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Copenhagen Business School
‘Gamble or safe bet’, ‘Sometimes it’s better not to be alone’ and ‘Does everyone have a seat at the table?’ are some of the slogans in a new political campaign by CBS Students, which wants students to vote in order to remedy a 20 percent participation rate at the last CBS election and prevent student democracy from dying a slow death.
12 Oct 2020
The old police station at Frederiksberg, now known as Station, has been positively transformed into a student innovation house. Now, student organizations are ready to move in.
09 Oct 2020
Ever since she was a little girl, she has wanted to be a professional football player. Today she’s 25 years old and her dream has come true. In just one year, Amalie Thestrup has moved from her local club in Ballerup-Skovlunde to Liverpool F.C. – but despite her new career and ocean-view apartment, she is still studying for her master’s degree at CBS.
07 Oct 2020
According to student reporter Caroline Sølver, Copenhagen may be a small capital, yet it has everything you need, including great museums that share the history of Copenhagen and Denmark through art, design and artefacts. Here are five great museums to add to your Copenhagen bucket list.
07 Oct 2020
I chose to study for an HD at CBS not to get my degree certificate, but for the sole purpose of increasing my economics and business expertise Nicky Andersen, professional dancer and choreographer and CBS student
Student Welfare Week aims to emphasize the importance of a healthy study environment at CBS. Behind the solely online campaign is CBS Students, with the Danish Minister of Education, Djøf and student representatives giving input on how to improve CBS students’ welfare at a time when it is needed more than ever.
06 Oct 2020
A CBS researcher has developed a ‘butterfly model’ that she believes can answer precisely that question – and help prepare the rest of the world for similar crises.
22 Sep 2020
Is the coronavirus just a 'common cold'? Or are we 'at war' with an 'invisible enemy'? Our choice of metaphors has consequences in pandemic times.
22 May 2020
BOOK REVIEW: Every country has its own national humour community, and what Danes find funny can seem offensive to a Swede or Frenchman.
29 Jan 2020