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258 start-ups are scouting for CBS students hungry to collaborate

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.

Cancer-free for intro days: My friends and I had decided to do a one-week raw vegan challenge, and to end off, got our bloodwork done. Their results came back completely normal, but you should have seen mine!

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.

We want to bring back the trust

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.

A new one-year master’s degree at CBS focuses on an industry forced to its knees

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.

Are CBS students locking themselves out of the conflict?

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?

Stop the world! I want to get off!

Is this a familiar feeling? Margrethe Vestager, EU’s powerful trustbuster, whom business leaders around the world fear to be contacted by, has a simple solution to get a grip on our complex world. Invited by the student organization International Debate CBS, she just visited CBS.

Three good reasons why you should vote

This week every student can vote for their favorite candidate during the university election. Rachel Scheele, Vice President at CBS Students, gives you three good reasons why you should vote.

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