Copenhagen Business School

WHERE UNIVERSITY MEANS BUSINESS
With approx. 23,000 full and part-time students, 670 full-time faculty members, 220 PhD students and 650 administrative staff, Copenhagen Business School is a unique business-oriented university with a full portfolio of Bachelor, Master’s, MBA/EMBA, PhD and Executive programmes delivered in English and Danish.

INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION
Since 2000, CBS has been accredited by EQUIS (European Quality Improvement System), since 2007 by AMBA (Association of MBA’s), and as the first school in Scandinavia, CBS received accreditation by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) in 2011
CBS has thus acquired “The Triple Crown”, an acknowledgement only shared by 59 business schools worldwide.

Furthermore, CBS is the Danish member of CEMS – The Global Alliance in Management Education and a member of Partnership in International Management (PIM).

NUMBER ONE IN THE WORLD
Each year, Eduniversal, which is part of the French consultancy SMBG, ranks the world’s 1,000 best business schools. In 2011, for the 6th time, CBS got an excellent ranking – number one in the world followed by Harvard and London Business School. The focus of this ranking is on the institutions’ international significance and prestige.

CLOSE TO THE HEART OF COPENHAGEN
CBS enjoys the advantages of an architecturally attractive university campus primarily located at Frederiksberg, close to the heart of Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark.

Press releases

Erle Kristin Wagle, Manager, BW Fleet Management AS and CBS Blue MBA graduate

Changing shipping industry is asking more of its MBA candidates

July 28, 2017

Technical specialists have to broaden their skill set to cope with a changing industry, says Copenhagen Business School

Ole Bjørn Kraft is CCO of GMT Shipping Group and a current participant in the CBS Blue MBA

Shipping industry needs to look at higher education to keep up with changing global environment

June 14, 2017

COPENHAGEN, 14 June 2017: The shipping industry has for long been a traditional industry. However, in an intensely competitive and fast-changing global environment shipping needs to start moving beyond traditional leadership development models, according to industry experts.

The next career step for experienced shipping managers: Copenhagen Business School Executive MBA in Shipping and Logistics

March 27, 2017

Are you an experienced shipping manager looking for a mid-career change? Are you looking to plant your feet more firmly onshore and use your experience at sea for the next step in your career?

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