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For aspiring entrepreneurs, Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship can be a great way to start. They provide counseling and office space for new entrepreneurs from CBS.
CBS’ buildings reflect the famous Danish design – simplicity and functionality. A bike can be the best way to get from one building to another.
Every year, a lot of new students are looking for accommodation in Copenhagen. It is always a good idea to use your network to find a place to live.
It can be a necessity to get a student job when studying at CBS. CBS Career Centre can be very helpful in finding the right job as a student.
Copenhagen is a very vibrant city with something going on every day. One thing is essential if you want to be a Copenhagener: a bike!
CBS Debating Society is an example of student organization that improves both academical performance as well as your social life.
In Denmark, the grade from the final exam is all that counts. Time management is essential if you do not want to be stuck in the library the last month before the exam.
It can be a challenge to make friends with the “closed off Danes”. When you get to know them, however, they are very open and friendly.
There are a lot of student organizations at CBS. They can be a good way to meet others with the same interests as you.
Is Denmark a utopian society? Maybe it could seem that way for foreigners who are used to pollution and hectic traffic.
A wide selection of food throughout the day allows you to work with your group at campus whenever it suits you without starving.
There’s a big difference between an exchange stay and taking a full degree. The different weather seasons in Denmark can take some getting used to.
Walking around campus, you hear languages from all over the world. The diversity at CBS can give something extra to discussions and group work.
Danish can be a frustrating language to learn. Most Danes speak fluent English, however, making the language barrier close to nonexistent.
You will find cheaper cities than Copenhagen. It can be necessary to get a student jobs to be able to afford books, breakfast and beer.
Oral exams are a normal thing at CBS. That can be unnerving for students who are not used to that. But there is no need to worry, the censors are really nice.
Every Thursday during the semester there is a student café – Nexus. It can be a great break from the books and a way to socialize with your fellow students.