Danish Society for Education and Business (DSEB) Scholarship
The ties between Danish Society for Education and Business (DSEB) and CBS go back more than 100 years, when DSEB founded Denmark’s first school of commerce which became the basis for the CBS we know today.
DSEB’s main purpose is to support the education of a highly skilled workforce with the right set of qualifications to the benefit of Danish companies and the Danish society as such. Through the Full-time MBA Programme, DSEB gives students from a broad range of countries the opportunity to study in Denmark.
DSEB believes that attracting students from abroad brings long-term value to the Danish business environment. CBS’s Full-time MBA Programme has a proven track record of enabling students to find employment and stay in Denmark when they have attained their diploma. DSEB is proud to be part of this.
CBS Executive Scholarship
CBS Executive Fonden, founded in 1991, designs and runs a wide range of senior executive and board governance educational programmes. The programmes, which all meet high academic standards, and which are conducted in either Danish or English, are sought after by business corporations, the public sector and individuals. CBS Executive Fonden connects faculty, experience,
process, and passion to inspire individuals and organisations to make a profound difference.
Many different learning approaches and tools are utilized, all focussed on ultimately enabling individuals to own their own learning. This means participants anchor their learning in different ways – not just through the latest ideas, research, and consultation from experienced faculty – but also from each other. Participants learn from the real-world application of their insights.
CBS Executive support the Full-time MBA programme at CBS with a ‘Scholarship of Excellence’ for oustanding student who have made a mark in their field of expertise or otherwise.
You can read more about CBS Executive here.
Waldemar Schmidt Scholarship
The Waldemar Schmidt scholarship originates from Waldemar Schmidt, a former CEO of the Danish company ISS, who has a strong affiliation with CBS through his adjunct professorship and as a long-time ambassador of the CBS Full-time MBA Program. Waldemar Schmidt has spent a considerable part of his career overseas and strongly believes in coupling Scandinavian leadershp with an international mindset in a business setting. The Waldemar Schmidt Scholarship supports young professionals in their international leadership development.
Preference is given to students from Brazil followed by Latin Americans and Asian students but all nationalities can apply.
In this video Waldemar Schmidt outlines the background for his scholarship: