Study in Denmark with Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen Business School History
Copenhagen Business School is a public university in Copenhagen, Denmark and it is considered as one of the most prestigious business schools in Western Europe. The University was established in 1917 by the Danish Society for the Advancement of Business Education and Research. The University is regulated by the Danish Universities Act of 2003.
Copenhagen Business School Programs, Courses, and Schools
Copenhagen Business School offers 19 bachelor programs, in which eight programs are taught in English and eleven programs taught in Danish. The University offers thirty-nine master's programs. The largest master's program is MSc in Economics and Business Administration with 14 concentrations. There are seven master programs in Social Science. Five of them are taught in English.
Copenhagen Business School Campuses
CBS is an urban university primarily located in four modern buildings in Frederiksberg. The main complex, Solbjerg Plads surrounded by gardens and outdoor living space. The complex comprises of interconnected concrete, auditoriums, faculty office space, a cafeteria, the main library, a student bar, and the campus bookstore. Dalgas is the oldest building. Kilen was opened in 2006 and includes student classrooms, study spaces, and offices for research and administration.
Copenhagen Business School Achievements and USP
The Copenhagen Business School MBA program has been ranked 28 by Bloomberg Business Week in its International Full-time MBA Ranking. This ranking does not include Business schools in the US. The Aspen Institute's "Beyond Grey Pinstripes" bi-annual report ranked the Copenhagen Business School MBA program 43 globally.
Copenhagen Business School Notable Alumni
Claus Meyer Nielsen (Entrepreneur), Søren Skou (CEO of Maersk), Fritz Schur (Danish businessman), Sharmi Albrechtsen (Canadian journalist)
Copenhagen Business School Programs
Copenhagen Business School Application Requirements
Copenhagen Business School Cost of studies
Bachelors: DKK 84,000
Masters: Fees vary each program.
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific fees.
Copenhagen Business School Deadlines
Bachelors: March 15
Masters: March 3
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.