Copenhagen Business School

Quick Facts
  • Faculty
  • SOM
  • Level
  • UG
  • Agreement Type
  • Erasmus
  • Subject Area
  • Business and Administration
  • Partner's Min GPA
  • None
  • Country
  • Denmark


Partner may have none or limited courses in English for exchange students.
Please check the language of instruction for the courses within the agreement that you wish to be​ placed.​
Please make sure to check partner's website for the up-to-date information on language and entry requirements.

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‣ About

About Copenhagen Business School

Copenhagen Business School (CBS) is a large university with 19,708 full and part time students.CBS offers a wide range of university degree programs within business with a cross disciplinary focus, for example: Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology,Commerical Law or Communication. CBS believes that open and collaborative partnerships are essential, both with researchers and other universitites but also between students, businesses, public institutions,NGOs and policy makers. Thus, CBS’s slogan is ‘Business in society’. CBS holds the prestigious “triple-crown” accreditation:AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. Furthermore, CBS is a member of the CEMS alliance and PIM network.


CBS has an urban location in Frederiksberg, an integrated part of Copenhagen. The four Metro stops on campus makes for easy access to downtown Copenhagen as well as the airport. Our five contemporary campus buildings offer state-of-theart student facilities and year round student activities.

‣ Language Certificate

SU letter is sufficient.

‣ Notes

Our course catalog for undergraduate students is available at and for graduate students at Due to potential course cancellations because of under subscription, schedule clashes, and limitations of room sizes because of oversubscription, we require that your students provide valid alternatives to each of their course choices. It is a legal requirement in Denmark that students follow CBS courses equivalent to 30 ECTS per semester. Course enrollment priority can be given if documentation from the home university is uploaded by the student during online course registration. Non-European students must apply for and obtain their residence permit before entering Denmark. CBS has no influence over Danish diplomatic missions or the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration, and we cannot sway them to speed the process if your students apply late. Therefore, we request your assistance by advising all your non-European students to apply for their residence permits immediately upon receipt of the application form we will send them via e-mail. Information about the CBS student residences is available at Please direct all housing-related questions to our colleagues at

‣ Fact Sheet

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