Copenhagen Business School

Role: European university

Copenhagen Business School (CBS – Denmark), public university is one of the most prestigious business schools in Europe. Copenhagen Business School was establised in 1917 and became integrated as an insititution of higher education in the Danish education system in 1965. Today CBS is regulated by the Danish Universities Act 2003 under the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education.

CBS is one of the largest business schools in Europe with close to 20,000 students. CBS offers world-class research-based degree programmes at undergraduate, graduate and PhD levels as well as executive and other post experience programmes. CBS creates and provides original and relevant knowledge through publishing, participation in the public debate, consultancy and our expert database Experts@CBS. CBS develops and shares knowledge in partnership with other universities, enterprises and organisations and contributes to the development of business and society.

In EURIDICE, CBS will deliver professional life-long learning, in close collaboration with SMEs and industry partners. Tasks in which CBS is involved are: Design and delivery of microcredential modules for professional and educator training. Modules will include (i) Human-AI Collaboration; (ii) Future of Work in the Digital Age. Relevant expertise: Business, Social Innovation & entrepreneurship. Contributes: a wide network of business professionals for uptake of the educational offering.