How do you plan to enjoy this autumn? "By drinking a lot of chai latte and watching lots of series on telly. I plan to have hygge-time listening to indie rock." Luiza Gardeva, Programming and Marketing, guest student
How do you plan to enjoy this autumn? "Partly by studying. I will also play table tennis and use my energy on projects concerning the Nordic Study Abroad Community.” Christopher Normann, BSc in Economics and Business Administration
How do you plan to enjoy this autumn? “This fall, I’m doing a minor in sustainable business, and I’ll be biking as much as I can on country roads. Also being with friends and drinking beer.” Vera Risberg, MSc in Management of Innovation and Business Development
How do you plan to enjoy this autumn? “I just started working at CBS, so I will be doing IT projects. I’m visiting the system owners, introducing a one pager about how to order a CBS webpage.”Ellen Bagge, IT project manager
How do you plan to enjoy this autumn? “I’m looking forward to exploring Denmark, visiting Louisiana and castles. Also Aalborg, Aarhus and Roskilde. Maybe biking to forests and stuff like that. I’m here until December.” Nam Le, Programming and Data Analysis, exchange student
How do you plan to enjoy this autumn? “I’m motivated by finishing my education as well as possible. And I’d like to start planning my future in business.” Danny Yildirim, MSc in Business Administration and Commercial Law
How do you plan to enjoy this autumn? “My birthday is in the fall, which is a highlight. Also, I’m looking forward to dressing up for a Halloween party with friends. Not all in, but medium level dressing up.” Frederikke Hausgaard, BSc in Business Administration and Market Dynamics and Cultural Analysis
How do you plan to enjoy this autumn? “I’m going to do absolutely nothing – no plans. I like to take one day at a time and see where it takes me." Sebastian Stoltze, BSc in Business Administration and Psychology
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "I adjust, really. For example, by gearing down from my summertime activity level. During grey, darker periods, I focus more on self-care and look after myself better." Annabel Kersalu, BSc in Business Administration and Psychology.
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "I reach out to my student friends a lot. We motivate each other a great deal, especially during sad times when the weather may also be grey. We keep each other’s spirits up." Carl Christiansen, HA (it).
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "I usually find my friends and family. Sometimes I feel alone with my thoughts, and it’s OK for a while along with a good cup of tea. But it’s good to be sharing with my friends and family." Hassib Chahrour, BSc in Economics and Business Administration, HA Almen.
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "To be honest, I avoid grey and sad things. I ignore them and just carry on living like it’s summer. I go for that run and cycle to university, and I don’t let grey get in my way." Caroline Nørgaard, BSc in Economics and Business Administration, HA Almen.
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "I try to do creative stuff and meet up with colourful people. It’s a great break from more grey everyday life. Hanging out with people who give me energy lifts my spirits on grey days." Jenny Solberg, BSc in Business Administration and Organisational Communications, HA (kom.).
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "I call my mom." Mikkel Gabel, BSc in Business Administration and Organisational Communications, HA (kom.).
How do you cope with grey days when they come along? "I guess I get a little sad because all the light is disappearing more and more every day. Darkness is coming. But drinking coffee with my friends brightens me up." Lukas Nørgård, BSc in Economics and Business Administration, HA Almen .
How do you cope with grey days when they come along?
"I look for more pleasure, instantaneous bliss and joy. Because they are the quickest rewards. Small things can do it, like a nice hot chocolate. " Zainab Ghaiby – MSc in Advanced Economics and Finance (cand.oecon).
Confusion, crisis meetings and – hopefully – clarification. The MSc EBA (cand.merc.) reform, which proposed cutting four of the current 14 concentrations from 2024 onwards, has sparked criticism. CBS WIRE sums up the main questions from faculty and students and puts them to President Nikolaj Malchow-Møller and the Programme Director for the MSc (cand.merc.) programmes, Henrik Sornn-Friese.
In a bid to align CBS’s flagship MSc EBA (cand.merc.) programme with ministerial requirements, the MSc EBA (cand.merc.) study board’s recommendation to senior management is to cut away five of the current 14 concentrations. Senior Management approves, but will save Applied Economics and Finance (AEF). Both the Academic Council and a reference group are raising concerns, not least over a “rushed process” and the reduction of core areas such as economics, organisation and marketing. Senior Management will host an open online Teams meeting on Wednesday 9 November at 11:15 and a meeting for students and others interested on Thursday 10 November at 8:45.
Making the right decisions for a new venture to prosper centres on recognising which stage the business has reached. Researchers at CBS created a matrix that helps ventures define where they are on their path to success – or failure.
With major international crises and several political parties proposing to reduce the length of master’s programmes and turn grants into loans, there is plenty to consider when voting in the Danish parliamentary election. But which topics do CBS students give top priority?
Algorithms have a hold on the stock markets that has fuelled the need for regulation. But how do we regulate what we don’t understand?
The second generation of trading algorithms are designing their own investment strategies – and they are so complicated that we are unable to understand them.
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