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New national funding system for education is “opaque” and “complex”

CBS got off cheap after a new national funding system affecting all higher education institutions has been announced. The new system will not cause a deficit in CBS’ budget, but it will not solve some of the financial challenges that CBS is facing. The University Director and the President of CBS Students describe the new system as “opaque” and “complex”.


Brain drain: 56 % of the international students leave DK after graduating from CBS

It’s a bad sign that international graduates tend to leave Denmark, and Wilbert van der Meer, the Director of Dean’s Office, describes the tendency as ”unfortunate” and ”worrying”. Because of this, CBS is about to launch different initiatives which include a Job Search Academy and a review of all the programs to ensure that the chances of getting a job and retaining the students becomes higher.

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Get a tour of CBS’ new, cool dorm; Nimbuskollegiet

Nimbuskollegiet opens its doors for 145 new students in the beginning of January. Niels Laursen, the inspector from CBS Academic Housing, gives us a tour and shows us the new facilities.

Theme: Sustainability

When what is left undone sends the strongest message

Lectures in sustainability and CSR are not worth much if CBS itself does not set a good example, argues Maribel Blasco, Associate Professor at CBS. According to her, students will only take responsibility and sustainability seriously if CBS shows that it does so itself as well. “Students spot hypocrisy right away,” she says.

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IT Support’s Christmas Wishes: No paper jams and a telephone-robot

If you had unlimited resources and access to technology that has not even been invented yet, what would you then want for Christmas? Maybe a flying car or a machine to record your dreams and play it as a movie. At IT Support, they want something as simple as a printer that is paper jam proof and a telephone-robot that could redirect the users who are in need of help.

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CBS has got all gender toilets signs – what do you think about them?

CBS has decided to change the signs by the toilets at the Solbjerg Plads campus so as to include people of all genders. The newest addition is a person split in two; one half being female and the other male. But for a little while longer a sign with a mother who is changing her baby’s diapers can still be found at CBS. And that is sending mixed messages, explains a gender researcher at CBS.

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They won the election at CBS – Here’s what they have on their minds?

More feedback, opening up the Academic Council, creating more of an impact on our education, and working with the educational profile. These are some of the themes that the three elected students, from the Academic Council and the Board of CBS, want to work towards in the coming year. Meet them at CBS WIRE and listen to their 1-minute elevator pitch.


Around the world in three semesters

Anne Katrine Kiær Troelsen, Philip Piasecki, and Winnie Cheung are spending the next three semesters studying in Denmark, Hong Kong, and the USA as a part of the program called GLOBE. They are taking their place among 54 hand-picked undergraduates who get the chance to travel and Study at the three corners of Earth.


CBS gets its hands on a gold mine of data

CBS has become in charge of coordinating the new data platform Danish Research Data for the Social Sciences (DRDS). It gives easier access to humongous amounts of data, which Denmark is world renowned for collecting and preserving. “The only limit is your imagination,” says the Dean of Research at CBS about the endless possibilities of the new data platform.

As the world grows smaller, there is a need for a multicultural aspect in many companies Lotte Bro Barnkob, project manager at CBS Careers


They are their own interns

Running a start-up while studying and working on the side can be a tough game to play. There is no way to make the day longer, but there is a way to get more time to work on your start-up. Marc Pascal Landgreen and Marie-Louise Reade Lomholt, both CBS students, are currently doing an internship in their own business. And apart from moving their business forward, they also get 15 ECTS for doing the internship.


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