|Homepage:||Click to visit|
|Approved Course Equivalencies||Click here to view|
|Who Can Apply:||Texas A&M University applicants only|
|Texas A&M Dates / Deadlines:|
|Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Spring||2018||09/15/2017 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Students will be immediately notified of approval to participate in this program and be able to complete post-decision (pre-departure) items prior to the term's application deadline.
|Program Type:||Texas A&M Reciprocal Educational Exchange Program||Academic Area:||Business|
|Academic College:||Mays Business School||Academic Department:||Accounting, Business Administration, Business Honors, Finance, Land Economics & Real Estate, Management, Management Informations Systems, Marketing, Masters of Business Administration, Supply Chain Management|
|Language of instruction:||English||Program Advisor:||Jye Shafer, Patrick Moore|
|Housing:||Dormitory||Open to non-majors:||No|
|Classification:||Grad Student, Junior, Senior, Sophomore||REEP Program Type:||Departmental Exchange|
Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark as well as its most populous city. With ties all the way back to the Vikings, Copenhagen boasts a wealth of culture and history. It is the center of economics, government and culture of Denmark. It houses one of the major financial centers with the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. In a ranking of the richest cities, Copenhagen placed third in terms of gross earnings. The city is sprawling with an abundance of bridges connecting the waterfronts, historic district, museums, and parks. It is known for being bicycle friendly so getting around is easy exploring the city and what it has to offer! This fits right into their plan to become carbon-neutral by 2025.
- This program is limited to students in the Mays Business School
- Have upper-level classification or Graudate student by the beginning of exchange; can be a Sophomore at the time of application
- Proficiency in English or Dutch
- Have a minimum 3.0 G.P.A.
- Be a TAMU student for at least one semester prior to application
- Attend TAMU for at least one full semester after the exchange
- Provide official transcripts from all college-level institutions attended
Students can choose to study abroad during
- Fall Semester (August to December with arrival at least a week prior to school beginning)
- Spring Semester (January to June with arrival at least a week prior to school beginning)
- Academic year (August to June)
The vast majority of courses at CBA are taught in English or Danish. All courses listed in the course catalog are taught in English. Students are permitted to take courses in Danish if they are capable of following. A full workload is 30 hours and CBA requires that all exchange students take a full workload, regardless of whether credit may be obtained at the home university. There is no guarantee of enrollment in required courses as enrollment is subject to completion of prerequisites, class availability and size. Please indicate alternative choices when you register online. Be sure to read up on information about the academic experience and environment of Danish universities. Also, check out this video on what it is like to study in Denmark.
CBA has a Buddy Program if you so choose to participate. It is a wonderful was to get connected and involved! Mandatory Introduction Week is held at CBS for exchange students the week before school starts. It is a brilliant way to get familiar with all the facilities and network before school has even begun. It will include a review of courses and exams, Danish culture, IT and library, a campus tour and present an optional culture program. If you are unable to attend due to exams from your home university still going on, a note must be written to your academic advisor and CBS may proctor your exam at CBS instead of missing Introduction Week. In addition to the Introduction Week there is a Danish Crash Course Week/Danish Culture Week prior to the beginning of classes. It is for your enjoyment and education. Be sure to look up how attending that will affect your arrival date, most likely you will need to come sooner. During the semester a language course in Danish is offered.
Exchange students do have access to on-campus housing. Copenhagen Business School has nine student residences or dorms that are fully furnished and include internet access. Applications for housing are available on-line. Deadlines are around the beginning of June and November for respective semesters. It is given on a first-come first-serve basis. Do note that CBS cannot guarantee housing for all exchange students. Rates per dorm vary. CBS estimates living expenses to be from $900-1,090 a month (rent, on campus dining, etc.). Housing off campus is an option, but in Copenhagen it is difficult to find and often expensive if you do.
One of the benefits of participating in a reciprocal exchange is their affordability. Overall costs are comparable to studying in College Station with the main difference in costs coming from travel related expenses and the exchange rate. Please keep in mind that because you are enrolled at A&M, your regular tuition and fees will be paid at A&M just as if you were taking classes on campus. Additionally, students will be provided with the necessary information for them to make arrangements for all other expenses.
|Estimated Fees Paid to Texas A&M|
|A&M Tuition and Fees||$5,000|
|REEP Administrative Fee||$300|
|Estimated Additional Expenses (pre-departure or on-site)|
|Misc. Expenses, Books & Supplies||$441|
|TOTAL ESTIMATED COST||$10,679+|
|Texas A&M Semester Cost Comparison||$13,636+|
- 1,300 DKK ($235 USD) be budgeted for transportation (bus, train, metro)
- 500 DKK ($90 USD) optional social program
- 1,500 DKK ($360) per weekend trip
As soon as you decide to participate in a study abroad program, you will want to look into the funding available.
- CIBS Reciprocal Exchange Scholarship
- Mays Business School MBA Scholarships
- ROTC and Corps Scholarships
- The Study Abroad Fellowship
- International Education Fee Scholarship
Additional information and applications can be found at the Mays Center for International Business “Scholarships & Financial Aid” page and the Study Abroad Programs Office “Funding Your Program” page.
Copenhagen Business School Homepage
Copenhagen Business School Course Catalog
Copenhagen Business School Exchange Student Webpage
Copenhagen Business School Academic Experience
Copenhagen Business School On-Campus Housing
Copenhagen Business School Off Campus Housing
Copenhagen Business School Buddy Program
Copenhagen Business School Danish Language Crash Course
Copenhagen Business School Study in Denmark (video)
Mays Center for International Business Homepage
Mays Center for International Business REEP Webpage
Mays Center for International Business Scholarships and Financial Aid
Mays Center for International Business Certificate in International Business
Study Abroad Programs Office Scholarship and Funding webpage
Scholarship and Funding options
Copenhagen City Guide
Copenhagen Public Transportation
Thoughts from a Former Exchange Student
“If you are debating if you should study abroad – do it. This is the absolute best decision I have ever made, and everyone should take advantage of the programs Mays Business School offers. I am very sad to leave, but also very ready to take on the world with all that I have learned about myself.”
For detailed information about the exchange program at Copenhagen Business School, students should contact Mr. Jye Shafer in the Mays School of Business. Students should contact the Mays Undergraduate Office or their departmental academic advisor for curriculum related issues.
For more information from the Study Abroad Programs Office, please contact Patrick Moore.
MAYS MBA/MS STUDENTS
(Summer, Semester and Academic Year Studies)
The following summer programs are options for Mays MBA/MS Students:
- Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
- EDHEC Business School, France
- Guanghua School of Management, China
- WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany