Copenhagen Business School - CBS • Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen Business School (CBS) is a Danish public university, which is located in the heart of Denmark's capital. CBS roots can be traced back to 1917, when it was established by the Danish Society for the Advancement of Business Education and Research (FUHU). Nowadays, CBS has 20,000 students and 1,500 employers, making it one of the largest business schools in Europe. The school offers a wide range of degree programmes at undergraduate and graduate level. The courses are business-related, hence prepare students for a career in the public and private sector. The international-focused programmes are accredited by EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB, which makes CBS one of the few global schools and one of two Danish schools that hold the triple-crown accreditation. CBS provides an international learning environment: most of the programmes offered are taught in English either by Danish academics or one of CBS's many foreign teachers. The CBS campus was completed in 2000 and is home to state-of-the-art facilities and the latest technologies and equipment, in order to provide its students with the best training possible. The current President of CBS is Per Holten-Andersen, who was appointed by the Board of Directors. Copenhagen Business School is a proud education provider within business administration and economics. It is known for its strong and ever improving research base which lead to CBS getting a Centre of Excellence, which was completely founded by the Danish National Research Foundation. CBS has many international partners, and is therefore able to offer double-degree programmes with numerous universities abroad. Thus students are able to get a truly international experience. Students who decide to study towards a double-degree spend the first academic year at CBS and the second at the host institution of their choice. CBS is committed to equip its students with everything they need to succeed in the working world.