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Most of us love riding our bikes in Copenhagen. It’s easy, quick and free – and you don’t have to worry about parking. Or do you? Every month, tons of bicycles are moved around and some are removed at CBS. Unfortunately, some of them are stolen by thieves, never to be seen again. But sometimes your bike has just been moved. CBS Wire can tell you why...
Overvejer du at søge ind på en bacheloruddannelse via kvote 2 i 2018? I eftermiddag holder vi informationsarrangement om kvote 2, hvor vi bl.a. gennemgår, hvordan man laver en god ansøgning. Du kan stille alle de spørgsmål, du vil: · Hvad tæller med i Kvote 2? · Hvor kan jeg gøre en vigtig forskel? · Hvordan skriver jeg den gode motiverede ansøgning? Det er kl. 16.15 på Solbjerg Plads i lokale SP207.
Do you have time for a cup of free coffee or some delicious cake? Student Hub turns five years this week! A small but important anniversary in the middle of CBS’ centenary! Today we celebrate Student Hub and our centenary all at once. Drop by Solbjerg Plads for a nice cup of coffee from the coffee truck or come by Graduate House or Dalgas Have to enjoy some cake with your friends. Everything takes place between 10:00-12:00. With a little bit of luck, you might catch all three servings!
Experience CBS PhD students pitch the essence of their research in just 3 minutes as they compete for a main prize of DKK 20,000! On 7 November, some of CBS' best PhD students will compete in front of an audience and a jury of Danish business leaders. Do you want to be in the audience? Then please send an e-mail with your information to email@example.com TODAY!
"Helt ærligt, synes I selv, at I er en attraktiv generation?...! Uanset om man kan lide generation Y og Z eller ej, så er det de unge, vi har - altså også dem vi må arbejde sammen med. På godt og ondt." Sådan skriver CBS-alumne Emilia van Hauen i en Børsen-kronik om den evige kløft og det vigtige samarbejde mellem generationerne. Se, hvad Emilia skriver og se, om du er enig med hende.
Don’t you like sunshine? That’s one of the questions Máté Törő often got when he told family and friends that he was going to move from Hungary to study at CBS. People wondered why Máté was so determined to change shorts and t-shirts with raincoats and rain boots. But Máté had no doubt. Copenhagen was his next destination: “In spite of the sometimes rainy weather and moody summers, Copenhagen and CBS have so much to offer that they can easily outweigh the cons”. Go read his story and get to know which pros outweighed the cons.
Have you ever cheated on an exam – without knowing you were cheating? The exam period is fast approaching; in this vein, we’d like to know what you know about plagiarism and how you feel about this subject. For this purpose, we’ve put together a little survey, which you can complete in about 4 minutes. Oh, and there’s a very nice treat in it for one lucky winner: when you fill in the survey, you get the chance of winning an iPad Pro 64 GB. Thank you in advance and happy surveying; we wish you a wonderful weekend! Participate in survey: https://www.survey-xact.dk/LinkCollector?key=W99ELXLZ1P1J
Are you considering applying for a graduate programme this year? Here are 5 tips on how you can make a deep and lasting impression in your graduate scheme application. Remember that “employers want people with opinions and ideas, not someone who tries to stay as neutral as possible”.
Bored with exams and SSDD stuff? These guys went the extra mile and took the challenge to the next level. Frederik Steensbæk Lauritsen (BSc HA PRO), John Crafoord (BSc SEM), Mark Boesen (BSc IBP) and Maggie Moesgaard Andersen (BSc IBP) are defending CBS’ honor in Hong Kong at this year’s CICC HKUST (Citi International Case Competition, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology). So far, it’s going pretty well. They are fighting in the finals as we speak 🤑 Stay tuned on FB: CBS' International Case Competition Teams or their IG account: @cbscaseteams If you are looking for challenges and a lot of fun, you should consider representing CBS at the Spring competitions?
Meet CBS’ new deans; a Dane and a Dutchman. Dean of research: Søren Hvidkjær holds a PhD in finance from Cornell University. In 2008, he joined CBS as a professor of finance, and he has been the head of the Department of Finance since 2012. Dean of education: Gregor Halff is a Dutch citizen and has been living and working abroad for the past 30 years. At the moment, he is deputy dean at Singapore Management University (SMU). You will see them around from January and April, respectively.
Last week CBS was ranked 4th worldwide by Corporate Knights Better World MBA in 2017. Sustainable initiatives such as cooperating with Roskilde Festival on sustainable projects and online courses in social entrepreneurship have paved the way. Congratulations, CBS!
Gårdlykke kommer ikke fra den idylliske gård på logoet, og størstedelen af den italienske pizza kommer ikke altid fra Italien. Producenterne forsøger at brande deres madvarer, og her er ‘gammel’ et positivt ord, der skal borge for kvaliteten. Derfor finder vi mange varer med gammeldags gårde og møller," siger ph.d. Jesper Clement, der forsker i forbrugeradfærd og emballagedesign på CBS. Se eksempler på emballager, der skruer op for det gamle, originale og idylliske.