I took an MSC in Innovation and Business Development. The program was quite underwhelming,
with more than a few structural weaknesses in the main study curricula. Bottom line the
content was very fluffy and doesn’t really teach you much. Severe lack of practical experiences.
Bureaucracy is tragic, and grading criteria can be quite weird for non Danes, as CBS loves to
assign grades based on “Learning objectives” which are little more than a generic list of
obvious things and other less clear elements.
The good aspects of CBS mostly rely in the surrounding community. Student organizations,
ongoing events on many many topics and globally the possibility to get a lot of exposure
to a lot of different topics quickly, really boost your experience.
Another good point is the many opportunities to go on exchange. A special mention should also
go to the career center that actually provides stellar support, unlike many other “help desks”