Independent University Newspaper
Copenhagen Business School

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CBS WIRE is an independent university newspaper, produced at CBS and launched in May 2017. We send out newsletters to 35,000 readers every two weeks.

Our vision

CBS WIRE aims to be a curious, thorough and accessible media with a critical, balanced, fair, involving and engaging editorial profile. To stay relevant and dynamic, we constantly explore new paths. We reach out to the student and staff communities at CBS, encouraging them to share their views, contribute articles, or help to develop the platform.

Photo: Anna Holte

We write about

CBS WIRE writes about newsworthy topics and trends drawn from the CBS community, academia or society in general. Through our choice of relevant stories and media exposure, we target students, researchers, CBS staff, and other stakeholders who have an interest in CBS, including Danish and international companies.

Student reporters and bloggers

CBS WIRE enjoys working with students who would like to contribute either interesting CBS-related news stories or a blog highlighting personal reflections on student life.

CBS WIRE always aims to feature a range of student voices – and you will gain valuable experience writing for a professional newspaper and receiving feedback, with proofreading included in the process.

For inspiration and a general idea of what CBS WIRE blog posts look like, please check the blog section.

Blogs should be a max. length of 10,000 characters. You are welcome to provide your own photos for the story. Bloggers are paid a fee of DKK 300 per blog post or news story.


The Media Board

Behind the Editorial Board is the Media Board, which includes a selection of staff and student representatives, who will help to develop CBS WIRE’s editorial course.

  • Susana Borras, Chairman of the board, Professor, Department of Organization
  • Anja Sandfeld, Programme Administration Services
  • Ina Rosen, Deputy Head of Executive Support and Communication
  • Tine Silfvander, Office Attorney at Department of Management, Society and Communication
  • Henrik Johannsen Duus, Associate Professor at Department of Marketing
  • Jessica Nguyen, CBS student
  • Frederik Damsgaard, CBS student