no one is perfect. Not even Jürgen Klopp – the manager of Liverpool.

You only succeed by being part of a community. Exactly what we want for you here at CBS.

Which leads me back to Liverpool and “You’ll never walk alone”.

The song was written back in 1945 for a musical about two lovers. It was never written for a football team. Or for a university…

But today I want you to bear in mind that you will never walk alone here at CBS. When you chose to join us, you didn't just sign up for an education. You became part of a community.

During the next five years (or more), you will enhance your personal skills, explore your individual passions, and take your first steps on your new journey.

But university is much more than that.

University is meaningful conversations with fellow students in the cafeteria between lectures. It is study sessions that turn into socializing at Nexus. University is the collaborative projects that challenge your ideas, perspectives and beliefs. University is building memories and experiences that will stay with you throughout your life.
I'm not claiming it will be easy.

Communities, you see, do not just spring into existence out of thin air. They are not separate from the individuals who make them up. They require each of us to contribute to their creation.

And the community at CBS will require your courage, your curiosity, and your commitment.

In class, you will have to risk a part of yourself. You have to show what you can figure out and what you can't. Stepping out of your comfort zone and expressing your ideas, even if they differ from the majority, takes courage.

Wanting to showcase your knowledge and expertise can be tempting, but remember to ask questions, lend an ear to others, and admit when you're uncertain about something. Curiosity is your guide to valuable dialogues, continuous learning, and compassionate communities.

There will be days where you feel like you don't have a lot to contribute. But here's the thing: we're not giving our communities the credit they deserve if we think we should only participate when we are on a roll. When we can impress and shine. If we only share our tears with our pillow or our therapist, we are not using the strength that comes from being committed to a community.

As my favourite anthem goes: “When you walk through a storm, hold your head up high, and don’t be afraid of the dark.”

And never walk alone. Walk together. Even if it is not always an easy task.

I wish you all the best here at CBS.”

Once again, welcome to CBS 😍



Studying is so much more than going to and preparing for classes. It’s collaborating and helping each other become better – and sometimes it’s sharing frustrations when a text is really difficult.

Whether you find studying easy or you struggle at times, we all benefit from different views and different ways of learning. In the world of CBS, you’re not alone; reach out to your study group, to other students and to your professors. We’re all in this together.

Read more about study groups and cooperation:

This is CBS. Our CBS.



You have probably heard of Nordic Nine, but do you know how the capabilities affect your learnings - and your future career? Find out on 1 September when you can meet students, teachers and professionals at the Nordic Nine fair on campus.

It's for those of you who are not sure what Nordic Nine is, for those who have a bunch of questions for NN7 and for those who have it all figured out.

⏰When: 1 September 10:45-13:00
🏫Where: Solbjerg Plads and Kilen
🧑‍🦱Who: students, teachers and professionals from Deloitte, Nykredit, KPMG, PWC, Navigare, Kearney and Bain
❓Why: Because Nordic Nine is part of CBS and you will take the capabilities with you into your profession.

Find out more:

Photos from Copenhagen Business School's post 23/08/2023


Starting university is huge. New surroundings, new expectations and new people. How do you fit in?

Take a look around at your fellow students. Some are wearing suits, others ripped jeans. You’re all different, but you also have a lot in common. The students on your programme share some of your interests, and are completely unlike you in other areas. This way you both enrich and challenge each other and that is what makes great students.

At CBS, we don't seek conformity – we thrive on authenticity. Your voice, your experiences, and your viewpoints matter. In fact, it's the blend of different perspectives that empowers us to confront society's challenges head-on. Yes, that includes yours.

Find all the info you need at

This is CBS. Our CBS.



As you step into your first week at CBS, you’re stepping into a world of new people and new beginnings.

For some of you, bonding with new friends might have happened on day one, while some of you may need more time to open up and let others get close to you. Both approaches are perfectly fine, just as feeling a bit nervous in your first weeks on campus is perfectly normal.

