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Meet Jesse Schwartz the piano jukebox

Beyoncé, Adele, Led Zeppelin, and Foo Fighters. CBS alum Jesse Schwartz plays every song, you can name without any sheet music, and he used to play at SP.01 when he was an exchange student at CBS back in 2008.

Guide

Student friendly restaurants in Copenhagen

While people often mention that Copenhagen is a great city, there are also two more negative sides to Copenhagen that people tend to mention.

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Students could be less innovative in five years

Tight scheduled curricula can lead to more stressed and less innovative students, argue CBS researcher Maribel Blasco and professor in educational psychology Emmanuel Manalo. They call for more space for deep learning and incorporation of blended learning.

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The odd one out

A more critical focus on diversity at the universities and other workplaces is needed, if we want to break with the gender norms and stereotypes that can lead to excluding work practices, argues Ph.D Fellow Jannick Friis Christensen from CBS.

Blog

What to Do About Summer?

As the August sun burns, summer is slowly coming to an end. Ahead lies a new school year with tasks and challenges, making us question whether or not the last few months have been successfully used as a student.

Guide

Melbourne: The coffee capital of the world?

If you love coffee, partying and people-gazing, Melbourne is the place to go. Mihika Deb went there on her exchange and gives you all the pro tips for the city Down-Under.

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With a Little Help from Singapore

Four Singaporean students are interns at Vejrhøj and Sitpack this summer as part of a summer school hosted by CBS. The students help with everything from packing products to investigating the Asian market, and in return, they get insights into the companies and the quirks of Danish culture.

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Virtual Reality Creating Real Knowledge

VR-technology is winning its way into the business and entertainment world, but is it also beneficial for universities? Yes, says former CBS student Simon Borrit and Master in light design Zoltán Tasnádi from Aalborg University. No – not yet, says Jakob Ravn, Chief consultant from CBS.

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Party time: CBS joins CPH Pride for the first time

CBS partaking in this year’s pride parade is not only an important statement both towards employees and students but also outwards, argue a proud student and associate professor. But not all parts of CBS support the initiative financially.

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How a Student’s problem triggered a succesful Business Venture

On the verge of graduation, a group of International Business students felt they were lacking a clear overview of the job market they were about to enter. This led them to start a new website, which aims to make all graduate programs visible and applicable free of charge for all students.

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The Queen of the Blue MBA

Persian born, Swedish based and working in Copenhagen Irene Rosberg is the epitome of a cosmopolitan. Just like the shipping industry she works within. On 12th August, her class of 2017 graduated from the Blue MBA, one of the most prestigious MBA’s within the shipping industry at CBS.

Guide

Copenhagen: Five spots you have to try this summer

Are you in Copenhagen for the summer, but not quite sure how to spend your time? Fear not. Student Caroline Sølver gives you ideas for five things to try.

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Researchers know how you behave at Roskilde Festival

Researchers love festivals, as they are like living labs. 14 scientists from CBS are going to this year’s Roskilde Festival to gather data about how much people walk, sleep, their behavior on social media and what they talk about during the festival.

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The fight for the city

Residents around cities of Europe are fed up with tourists, even though most governments want to attract more. Researchers at CBS have investigated how branding a city can make residents and tourists better friends.

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How French Apples Created a Revolutionary Entrepreneurship

A semester abroad turned into a cider revolution for the newly CBS graduate, Paw Wöhlk. The young entrepreneur is about to launch Copenhagen’s first cider bar this July and despite the hard work of starting a business, he only encourages others to do the same.

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Does CBS top management have a problem with its style and structure?

A new committee, set by the Academic Council, has looked into why the academic staff has a low confidence in the top management at CBS and found four major issues. We asked the top management what consequences this report will have.

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Students Unite: CBS’ Program Portfolio Needs your Help

Three students want to change the content of CBS’ program portfolio, and they need your help. The aim is to make it clearer what skills and qualifications the various CBS educations acquire and provide.

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CBS and UN come Together to Get More Women in Leading Positions

CBS is worst in class in terms of gender diversity compared to other Danish universities. Now, the President of CBS is joining a newly establish initiative by the UN Women Nordic Office and The Boston Consulting Group to support more women to take on leading positions, despite not having any set goals for the future.

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In Search of My Career Path

What is it like to graduate? Leaving the student comfort zone and preparing for the real life of being an adult with a full-time job? Newly fledged graduate, Signe Lund Bunke shares her thoughts in her new blog.