Agim Saciri, student, HA Almen: He has been there for me my entire life and has shown me that you can reach the stars if you like. He is my big brother. He is my inspiration.
Maria Fomsgaard Jensen, student, HA Mat: ’Believe in yourself! You can do it! Put it off! Give yourself a break!’ This is what my dad says. He guides me through the challenging times. He is my idol.
Yam Gyamfi, student, cand.merc.jur: I have a partner who is an entrepreneur. Whenever he gets an idea, he moves on with it immediately, and makes things happen the same day. That is really inspiring.
Allan Stockfleth Olsen, Head of Information Service: Martin Luther King! He is my idol. His power, his way of speaking, and his opinions on anti-violence have inspired me greatly.
Amporn Kamminsen, server, Spisestuerne: My dad is definitely my idol. He has taught me “that you need to do good, to likewise receive it.” His words are in my heart forever.
Anne Marie Lykkegaard, journalist, CBS WIRE: “Do or do not. There is no try.” These are the words of Jedi master Yoda from Star Wars. Whenever I’m about to do something I’ve never done before, I like to turn to his words for inspiration.
Philip Adolphsen, student, Business Strategy: What inspires me the most is my dad and the way he works. He works a lot, but at the same time he makes sure to have fun.
Silke Jensen, academic officer, Student hub: My mom is a very special person. She has an incredible energy, and she is really good at listening. She always says: ‘Yes, that’s right!’ She makes me happy.
Liv Bjerge Laursen, librarian: I am a true admirer of my husband. He is very persistent and systematic about the things he does, and that includes the work on himself.
Oscar Brøcher Madsen, BSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law: What are your thoughts on autumn? Christmas is coming and I actually like sitting revising for exams together.
Morsal Asef Safi, IT: What are your thoughts on autumn? Very definitely Danish ‘hygge’ with cakes and making time for baking. Doughnut hygge!
Søren Sand Mørkeberg, BSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law: What are your thoughts on autumn? That special smell of leaves drifting down off the trees as the wind blows. It’s charming, even though it’s a bit cold.
Cecikia Flachs, academic officer, Student Hub: What are your thoughts on autumn? I love autumn! The trees change colour, pumpkins and Halloween… I take it all in because it’s over so soon.
Nicolai Mandix Hansen, BSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law: What are your thoughts on autumn? The air has a special freshness and you can feel the season changing.
Emilie Steen Richardt, BSc in European Business: What are your thoughts on autumn? It’s a time of change … an intense and hard time with exams. You know you really have to do your best.
Martin Brødbæk, Student Administration: What are your thoughts on autumn? The best thing about autumn is that it’s suddenly OK to be a bit melancholic – and hot tea and candlelight, of course!
Tine Büchler Poulsen, Education and Quality: What are your thoughts on autumn? That I make a positive list of things to look forward to like soup, snow, Christmas holidays, tulips and the daylight returning.
Ever had a hard time finding an affordable café or activity as a student? As a part of the course Digital Marketing Strategy, a class of 70 CBS students have invented StudentLifeCPH.com – a website suggesting great places to eat, drink and have fun around Copenhagen on SU. But although it may all sound like a regular business idea, instead it mimics one.
A student has brought the introduction of Hong Kong’s National Security Law up for discussion among members of the IBA study board. Are students from Hong Kong protected from the extraterritorial law? The Academic Program Director reflects on the situation, and a CBS student reports from Hong Kong, where the new law and Covid-19 are inextricably linked.
Since graduating from CBS, Sara Lyng has worked in a wide range of areas. Watch her telling her emotional rollercoaster story in the video below, produced by Emil Nørgaard Munk from Teaching & Learning by CBS.