How can you help women that are victims of human trafficking and are being exploited mentally and sexually? Student writer Ida Söderholm has dedicated a large part of her free time to aid these women of the streets through the organization EXIST. Read about her experiences, doubts and fears.
25 May 2022
Hashem Ghorbani: Often international students do not have extensive networks – we want to change that
“We wish to facilitate space where international students and companies can learn from each other and network while having a really good time,” says Hashem Ghorbani, founder of the NGO Instu and initiator of the student organisation Instu CBS, which is hosting an event on 30 March with the private equity firms Polaris and EQT.
25 Mar 2022
Maxime Leroux´s exchange visit to CBS added the last piece in the puzzle of creating an app that encourages its users, with one small act a day, to join in a global joint effort. With famous faces as key ambassadors, the app aims to make the world more sustainable, and to reach new heights this year. “All of this could have taken a completely different direction if not for my stay in Copenhagen.”
23 Feb 2022
Orange-vested Covid-19 self-test assistants are spotted at Solbjerg Campus. They are student workers recruited through the student and company matchmaking platform StudentCrew – a business co-founded by a CBS student.
25 May 2021
Philip Puggaard started the podcast series Boys Don’t Cry: “Feeling alone is the worst feeling in the world”
“When I recorded the first episode that Sunday, I remember thinking to myself how I had been in the wrong headspace all day, but that it presented the perfect opportunity to press play and record,” says CBS student Philip Puggaard. Now, he is inviting guests to share their personal experiences and have open discussions surrounding topics that are difficult to talk about.
13 Apr 2021
One of the largest student organizations at CBS is reaching out to students who are feeling lonely and lacking motivation. “The organization is a place where students can try new activities and discover new skills without fear of judgement. It’s a safe space to find out if crazy ideas are actually brilliant instead,” according to the board members.
24 Mar 2021
Business angel and entrepreneur teacher Nicolaj Højer Nielsen is currently in contact with 258 start-up businesses hungry to recruit CBS talent. With only 60 students in his class, he is now faced with the positive problem of exceptionally high demand for students. A sign-up sheet has been created for remaining CBS students who are interested in getting involved.
04 Feb 2021
Cancer-free for intro days: My friends and I had decided to do a one-week raw vegan challenge, and to end off, got our bloodwork done. Their results came back completely normal, but you should have seen mine!
The survival rate was 98 percent, but more than once, CBS student Alicia Carayol Sanchez was fighting for her life after being diagnosed with cancer. She shares what helped her focus on the light at the end of the tunnel when the darkness felt overpowering, and how fighting a deadly disease for over two years has changed her perspective on life and her career.
03 Feb 2021
Self-reflection is part of the new CBS strategy. Three students share their thoughts on what self-reflection means to them, and how to avoid getting lost in your ambitions and goals.
22 Oct 2020
Merveille Musungay recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree from CBS and now owns a start-up catering company offering a complementary selection of African and Danish cuisines. Here, she shares her start-up struggles and what spurred her on to create her business. Now she is taking electives in marketing law and taxes.
21 Sep 2020
After setting aside her creative talent in her early teenage years, a tragic event brought Helena Sokol, a student at CBS, back to art. She is now using creative expression both as a cheaper form of therapy and as a way to bridge perspectives. 20 artistic pieces portraying relatable emotions and moments of dark rawness are on display at Solbjerg Plads until April.
28 Feb 2020
Three students share what they have learned from being part of the CBS Case Competition organizing committee and explain why everyone can benefit from working with a more sustainable and inclusive mindset. New initiatives for this year include QR codes instead of flyers, and charity contributions instead of Amazon gift cards.
11 Feb 2020
Be careful what you wish for because you just might get it! A minigolf game to play while sitting on the toilet, a nicely wrapped toilet role, a chopping board from your lover or a food dehydrator that previously only existed in your dreams. Do you remember your best and worst Christmas gifts ever?
13 Dec 2019
Assistant Professor Thomas Frick wants to ‘fill the gap’ between theoretical and practical learning in the area of digital marketing. Together with his students, he has created the platform MealonSU. “Creating a business as a learning tool has brought significant value to our learning experience,” says Diana Dobre, a student on the course.
19 Nov 2019
Björn Behn and his former classmate Jeppe Skovgaard co-founded a movement studio called ‘Rört’. They now want to encourage other students to follow their dreams and explore the ideas that spark their curiosity and motivation, instead of looking for external validation of their career decisions.
05 Nov 2019