Maja Green, International Business – What do you like about Danish winters? I like winter bathing and indoor ‘hygge’.
Morten Nitschley, head of the secretariat CBS Students – What do you like about Danish winters? I like when it snows and I can go skiing. And I like the different seasons as a whole.
Jytte Jürs, Campus Services – What do you like about Danish winters? Feeding the crows. We’ve been doing that for 20 years. They’re very intelligent and tap on our windowpanes when they want food. That’s winter for me!
Johann Wandschneider, BSc International Business and Politics – What do you like about Danish winters? It’s very dark outside and that’s actually the best way for me to work as much as possible and be productive.
Tine Simone Brizarr, event waitress, Spisestuerne – What do you like about Danish winters? I work very hard in the winter months, so I love coming home, putting my feet up and happily admiring my Christmas decorations with a glass of red wine in my hand. I love Christmas lights in this dark time of year.
Nicola Dottorini, MSc EBA – What do you like about Danish winters? Drinking hot chocolate and cooking with good friends.
Monique Tashini Jensen, Master in International Business and Politics – What do you like about Danish winters? I really like being outdoors and walking around in Copenhagen finding good cafés.
Peter Dan Eriksen, Campus Services – What do you like about Danish winters? Photographing the light and how it hits the forest early in the morning, for example.
Laura-Line M Nødgaard, MSc Economics and Business Administration: What gives you a cool feeling of being alive? I need many balls in the air at the same time and to feel as if anything is possible.
Emil Øhrgaard, IT support and BSc Business Economics: What gives you a cool feeling of being alive? I have to get out of my comfort zone by doing something like standing up and talking to 70 people.
Julie Lindskov Jensen: Student Hub: What gives you a cool feeling of being alive? That happens when I’m laughing with my colleagues … I have some really funny colleagues.
Gursewak Singh Dhaliwal, student CBS: What gives you a cool feeling of being alive? When I’m challenged and do something I don’t normally do and when I don’t feel too comfortable.
Claire Dupire, MSc in Business and Development studies: What gives you a cool feeling of being alive? I feel like that today. I’ve just graduated, I did my best and achieved the top result.
Kasper Christensen, freelance journalist, CBS WIRE: What gives you a cool feeling of being alive? It’s quite simple - when I’m listening to music that grips every cell in my body and intensifies the mood I’m in.
Lene Petersen, administrative manager HK: What gives you a cool feeling of being alive? When I hold a birthday, invite all my friends and family and see everyone having a good time sitting chatting and enjoying some ‘hygge’.
Oliver Tramsen, counselling officer: What gives you a cool feeling of being alive? Being by the ocean. There is just something about the air, and the light and the waves that is so invigorating.
At two meetings with the General Consultation Committee (HSU) and the Academic Council, the President of CBS answered criticism about the absence of involvement in the final stages of the strategy process up to the CBS Board Meeting on June 29. Members of the two collegial organs still lack a good explanation as to why the decision was made to finalize the strategy in secret, and expect more involvement in the strategy process going forward.
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.
The last week in September, students can take advantage of a wide range of online debates, talks, company pitches, presentations and chats – all designed and dedicated to helping students prepare for their future careers. The program contains 18 events, with 41 different companies attending.
Teachers with children were most negatively affected by the lockdown, a new CBS survey shows. However, 40 percent of female faculty members report being responsible for more than 60 percent of the childcare.
Teachers’ and students’ experiences of the spring semester’s online teaching are described in a comprehensive new CBS survey. Mainly the quality of the teaching and students’ motivation has been rated lower. “I’m not surprised,” says CBS’ Associate Dean for Technology-Enhanced Learning, who hopes that the knowledge can improve the quality of future online teaching.