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Copenhagen Business School

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1. The School

Copenhagen Business School

Copenhagen Business School (CBS) was established in 1917. Today CBS is one of the 8 Danish universities, with more than 21,000 students.

Programmes are based on a strong and internationally renowned research base, which CBS works consistently to strengthen.

CBS is committed to communicating knowledge and new ideas to tomorrow’s business leaders and society in general.

Key points

MIM programme at this school

The CEMS MIM is a double degree programme you are eligible to apply for if you are a first semester student in one of the following degree programmes at CBS:

  • MSc in Economics and Business Administration / cand.merc.
  • MSc in Business, Language and Culture
  • MSc in International Business and Politics

The aim of the CEMS MIM programme is to increase your knowledge and understanding of fundamental issues within international management. The programme is designed to build a bridge between theory and practice. CEMS MIM enables you to study international management in an international and intercultural environment, as the CEMS student cohort is a mix of CBS students, as well as exchange students from the CEMS partner schools.

Living in the city

Copenhagen is a trendy, vibrant and sustainable metropolis with high living standards. The city offers a rich cultural life, a high standard in housing, a unique bicycle culture, efficient public transport, plenty of green recreational areas and lots of things to see and do. Participate in the many cultural events, enjoy Nordic cuisine and be inspired by Scandinavian fashion and design. The options are many and varied. Copenhagen is a multicultural city and even if you live here for a short time, we are sure that you will get to intermingle with people from around the world.

For Danes, work and leisure are interlinked. A healthy work/life balance is very important to Danes, who believe that time for social activities or to explore other interests – whether creative, cultural or sports – is essential to personal fulfilment.

CEMS Club Copenhagen (CCC)

The CCC aims at building a local CEMS network based on personal and professional contacts between students, corporate partners, alumni and CBS.


CEMS Programme manager
CEMS Programme manager
Wafa El Moumi Nielsen
Porcelænshaven 18A, Frederiksberg, Denmark
2. Master of science and cems mim
6-14 November 2020

1 year

End of August

English; Danish


  • MSc in Economics & Business Administration
  • MSc in Business, Language & Culture
  • MSc in International Business and Politics

Term dates for the Master Programme(s)

Term 1 From 23 August 2021 to 31 January 2022
Term 2 From 1 February to 30 June 2022
3. Programme offer

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