Copenhagen Business School


Copenhagen Business School (CBS), a public university, is a well-recognized institute for business studies throughout Europe and worldwide. The institute was established in 1917 by the Advancement of Business Education, a private educational institute in Denmark. It is located in Copenhagen, Denmark. 

The University offers undergraduate, graduate and PhD study in business and interdisciplinary subjects. It has 675 full-time academic staff. CBS offers around 18 bachelor's and 39 master's level degrees, 11 of which are communicated in English. Overall, forty-three per cent of CBS programmes are taught in English.

This institute has numerous notable alums. Out of these, a few of them include the following. 

  • Lise Kingo - Executive Director UN Global Compact 

  • Kasper Rørsted - CEO Adidas

  • Hannibal Muammar Gaddafi - Former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi

  • Jacob Schram - CEO of Norwegian Air

  • Lars Dalgaard - Founder SuccessFactors


The Copenhagen Business School is considered home to about 19,708 students. Out of these, more than 3,984 international students are enrolled each year. Doctoral students are around 224. CBS has student exchange and collaboration agreements with 390 colleges and business schools worldwide, with half located in Europe.

The learning resource centre, multimedia laboratories, interpretation labs, group and project work breakout rooms, personal computers, and other amenities are available to students. At least every third year, new models of computers are introduced. The main buildings have wifi connections installed and plenty of plugs for portable laptops. 

For assisting international students, CBS has a dedicated page with relevant information for them. Before applying, you should also get to know about Denmark's Higher Educational Programmes and Permanent Residence Permit. Also, learn about the tips before applying for a student visa for any country.


There is a housing department within the International Office at CBS. It is responsible for providing students, especially international students, with proper accommodations. Copenhagen is a hub for students coming from outside and within Denmark. Thus, it can be challenging to secure a residence in the city.

The University has access to six private residences near campus. All you need to do is apply online and respond to the email you receive from the housing department.


Copenhagen Business School has created a name in terms of employment rates. According to CWUR, it has an alum employment rate of 204, the highest among Danish universities. 

The global ranking of CBS is on #24 by QS Global MBA. Copenhagen Business School rankings in Europe are:

  • Rank #28 by Financial Times

  • Rank #11 by QS Global MBA: Europe


Copenhagen Business School
Solbjerg Pl. 3, 2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark

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