Copenhagen Business School

Copenhagen Business School, also known as CBS, is situated in Copenhagen, Denmark. With more than 17,000 students and 1,300 staff members, CBS is also one of the largest business schools in Europe. CBS offers a wide range of business-oriented university programmes, and a research environment.

CBS's most senior executive is the President who is appointed by a Governing Board composed of a majority of external members.

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