Above: Rosenborg Castle or Rosenborg Slot in Danish is a little castle within easy walking distance of Nørreport S-train station at the North edge of Downtown Copenhagen.
This program is offered through the University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC). The Copenhagen program combines academic coursework with cultural enrichment. Copenhagen Business School (CBS) offers a strong academic focus as well as the opportunity to immerse yourself in a multicultural environment where you can make international business contacts.
As a student at CBS, you have the opportunity to study international business and economics, giving you an important academic foundation as well as an opportunity for making personal international business contacts. Courses (units) are too numerous to list here. See USAC for your class options.
The Copenhagen program is administered in the U.S. by the USAC Central Office and in Copenhagen by a Program Coordinator who is responsible for the overall operations of the program abroad: answering questions about student housing, assisting with class registration and overseeing the students’ well-being. Robin Jensen, a Denmark resident, is the Program Coordinator for the USAC Copenhagen program.