Our student reporter, Caroline Sølver, who lived in Berlin for three years before moving back to her hometown of Copenhagen to begin her studies at CBS, shares five tips for a day of eating in Berlin. The German metropolis offers delicious food (no schnitzel though, sorry!) and is budget-friendly. This is the perfect guide for your next trip to Berlin!
Spring is finally here! Or at least, we got a taste of what sunshine and warmer temperatures feel like after an eternal winter. According to our student writer Caroline Sølver, you should definitely spend an hour or two in good company in some of the green areas and parks in Copenhagen.
Our student reporter, Caroline Sølver, takes you on a tour to five cool places in Copenhagen. They’re almost entirely secret, yet not entirely crowded. They’re perfect if you’ve already done the list of tourist attractions in Copenhagen or have stood in endless lines for popular restaurants and cafés that don’t take reservations.
Spring is here. That means many things. The lighter Scandinavian nights that you’ve been waiting for all winter are approaching. It is finally socially acceptable to eat ice cream every day. But it also means that the flea market season is back and Copenhagen has a lot of great ones to choose from. Here is student reporter Caroline Sølvers' list of the top five best flea markets in Copenhagen.
Is summer time all about hanging out with friends, sipping rosé, and jumping in the ocean? Or is it about burying yourself in books in order to obtain yet another 7,5 ETCS points? Well, at CBS, one version of summertime doesn’t have to exclude the other.
The story about two cleaning ladies at Solbjerg Plads was – for a long time – your favorite. That is, right until the last business language program at CBS was closed. Then a guide to SU-friendly restaurants popped up and that ended up taking the number one spot. Check out our list of the 10 most read stories on CBS WIRE last year. Did you miss any of them?
Christmas is soon upon us and finding the right gifts in this short amount of time can just push anyone over the edge. Whether it’s for secret Santa, a gift for a julefrokost gettogether, or Christmas Eve, Sara Gholami has got you covered. Here are some gift ideas for those who need to buy something in a flash and are strapped for cash.
Winter is near, and while many people dread the cold season, I am also quite sure that winter contributes to the illustrious Danish “hygge" culture”. Here is CBS student Caroline Sølvers’ list of the top five things to do on a winter’s Sunday in Copenhagen.
Thinking about going to Sydney? Sarah Møller Christiansen has some ideas on where to go if you want to check out nice beaches, cafes, and landmarks such as Sydney's Opera House. So if you're into surfing, or watching surfers, and taking strolls on the coast then read what Sydney has to offer.
One way of experiencing a country’s culture is through your stomach. So, here’s a list of dishes that you should sink your teeth into while in Denmark. Caution! They contain heavy amounts of fat and sugar. Velbekomme!
Copenhagen frequently shows up on lists with the most expensive cities in the world. But that doesn’t mean you have to reach deep into your pockets to enjoy the many experiences and adventures that the city has to offer. In fact, for some places you don’t even have to reach into your pocket at all.
Eating out in Belgrade, Serbia is like traveling to four different countries, writes CBS student Milan Stojkovic, who originates from there. He also gives you pro-tips on what to do and see when in Belgrade.
Student reporter Eric Maganga gives his pro-tips on how to be good at networking - both in person and online.
Moving to Berlin on her own inspired Caroline Sølver to join the Buddy Program at CBS. She gives six good reasons for why you should join - one of them is getting friends for life.
Most of us have experienced the problem of finishing our coffees and outstaying our welcome at a café. That's why we've put together a list of five, nice and "hyggelige" cafes in Copenhagen that are great to work or study at in Copenhagen.
It can be a little stressful applying to one of the more competitive student organization. Three of the largest and most popular student organizations shine a light on why you should join a student organization and what they are looking for when recruiting students.
“I’m currently looking for a job/a new job” – that phrase is one I hear over and over again amongst my group of friends. Many of them are looking to find a job ASAP in order to pay their rent while others are just looking for something different to the job they have now.
No matter what time of the year you go to Helsinki, remember to be prepared. The weather shifts faster than you can say snow, but don’t worry, you’ll always find a place to get warm again.
Finding accommodation in Copenhagen is like a race that can’t be won without cheats, good connections, or a booming bank account. Nevertheless, there are actually things that you can do to avoid scammers and make the chances of finding accommodation higher.
According to world politics and various news’ sites, the Middle East doesn’t seem like the most appealing place to travel for a relaxing and safe holiday. But beyond the conflicts lies multiple destinations of interesting cultural and historical content and a great place to start is the capital of Jordan: Amman.