Humans of CBSbyLisbeth Holten
Liza Dava, IBP, Exchange Student from Budapest: I have been here for two years, and I really find all the student organizations so nice. It's easy to find something which is interesting. For instance, I really like the CBS Feminist Society.
Philip Maldia Madsen, HA Mat: It’s great that you have people from all over the world gathered at CBS. It gives me much more energy and a more dynamic day at school. And then I really enjoy speaking different languages during a day – especially English as it is a part of me as a Danish-American.
Anne Malberg Horsager, Head of CBS Careers: I'm a committed networker and take in all sorts of professional networks.
It is by listening to other people stories, I get my energy.
Jesper Smedegaard Madsen, Special Advicer, CBS Legal: Sports statistics and point systems fascinates me. For instance, it's quite funny to know that Vincenzo Nibali is one out of five who've won a stage, had the yellow jersey, and finished on the podium in Giro d'Italia, Tour de France and Vuelta a Espana.
Mette Holm Linnet, IBP bachelor: I moved from Ribe in Jutland to Copenhagen about a month ago. It can be a little scary, but the feeling of being independent is great. Now, I have to figure out what all the student organizations are about, so I can sign up for some of them.
Thomas Gylling, Study Counselling at CBS: My clothing style is pretty CBS-ish, I would say. It's normally something that signals colors and life - just like CBS. I work with future students and want to show that CBS is more than stereotypes.
Kashaana Lalli, MSc Innovation in Health Care: I just moved to Copenhagen a couple of months ago from Vancouver. Back in Canada, I work as a nurse, and I am here to study my master degree. After this photo shooting I am going to have pizza with my class – I just started today!
Mahmoud Hussein A Mahad, IBP student: I'm born and raised on Frederiksberg, just around the corner from CBS.
Before I started at CBS, I thought it would be a place with a lot of stereotypes. But it is not at all like that. People are so different. Just like the rest of the world, and I think that's nice.
Kate Pilkington, Head of CBS Nexus: I love live rock music. Actually all kinds of live music! And making events - and making students make events at Nexus!
Somchai Bronlow, Spisestuerne: I'm off in a moment, and then I'll go and pick up my two kids. They are 3,5 years and three months old. It can be a little stressful, if I'm also very busy at work.