Remember, most other students are also looking to make friends on campus. The introduction week is a great place to get to know your fellow students, but if you don’t instantly click with anyone there, don’t worry – more opportunities will come your way. You can meet new friends in your programme or by joining one of CBS’ many student unions and organisations.

Rest assured; CBS is here to support you every step of the way. While we cannot make friends for you, we’re here to talk if any aspect of student life feels challenging:

This is CBS. Our CBS.



We would love to see all you new bachelor students for Bachelor Kick Off on 1 September. Take part in this great day and evening with your fellow students and get a great start at CBS.

At Bachelor Kick Off you learn more about being a student at CBS and get a great opportunity to bond with other students – both in your own class and across programmes and years.

Also, you get a free lunch and in the afternoon the event slides right into the semester start celebration! 🕺

So sign up no later than 24 August:


Welcome event for all new international students 🌍

On Sunday 27 August you can meet all the other new international students at CBS and walk away with the info you need for getting settled in Denmark.

Deadline for signing up is Thursday this week, so go do it now.

See full programme and sign up:



3,260 new bachelor students were accepted into CBS this year and will join us in September. We can’t wait!

But before we can welcome you to your introduction week and Bachelor Kick Off, you need to act on a few things, including accepting your study place. Read more about that here:

Unfortunately, with 8,623 applicants we also had to turn down a lot, despite having 80 more seats this year. We’d like to thank you for the interest and hope you got accepted to another school or have other great plans for the future. If not, we’ve got some good advice on what to do right here:

No matter your situation, we wish you a great rest of the summer 🌞


3-2-1 SEND! 📧

A few minutes ago (at midnight), we started sending out e-mails to the 3,260 applicants that have been accepted into CBS as new bachelor students this year.

We know the wait is not an easy one. Therefore, we’re doing our utmost to get all the e-mails out quickly. However, we expect the work to be going on for a few more hours, so don’t panic, if you haven’t received your acceptance letter just yet.

While you wait, you can read on what to do. Here we have gathered tips and good advice - whether you get accepted or not.

Best of luck to all of you! 🤞



When the deadline for applying for a bachelor programme was met yesterday at noon, 6,036 had applied for a bachelor’s programme at CBS in quota 1. This is the highest number ever.

In all we had 16 per cent increase in first priority applicants compared to last year.

But having more applicants is not just good news. As President of CBS Nikolaj Malchow-Møller puts it:
“Above all, I’m delighted to see such interest in CBS. To me, it confirms that the staff at CBS have managed to develop some highly attractive education programmes. But I also realise that, as a consequence, we will unfortunately have to turn down a good many qualified applicants.”

Who will get in and who will start their studies somewhere else, will be revealed on 28 July where we send out acceptance e-mails from midnight.

If you have any questions before then, please contact our student guidance counsellors :

For now, have a great summer 🌞


It's time to trade in the books for ice cream and a swim suit🍦

Summer is upon us and we hope, you had a great academic year. Hopefully, you will now have some time to enjoy a well-deserved holiday. CBS's staff will also be on holiday, so you might experience longer response time from us over the summer. Also opening hours will chance in the coming weeks.

We really look forward to seeing you all back on campus in September! 😍

Read all about summer at CBS here:


Attention future students! 🤩

The deadline for applying for a Bachelor programmes is fast approaching: 5th July!
So, if you want to apply in quota 1 and have a Danish upper secondary exam, now is the time to act.

First step is to visit Here you can learn all about our 18 Bachelor programmes, read about student life at CBS, and hear inspiring testimonials from our current students.

Remember, our Bachelor admission staff is available if you have any questions or need assistance. Don't hesitate to reach out.

We know that waiting until the last minute can lead to unnecessary stress and mistakes. So don't delay – apply now!

Best of luck 🤞


Most master theses end their lifes in a drawer 🥺 but if you sign up for the Speciale Festivalen your thesis will live on! 💪

On 5 and 6 October you and 74 other students can share your theses with others and make them have an impact.

Read more about the event: or sign up right here:

Can’t wait to hear what you’ve concluded! 🤩

Photos from Copenhagen Business School's post 23/06/2023


If you want to apply for a bachelor programme at CBS or simply interested in what bachelor programmes are offered - is the place for you to go!

