Wander down Copenhagen’s ancient streets and experience the richness of tradition and history contrasting with the modern lines of Danish design and architecture. Copenhagen is truly a mix of old and new, of tradition and experimentation. A city of 1.7 million, Copenhagen is home to Denmark’s financial, governmental and cultural centers. Its winding pedestrian streets are alive with musicians, street performers, shops and restaurants. Though its attributes suggest a major metropolitan center, Copenhagen is a very livable environment with parks, bicycle paths and canals throughout the urban landscape
The CBS offers a traditional business curriculum (accounting, business law, finance, information technology, management, marketing, operations, organization, strategy, and more), economics courses, and limited offerings in American studies, area studies, communication, languages, and political science.
Relevant Academic Disciplines
Must be admitted to the business, public affairs, or international studies program. Undergraduates must have Junior standing and a minimum 3.0 GPA. MBA students accepted.
Language Skill: None