My studies were alright. A lot of reading, which for me as an international with a job on the side was impossible to keep up with. Though, you can catch up before exam time if you attend classes and take into account what the teachers are interested in knowing. I graduated with a high grade (10) so you can do it too!
It does lack the international mindset in my opinion. Its social media is mostly in Danish but they do publish in English every now and then. The international student proportion compared to Danish is very low, especially because the majority of internationals were still from the Scandinavian countries.
Study-wise there are a lot of mix ups and late announcements, confused professors about guidelines (Bachelor guidelines were not up to date until 2 days before hand in, therefore lot of us lost about 1000dkk on printing and time)
The graduation ceremony was just of poor performance. No graduation hats, no names of graduates read, only 3 students were featured, speakers (lecturers) were only teaching 1/3 of the class so the majoroty of us didn’t even know the person speaking. Afterall, we had a small reception but without cakes. Though the food was ok, I feel like there is a lot of improvement here. Bachelor graduates deserve as nice of a ceremony as the masters… Not all of us want to study further on at CBS so we should receive equal treatment.
I graduted in June but still didn’t receive my degree.
Overall, the school’s good reputation is a plus so I guess that justifies my 3*.