At you can read about all the different programmes and get help on how you apply for a bachelor programme.


Congratulations Simone, Line, Christian and everyone else who completed their master degree from CBS this year! 🤩

Before you leave, you might want to take one last look at, where we’ve gathered all the information you need now:

Also, we’re hoping it’s a “see you later” rather than a “goodbye”, so why not start by signing up for the CBS Graduate Ceremony:

We wish you a great summer break and all the best in the future! ☀️

PS if you’re only close to graduating, we’re cheering for you 🤞



The academic year evaluation is now available for all students to fill out - no later than 29 May!

It is important to us that you are happy at CBS. Therefore, we ask your about the study environment, the academic level and CBS services.

Follow this link to find the survey:



On Wednesday 3 May at 12:00 the Danish Government will carry out the yearly test of the warning sirens. No need to be afraid - it is just a test!

The sirens are tested to ensure, that they work and to remind you what they mean if real danger should arise.

As something new, you will get the siren on your phone as well.

Learn more about the sirens here (in Danish):
Learn more about the siren on your phone here:



Even though exams can be a stressful time, it is important that you take care of yourself. And we are here to help you do just that.

At you can find lots of advice on how to get through a tough exam period and get good results without stressing yourself out. Find our tips and tricks here:

You can read about how to get in control of your nerves, read up on the rules and find out how to get help if you’re fighting more than the usual nervousness.

Also, we believe in you, and so do the statistics: most CBS students pass their exams in the first try and the few who don’t most often pass them in the next.

You’ve got this! 💪



Sadly, every semester, a number of CBS students are reported for cheating because they have violated a rule, they weren’t even aware of.

Therefore, the best way to avoid cheating is to get acquainted with the rules and regulations for the type of exam you are taking. Also read up on what tools you are allowed to bring to the different types of exams, make sure you know the formal requirements, and find out what qualifies as plagiarism 🔨

If you accidentally end up cheating, it can have grave consequences for you. But fear not, we have gathered all the information you need about exams at

Still in doubt? Stop by Student Hub and get the help you need 🫶

Best of luck with your exams! 🍀



Exams can be nerve-racking, but it helps to be well prepared. We know you cannot cramp in more reading in your already tight schedule but set aside some time for getting a hold of the practicalities regarding exams.

To make it all easier for you, we have gathered some great advice on how to prepare on

CBS is here to help! 🫶

If you have any questions about your exams, you can stop by Student Hub at Solbjerg Plads - or call or email them.

If you are nervous about exams, it may help if you talk to someone. Our student guidance counsellors are there for you.

Best of luck with your exams! 🍀



Eric Maskin, Professor of Economics and Mathematics at Harvard, will be giving a seminar in Råvarebygningen on Monday 4 pm. As a joint Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics recipient in 2007, Maskin has made contributions to economic areas such as game theory, contract theory, social choice theory, political economy. This is an opportunity you don't want to miss! Register and join Department of Economics for the talk here:

Maskin received the Nobel Prize for his work on mechanism design theory, a specialiSed form of game theory that attempts to maximiSe gain for all parties within markets. Maskin and fellow laureate Roger Myerson built on the mechanism design work of Leonid Hurwicz, who was the pioneer in the field. You now have the chance to hear him speak at CBS, so sign up 🖊



Finding private housing in Copenhagen is difficult. Our mission is to help international exchange students enrolled at CBS with finding a place to live during their stay in Copenhagen. And we need your help! 💪

So, if you have a room or an apartment for rent for the fall semester 2023, please send an e-mail to The Housing Department at CBS: [email protected]📧



Bare rolig, du kan stadig få masser af information om vores bacheloruddannelser på CBS d. 19. og 20. april, når vi inviterer indenfor til studievalgsarrangement.

Her kan du høre om ligheder og forskelle mellem de uddannelser, der interesserer dig. Du får også mulighed for at tale med vores studerende og stille spørgsmål til vores medarbejdere i optagelsen og studievejlederne 🙋

For at få mest ud af dagen, er det en god idé, at du har læst om og set videopræsentationerne af uddannelserne på vores hjemmeside.

