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Copenhagen: At the Crossroads of Commerce and Culture

The Oregon University System/Denmark program facilitates student exchange between the Copenhagen Business School (CBS) and students from any of the Oregon University System universities.

The program allows students to enroll in graduate or undergraduate courses, taught in English, in subjects such as business, economics, and related fields.

Highlights:

  • CBS is a modern global business training center, with state-of-the-art facilities at three urban campuses and an award-winning faculty with considerable business experience
  • Nearly half of all students at CBS are international students, coming from dozens of countries around the world and making for a truly international student body
  • CBS emphasizes group work that is meant to simulate real-world corporate projects, often in conjunction with multinational businesses that have offices in Copenhagen
  • Throughout the year, CBS hosts a variety of corporate visitors and "talent scouts" who give presentations on their companies and recruit future employees from the CBS student population
  • The programs offer graduate internships in entrepreneurship on a competitive basis
  • Copenhagen is a dynamic modern capital and world commerce city that still maintains its Scandinavian character and "Old World" charm
  • Copenhagen is a major hub of international travel, with train, sea and air connections to dozens of locations throughout Europe and beyond

The Oregon University System International Programs are cooperative programs to which all students in public universities in Oregon and select private partner universities have access. The programs are predominately reciprocal exchanges that not only send students abroad, but also bring students to Oregon campuses. It is through these direct relationships that students and faculty connect with partner institutions abroad and bring diversity to Oregon universities.

Campus Contacts

Click on the name of your University for contact information.

Eastern Oregon University

Janet Camp

Inlow Hall 109E
La Grande, OR 97850

jcamp@eou.edu

(541) 962-3406

Oregon Institute of Technology

Deanne Pandozzi

CU107
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Deanne.Pandozzi@oit.edu
(541) 885- 1847

Oregon State University*

Sara Phillips or
Tavia Mendez

International Programs
1600 SW Western Blvd., Suite 290

sara.phillips@ous.edu or tavia.mendez@ous.edu

(541) 737-6476 or (541) 737-2672

Portland State University

Rachel Goff

International Affairs, East Hall 101
Portland, OR 97207

goffra@pdx.edu

(503) 725-4195

Southern Oregon University

Mary Gardiner

International Programs
Stevenson Union 321
Ashland, OR 97520

gardiner@sou.edu

(541) 552-6336

University of Oregon

Marj Biehler

International Affairs
Oregon Hall 330
Eugene, OR 97403

mbiehler@uoregon.edu

(541) 346-1201

Western Oregon University

Alaric Trousdale

Study Abroad &
International Exchanges
APS 501
Monmouth, OR 97361
trousdaa@wou.edu
(503) 838-8493

* Also serves as the program Coordinator/Assistant.

Additional Resources

What is Oregon Abroad?

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