Semester Exchange - Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen Business School (CBS) is Denmark’s largest educational institution within business economics in a wide sense. This university is committed to providing business-relevant study programs and continuing education programs for the public and, in particular, the private sector. Programs are based on a strong and internationally renowned research base that CBS works continuously to strengthen. CBS has a Center of Excellence, funded by the Danish National Research Foundation, as well as a number of European Research Council Grants. CBS has a social responsibility to communicate knowledge and new ideas to tomorrow’s business leaders and society in general. Its main contribution in this field is research-based education, and investment in research and high scientific standards is therefore crucial to CBS’ contribution to society. Being a government-financed institution, CBS receives most of its funding from the government. Grants to the university sector mainly consist of an activity-based educational grant and a basic research funding that is essentially historically determined for each individual university.
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First Semester: August - December
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GPA Requirement (Out of 4.0)
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To be eligible for this program, you must:
- A cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher (varies each program),
- Completion of at least 12cp at the time of application. 18cp to go abroad,
- Enough credit points remaining to complete the program,
- Comply with the eligibility criteria outlined in the Student Exchange Policy,
- Have a nomination from Macquarie University,
- Meet Danish or English requirement for non-native speakers.
How to Apply
Applicants must complete an online Application form. You'll need to include:
Your personal details, One University preference, It should take around 2 - 3 minutes to complete an application.
Application Fee and Payment Options: For all exchange programs (semester and short term), there is a compulsory application fee. For more information and payment options please refer to the Payment Website.
Insurance: It is a requirement of the exchange program that all students must purchase their own travel insurance to cover them for the duration of their journey beyond their overseas program. Students will be covered throughout the duration of their exchange program dates. More information will be given to students upon acceptance.
Program Costs: You remain enrolled at Macquarie University and continue to pay your tuition fees to Macquarie University. As an exchange student you pay no tuition fees to host university. However, you must also always be prepared for unexpected expenses, and should consider how you will be dealing with the expenses of your exchange before you leave your home country. Prior to departure, you will need to save sufficient funds to cover all of your expenses for the duration of your exchange. Some costs to consider include: airfares, students visa (if required), travel health insurance, accommodation, food, additional travel, entertainment, textbooks, incidental expense. If you wish to work while you are away, it is important to note that work rights for international students vary from country to country. For further information about your visa restrictions please contact the consulate or embassy of your host country.
*Disclaimer: Macquarie University does not ensure the quality or reputation of activities run externally, should students choose to undertake these activities they take on the full risk and responsibility. All students need to undertake their own risk assessment before departure, considering wisely their personal health and safety risks. Ultimately participation in these activities is at the students’ risk.
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Copenhagen University is Denmark’s largest educational institution within business economics in a wide sense. The university is committed to providing business-relevant study programs and continuing education programs for the public and, in particular, the private sector. .
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Business; Media, creative arts, and communication; Society, history and languages
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Macquarie, Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Copenhagen, Exchange, Denmark, Information management, Business administration and service management, International business, International shipping and trade, International politics, Intrernational Laws, Asian studies
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