Copenhagen Business School (CBS)


Angie
Hello, I'm still looking for anybody out there who's had some experience with or knowledge of Scandinavian MBA programs. I know they're a little scarce, but I have heard of the international Copenhagen Business School (CBS). I've also heard that the Danish government allows graduates to stay for three years to find work after completing a program. Sounds promising...

Anybody have some insight?
Hello, I'm still looking for anybody out there who's had some experience with or knowledge of Scandinavian MBA programs. I know they're a little scarce, but I have heard of the international Copenhagen Business School (CBS). I've also heard that the Danish government allows graduates to stay for three years to find work after completing a program. Sounds promising...

Anybody have some insight?
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vm100in
Hello Angie,

I too have been looking into the Scandanavian MBA progs for quite some time. CBS is the best business school in Denmark. They are ranked highly by both FT and QS. Next comes Aarhus School of Business. Infact, I got admitted to Aarhus School of Business for their Sustainable MBA programme. But still haven't made up my mind.

What you heard is right. You can get a green card after your studies. This will allow you to work in Denmark for 3 years, which is extendable. However, I have heard that due to the recent economic downturn, jobs in Denmark are scarce unless and otherwise you know Danish.

Please let me know if you have anymore queries.
Hello Angie,

I too have been looking into the Scandanavian MBA progs for quite some time. CBS is the best business school in Denmark. They are ranked highly by both FT and QS. Next comes Aarhus School of Business. Infact, I got admitted to Aarhus School of Business for their Sustainable MBA programme. But still haven't made up my mind.

What you heard is right. You can get a green card after your studies. This will allow you to work in Denmark for 3 years, which is extendable. However, I have heard that due to the recent economic downturn, jobs in Denmark are scarce unless and otherwise you know Danish.

Please let me know if you have anymore queries.
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Angie
Thanks for your information. I'll be sure to look into the Aarhus School of Business as well.
Thanks for your information. I'll be sure to look into the Aarhus School of Business as well.
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Hello, I'm still looking for anybody out there who's had some experience with or knowledge of Scandinavian MBA programs. I know they're a little scarce, but I have heard of the international Copenhagen Business School (CBS). I've also heard that the Danish government allows graduates to stay for three years to find work after completing a program. Sounds promising...

Anybody have some insight?


Hi Angie. I am the Admissions Manager at the Full-time MBA program at Copenahgen Business School, so am of course a little more positive in that direction.

As far as I am aware, at the moment Denmark offers the best post-MBA visa / green card option in Europe. For the past few years the majority of our non-EU graduates have received three year green cards, giving them the opportunity to look for work. I am sure this is the same for Aarhus. The economy is very strong and English is a common business langauge, although learning Danish can of course not harm you. After a quite period over the last six months the job market has recently started to pick up again, which is great timing for our current class. This certainly gives possibilities.
<blockquote>Hello, I'm still looking for anybody out there who's had some experience with or knowledge of Scandinavian MBA programs. I know they're a little scarce, but I have heard of the international Copenhagen Business School (CBS). I've also heard that the Danish government allows graduates to stay for three years to find work after completing a program. Sounds promising...

Anybody have some insight?</blockquote>

Hi Angie. I am the Admissions Manager at the Full-time MBA program at Copenahgen Business School, so am of course a little more positive in that direction.

As far as I am aware, at the moment Denmark offers the best post-MBA visa / green card option in Europe. For the past few years the majority of our non-EU graduates have received three year green cards, giving them the opportunity to look for work. I am sure this is the same for Aarhus. The economy is very strong and English is a common business langauge, although learning Danish can of course not harm you. After a quite period over the last six months the job market has recently started to pick up again, which is great timing for our current class. This certainly gives possibilities.
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maubia
Dear Lee,
are you planning to offer part-time/online MBA in the future?
Dear Lee,
are you planning to offer part-time/online MBA in the future?
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We do have a part-time program. You would need to be working in or near Copenhagen to take this.
We do have a part-time program. You would need to be working in or near Copenhagen to take this.
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maubia
thank you
thank you
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wbsat
Dear Lee,

Frankly i was disappointed with the response to my initial enquiry, the mail just said they prefer phone and not emails.

in contrast a few other european schools had their point of contact call me personally on my interest and they had taken my interest much further,

can you tell me if you have a advisor who can guide applicants thru the process?

i am looking for a full time MBA
Dear Lee,

Frankly i was disappointed with the response to my initial enquiry, the mail just said they prefer phone and not emails.

in contrast a few other european schools had their point of contact call me personally on my interest and they had taken my interest much further,

can you tell me if you have a advisor who can guide applicants thru the process?

i am looking for a full time MBA
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We always reply to emails within 24 hours and offer a telephone call at your convenience.

You are very welcome to contact me [email protected] or [email protected]
We always reply to emails within 24 hours and offer a telephone call at your convenience.

You are very welcome to contact me [email protected] or [email protected]
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wbsat
An admission officer responded the second time i made an enquiry.

so its all fine.
An admission officer responded the second time i made an enquiry.

so its all fine.
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