This year, showing both new and returning students the concept of ‘community’ at CBS is a top priority. There is room for everyone, and you can find others that share the same interests as you. Those are the key messages from the Student Communications team. This is highlighted by two campaigns, during the introduction week and at the Bachelor Kick Off.
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CBS WIRE has met with one of the students CBS suspended and accused of violating CBS’ ethical guidelines in connection with a Facebook event. “I strongly believe that CBS should apologize to us for suspending us without legal grounds,” she says, based on the recent Danish Parliamentary Ombudsman’s ruling on the case.
CBS’ suspension of six students because of sexism was unjustified says the Danish Parliamentary Ombudsman
Finally, a ruling has been made in the case of six students' temporary suspension from CBS because of what the CBS management believed was a sexist party invitation. The punishment was unjustified, states the Danish Parliamentary Ombudsman. CBS Students encourages CBS management to think again, should a similar situation occur.
CBS’ study administration is gearing up to welcome new students and reboot campus life for second- and third-year students. The students coming to CBS will be different after having coronavirus as a companion for 1.5 years claim three CBS employees working on this year’s study start.
In a new podcast produced by CBS Students, tutors from this year’s intro week share their experiences of how CBS has handled their intro cases. For the second time, CBS Students criticizes CBS and sees a general mistrust in students at around intro time. Now, “for the first time in 1.5 years” CBS Students is experiencing a “willingness” from Senior Management to listen. CBS WIRE has presented the Dean of Education with the criticism.
CBS Legal: Processing times dragged out due to the complexity of the intro cases and enquiries from lawyers
CBS Legal responds to students’ criticism about the processing times of intro cases, which in some instances dragged on for more than four months. “We fully understand that there is discomfort connected with disciplinary cases,” says the Head of Legal.
Intro case handling: “I flunked several exams through fear of being kicked out of CBS. That’s not okay”
Two students share their experiences of being scrutinized by CBS Legal for cases related to intro 2019. They criticize the process, which put them under intense mental pressure and made them hesitant to work as intro guides again.
Six students have been temporarily suspended for what CBS calls violating CBS rules and regulations by signing an invitation to a “Slutty Fall Break” party hosted by “Vejlederteamet”. The six students have hired a lawyer and complained about the decision. Now, they want the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education to look into the matter. The President of CBS has declined to answer follow-up questions.
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