I programmet kan du finde ud af, hvornår hvilke bacheloruddannelser bliver gennemgået, så klik ind nu og planlæg din fremtid:


Det kan være svært at vælge bacheloruddannelse, men du kan gøre det nemmere ved at møde op på CBS d. 19. og 20. april til vores studievalgsarrangement 🏫

Arrangementet er for dig, der ikke har søgt endnu og for dig, der har søgt i kvote 2, men endnu ikke er sikker på rækkefølgen af prioriteringer.

Du kan høre om ligheder og forskelle mellem de uddannelser, der interesserer dig. Du får også mulighed for at tale med vores studerende og stille dine spørgsmål til vores medarbejdere i optagelsen og studievejlederne 🙋

For at få mest ud af dagen, er det en god idé, at du har læst om og set videopræsentationerne af uddannelserne på vores hjemmeside.

Læs programmet, læg en plan og bliv klogere på din studiesøgning:



During two days and more than 25 activities business professionals, students and researchers will meet to schowcase results and best practices within green transition.

And you can be part of it all on 18 and 19 April, right here at CBS ✅

See the programme and sign up here:

See you! 🦚



You are hereby invited to meet and network with a wide range of consultancy companies to learn more about career opportunities within consulting.

It is on 28 March at CBS and you can sign up here:



“We wish to recruit and retain talented researchers of both genders at this university. However, more female role models could perhaps contribute to more women getting a career within research. This will also give the university a larger talent pool to recruit from,” states Søren Hvidkjær, Dean of Research at CBS in an article posted on International Women’s Day, where CBS shares a list of female experts for the media to contact.

Recently, Danish Akademikerbladet published a list of the most quoted experts in Danish media in 2022, of which only three out of 50 were women. Based on Infomedia data, CBS has counted how much media coverage CBS researchers got in 2022. Among 50 of the most covered researchers, 45 were men and 5 were women.

At CBS only 20% of professors are women, but CBS is working towards more equal gender representation and the hope is, that more female researchers becoming more visible may have a positive impact on the university and the number of female professors in general.

See the full article and the list of female experts here:



You have until Wednesday at 23:59 to apply for a graduate programme at CBS. But instead of waiting till the last minute, you should stop by now and read all about how to apply - whether you have a bachelor from CBS or from another university 😎

Go, go go! 🏃

If you would like a bit more help, you can attend our Application Lounge on campus on 27 February. It's open from 10:00-15:00 and we have staff ready to answer your questions:



This year's Bachelor Open Days at CBS is 23 February 10:45-16:45. It's your chance to talk to our students, aks questions for our staff and hear all about the programmes you're interested in.

All you have to do is read the programme, mark the presentations you want to go to and show up for a great day that will help you make the right study choice. Easy! 😎

See all about the event here:



Future students need your help to make the right study choice 😎

is CBS’s Instagram account for potential students. Here they can see what studying is like at our different bachelor programmes and ask questions for our students.

So far, 7 CBS students have shared their thoughts, which means there are still 11 programmes that needs representation. If you’re interested in sharing what it’s like for you to be a student at CBS, and your programme is not already on the account, you can take over the account for a week and show everyone what it’s like to be you at CBS.

Sounds like something you would like to help us out with? Write an email to [email protected] to let us know 🙏

PS Before we hand over the password, we make sure you're comfortable in the role and we have your back through it all



The best way to find out what a programme is really like, is to hear it from a student. Therefore, we’re looking for graduate students who are willing to share their photo and a short text on what their student life is like.

✨ In return you get to keep your photo taken by a professional, so that you can make your LinkedIn profile or your cv look extra nice.

We only need two students per programme and the deadline is 24 February, so click on to now and find out more:



Send your application today! Even encourage a friends to do so too and make the study start fun for your new fellow students.

Bond with fellow Study Start Coordinators and Guides whiles planning a fun beginning for our new graduate students.

Deadline for application on Wednesday 15 February 📥

Read more about how to apply here:

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