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March 15, 2016
Interested in attending a business school with a multi-disciplinary approach? CBS offers a broad range of courses for exchange students in a variety of areas related to business. Each year, CBS welcomes 1,200 exchange students and strives to give their international students a well-rounded, supportive environment in which to thrive and to learn.
You can access our course list via the links "Undergraduate courses"
and "Graduate courses". These courses are offered to all exchange students and freemovers. Please note, however, that CBS' MBA courses are not available to exchange students due to differences in the core structure of the programmes. Generally, spring semester courses are announced on the web during October whereas autumn semester courses are announced during April. Until then, you may be inspired by the course selection from the previous spring or autumn semester. There are always a few changes in our course offerings from one year to the next, but normally the majority of the courses are repeated.
What can I expect as a prospective exchange student at CBS?
We hope that you will be having the time of your life at CBS. We have a high number of exchange students and do a lot to make you feel welcome and at home in Copenhagen during your stay. We hope that you will make friends for life, that you will grow and benefit personally and academically from your exchange period. You will most likely find that some of the aspects of our study and exam culture are different from what you are used to already but by choosing to experience student life in a different country, you are stepping outside of your comfort zone you will grow and become a more self assured person. Exchange students at CBS have access to a large number of courses taught in English and we hope you will find all the courses you need in our selection. We hope that your exchange will be rewarding socially and academically and that you will, in future, have very fond memories of CBS and Copenhagen.
For more information on areas of study and other program specifics please refer to the CALS Exchange Program website.
Who to contact for more information:
Natalie Vaynberg (nv94)