Frederikshavn, DEN

Copenhagen Business School

About Copenhagen Business School

Number three in the world after Harvard Business School and London Business School

Each year, Eduniversal, which is part of the French consultancy SMBG, ranks the world’s 1,000 best business schools. In 2013, for the 6th time, CBS got an excellent ranking – number three in the world after Harvard and London Business School, with INSEAD on the third position in Europe. The focus of this ranking is on the institutions’ international significance and prestige.

1,000 deans and business school presidents from more than 150 countries have been asked to recommend a number of business schools. In addition, a scientific committee has awarded each institution with ‘palms’ according to the estimated, international significance of the individual business school.

As the only Danish institution, CBS has been awarded the maximum of five palms, which characterises a ”Universal Business School”, and it has been recommended by 598 deans and business school presidents. CBS therefore qualified for second place in Western Europe.

CBS participates in a number of different rankings. Some are focusing of programmes, others on research in general, and some on a specific subject area. Finally, there are rankings that reflect CBS’ general reputation or performance in a specific area.

CBS participates in the Financial Times annual ranking of masters in management, including the CEMS programme, and in the annual EMBA ranking. Based on these results Financial Times produces the European Business School Ranking. In 2013 CBS was ranked no 34 in Europe.

In addition, CBS is ranked by QS Global 200 Business Schools. In 2013 CBS was ranked as no 9 in Europe.

CBS’ research is ranked annually by UT Dallas, in 2014 as no 76 worldwide and no 6 in Europe.



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