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“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.
The thesis supervisor immediately had their attention when he suggested to Alexander Rezaei and Andreas Hansen that they should write their master’s thesis on criminal gangs. Today, they have just had an article published in an internationally acclaimed journal. What they heard when holding interviews in prison blew them away.
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.
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.
CBS Students’ new presidency wants to deal with the seeds of mistrust growing between the students and CBS, but without losing its integrity. It hopes to engage and empower as many students as possible during the coming year.
Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality Management, a new master’s program, collaborates with businesses in a crisis-hit industry. And the crisis can actually make the education even more relevant, according to the program's Academic Director, Sebastian Zenker. Roskilde Festival, one of the eight collaborating companies, is excited about the initiative.
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.
“If online lectures are live, breaks are recommended” and “No one can expect to receive feedback outside normal working hours”. These are some of the guidelines in a new codex made and introduced by CBS Students and Teaching and Learning. In total, the list contains 26 tips on how to act responsibly and ethically in online classrooms.
'Student Life at CBS', a new app designed by CBS Students, is due out on September 1. Based on interviews and workshops with students and student organizations at CBS, it integrates many practical features that share the same aim – to help students maneuver through the vast terrain of unions and events.
According to our student reporter, Caroline Sølver, summertime in Copenhagen means pizza time. In this guide, she shares her top five pizza places. Ready, steady, pizza time!
CBS Pride is getting ready for another season on August 17. “Students are here to do more than chase a business career,” explains David Brodecky, one of the organizers. This year, attendees can look forward to events such as Drag bingo, a special talk, QueerLab, a banner workshop and a dance. But to David Brodecky, the Pride is much more than one big party. It’s personal.
Smaller classes, more blended learning, life-long learning. CBS Students wants to create a vision for future education, and they need input from the students of CBS. The vision should make student voices even clearer.
You probably know the feeling. You’ve spent hours and hours writing the best application for the university course or job of your dreams. You’ve taken a good picture of yourself, and you’ve modified your résumé to make the layout look great, and you’ve sorted out the chronology of your former jobs. You send it and then...
As time comes closer to the final decision on whether or not the big lockout of over 120.000 state employees will happen, thoughts arise on what role the younger generation should play in the conflict. Is this the students’ fight to fight?