Study Business Abroad Copenhagen Business School in Denmark
57% Rating
(3 Reviews)

Study Business Abroad Copenhagen Business School in Denmark

Thank you for showing an interest in joining us at the Copenhagen Business School as an exchange student. A semester or year abroad is going to add broad dimensions to your life, not to mention your potential as a future international employee. Be proud of yourself for taking this enormous step upward in your academic, personal, and professional life.

The Copenhagen Business School has 18,000 students and an annual intake of 1,500 exchange students. With this number of students as well as 600 full-time researchers and 600 administrative employees, CBS is one of the largest business schools in Europe. Courses are taught using a mix of English and Danish.

Locations
Europe » Denmark » Copenhagen
Program Type
Direct Enrollment
Subject Areas
Degree Level
Bachelors
Masters
Timeframe
Academic Year
Fall
Spring
Summer
Steps
Online Application
Statement of Purpose
Letters of Recommendation
Starting Price
$10,000.00
Currency
USD
Other Locations
Copenhagen

Questions & Answers

Program Reviews

  • Academics
    47%
  • Support
    50%
  • Fun
    50%
  • Housing
    67%
  • Safety
    70%

Program Reviews (3)

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Sam
Male
24 years old
Minneapolis, MN
University of Minnesota

Very different from American Universities but amazing time!

7/10

I studied abroad at the Copenhagen Business School for a semester. Overall I had a great experience and would definitely recommend it. Denmark is an amazing place to study abroad in general. CBS is a great school overall but there were a few issues with the study abroad program. The worst part of my experience was with the student housing. First of all, they cannot even guarantee you a spot as an exchange student but luckily I got a spot. Second, the housing is extremely expensive for what you get, even in an expensive place like Copenhagen. We experienced many issues with our particular residence and the school was very unhelpful since all of the housing is privately run. The quality of the academics, or maybe just the elective classes offered to exchange students, also seemed to be lacking.

Even though there were some issues, it was still a great experience mostly because of the awesome city and all the great people you will meet.

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sascha
Male
42 years old
copenhagen, denmark

information about discrimination

1/10

There is discrimination of poor people at CBS by employees. I was kicked out by campus service 4 times because I collect bottles which can be exchanged for money in food stores. They do it despite I got answer from legal office of CBS that I can collect bottles after classes are finished.

Therefore I can ask: When employees of CBS are discriminators, can this school produce social responsible managers for business? Corporate social responsibility stays just marketing, to make better PR image of company or school, people and planet will be destroyed by managers who are educated to produce profit for shareholders of some company. CBS produce managers, therefore CBS has responsibility in decreasing discrimination of poor people who are often exploited in Africa and Asia by managers (yes, by managers, shareholders enjoy in Swiss Alps, they don't have contact with workers). For example, 60% of child labor in India is done for subcontractor of Monsanto corporation.
Not only employees than students also, they should not discriminate those who are poorer than they are.

Beside it, computers in group rooms at CBS are prehistoric already several years, from 1997 or similar.

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TLouBird
Female
29 years old
San Francisco, California

Best Memories from College

9/10

I cannot begin to describe what an incredible experience I had at the Copenhagen Business School through my study abroad program at USC. From signing up for housing, to being paired with a CBS "Danish Buddy," to language immersion classes I felt comfortable and confident that I had chosen the right study abroad program from the very school. The CBS is incredibly organized, the staff could not have been friendlier, and I loved my housing situation - a beautiful apartment with a French balcony overlooking an apartment. Seven years and counting have gone by and I still look back fondly with incredible memories. I still stay in close touch with my friends that I met abroad, and two even attended my wedding this past summer. Amazing!!

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