The exchange with Copenhagen Business School (CBS) is open to undergraduate business and economics students and MBA students. CBS is a large business university with 20,000 full- and part time students and offers traditional courses in Economics, Management and Business Administration but is also well known for its cross-disciplinary research and teaching. Students can combine business with fields such as philosophy, political science, psychology or communication. CBS is internationally accredited by AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.
The CBS campus is an urban campus located in Frederiksberg, an integrated part of Copenhagen. The buildings are modern and offer state-of the-art facilities. The CBS campus is connected to the airport and downtown Copenhagen with three on-campus Metro stops.
The city of Copenhagen has recently been nominated the most liveable city.
The CBS accommodation website provides information about the different housing options available and practical help on how to apply. Housing in Copenhagen is difficult to find and expensive. You can apply for these using the CBS Housing on-line application process.
Summer Program Option
Definitely worth considering when the city is Copenhagen where the streets are filled with sidewalk cafés and the midnight sky is never darker than a deep blue. Close to the city and waiting for you to discover are quaint medieval towns, white beaches and lovely forests. You can walk the winding streets of the old city center or see it from a canal boat. Start your visit at the city of Copenhagen's website.
The six-week summer program offers students the opportunity of completing the equivalent of half a semester's course load (15 ECTS credits) in a multicultural environment. A full load consists of two courses taught by outstanding academics. The International Summer University Program (ISUP) includes both undergraduate and graduate level courses.
To complement learning from ISUP courses the program offers an action-packed cultural and social program where you will get an insight in both medieval Copenhagen and modern Danish Design and Architecture. Travel is easy from Copenhagen and you can take part in a weekend-trip to the buzzing city of Berlin.
Please note that the program fee is subject to change. Once the exchange program reaches maximum capacity students are considered for participation as freemovers/guest students. The program fee for freemovers/guest students is $3,500 for both in-state, out-of-state and graduate students. For more details please check the link to program costs on this page.