Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen Business School
Frederiksberg, Denmark

Copenhagen Business School

Copenhagen Business School has 18,000 students and an annual intake of 1,500 exchange students. With this number of students as well as 600 full-time researchers and 600 administrative employees, CBS is one of the largest business schools in Europe.

Management

CBS is headed by a president who is appointed by a board composed of a majority of external members.

History

Copenhagen Business School (also refered to as CBS) is a private educational institution, and it was established in 1917 by the Danish Society for the Advancement of Business Education (now known as FUHU) (Please notice that the link refers to a Danish website). FUHU would in Danish be: Forening for Unge Handelsmænds Uddannelse. In 1965 the business school gradually integrated into the Danish education system as an institution of higher education. Today CBS is regulated by the Danish Universities Act of 2003.

 

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Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen Business School
Location: Frederiksberg, Denmark | Closing on Aug 15
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