Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen Business School has around 18,000 students and an annual intake of around 1,500 exchange students. CBS is among the largest business schools in Europe.
Copenhagen Business School is a private educational institution. It was established in 1917 by the Danish Society for the Advancement of Business Education.In 1965 the business school was integrated into the Danish education system as an institution of higher education. Today CBS is regulated by the Danish Universities Act of 2003.
CBS has fifteen departments: Accounting & Auditing, Economics, Finance, Innovation & Organizational Economics, Informatics, Intercultural Communication & Management, International Culture & Communication Studies, International Economics & Management, International Language Studies & Computational Linguistics, Management, Politics & Philosophy, Marketing, Operations Management, Organization, Law, Strategic Management & Globalization and Business & Politics
Courses offered through English
- BSc Business Administration & Service Management
- BSc Business & Language [French, German Spanish]
- BSc Business & Language [Chinese, Japanese]: Asian Studies
- BSc International Business
- BSc Business Administration & Sociology
- BA Information Management
- BSc International Business & Politics
- BSc International Shipping & Trade
The Housing Department assists international full-degree students with accommodation in student residences. Housing is assigned on a first come, first served basis for as long as rooms are available. Rent ranges about €300 - €500 per month, depending on the type of room you want.