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Copenhagen Business School (CBS) was established in 1917. Today, with 20,000 students and 1,500 employees, CBS is one of the largest business schools in Europe and one of the 8 Danish universities.When you come to CBS we try our best to assist you... read more

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I learned that I can do a lot more than I expected from myself while abroad. I gained a sense of independence after being away from my home university. It is definitely worthwhile and if I could afford a whole year, I would have taken the opportunity to do my exchange for two consecutive semesters. - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Copenhagen Business School: Copenhagen - Direct Enrollment & Exchange
Absolutely. Living in a foreign country alone is difficult. The first thing you learn is how much you feel like you're missing out at home - your family, pets, friends, food (a very big thing), the weather, etc. It might make you feel lonely if you don't find people you really click with right away. But it's great exposure to pe... - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
I gained an appreciation for another culture and learned so much about other people as well as myself. It has definitely made me a more mature person and I have a different outlook on the world now. - Bentley University View Entire Review
I learned a lot of traveling during some breaks. It was worthwhile, however I didn't feel it was life changing, rather it was more of a life milestone - Bentley University View Entire Review
Gained a lot of cultural insight and was able to see a different side of the world. It was very worthwhile - Bentley University View Entire Review
Traveling Europe was why I went, I did it, and I loved it - Bentley University View Entire Review
I got to learn a lot about myself and how to live on my own. CBS did not give much help and there was really no campus like Bentley, so it was up to the student to be independent and figure things out for themselves. The city has so much to do and is unlike any other city I have ever been to. It was definitely worthwhile and I r... - Bentley University View Entire Review
Yes,I became more personable and better at doing things on my own. - University of Wisconsin - LaCrosse View Entire Review
Yes. I learned to be more open-minded and gained new perspective. - University of Hawaii - Manoa View Entire Review
I learned so much about myself as an individual from my study abroad experience. Not only am I more confident in myself and my abilities but I'm more open-minded to new things. Studying abroad really opened my eyes as to how much is really out there and how much more there is to see. - Central Michigan University View Entire Review
Copenhagen is a beautiful place, with beautiful people. Everyone was so welcoming. The best part was the people I met. The people I experienced changed my life. Get out of the box and go! - University of Nevada - Reno View Entire Review
My perspective was broadened. I met people from a variety of backgrounds. I partied a lot. I traveled to 13 countries. I rode my bike every single day, sometimes for 8 hours at a time. I went to Christiana, where there are no laws. I saw how other cultures live. I realized what other cultures value. I learned to apprecia... - University of Southern California View Entire Review
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CBS offered courses that wouldn't be available to me at my home university. I loved the different material, and being in classes with a host of international students that had diverse backgrounds and opinions. - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
Definitely worthwhile, I gained a lot of confidence while abroad. - Bentley University View Entire Review
I learned how to be self-motivated. I also learned how to be independent and how to better manage my time. It was more than worthwhile. I loved living in Europe and experiencing a different culture. It was truly amazing and I would do it again. - Bentley University View Entire Review
A totally different perspective of the world, a great amount of independence, a thirst for new adventures and traveling. Extremely worthwhile, wouldn't trade this experience for the world. - Bentley University View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with Copenhagen Business School: Copenhagen - Direct Enrollment & Exchange
Well traveled, cultured, and in general, I am a more accepting and open person. I am also more independent! - Bentley University View Entire Review
got very cultured. learned alot about the different countries i traveled too...VERY worth while! - Bentley University View Entire Review
The exchange program was one of the most valuable experiences I have had. I met kids from around the world and felt like a local resident of Denmark by the time I left. - University of Hawaii - Manoa View Entire Review
Yes - Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business and Management View Entire Review
Great city. Great people. - The University of Texas at Austin View Entire Review
Yes it was. The education was not worth while in the classroom, but the life experiences were. I had a great time at the school and with all of the international people that I met. The UH Manoa business counselors are not very informed on anything so you have to go and figure out things for yourself. I had to track down people a... - University of Hawaii - Manoa View Entire Review
Absolutely, my perception of how cultures function outside of the US was an eye opening experience. Denmark is a perfect example of how socialism can work, which was completely contrary to my beliefs before my study abroad experience. The woman are beautiful, the city is gorgeous, the people are extremely friendly (and most of... - California State University - Chico View Entire Review

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Copenhagen Business School (CBS) was established in 1917. Today, with 20,000 students and 1,500 employees, CBS is one of the largest business schools in Europe and one of the 8 Danish universities.

When you come to CBS we try our best to assist you and cater to the different international student audiences here: We offer a Welcome and Introduction Seminar for our international full-degree students; we continuously strive to provide an excellent exchange programme for our guest students; and we also welcome FreeMover students from non-partner universities to attend CBS on for one or two semesters..

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