CBS officially opens facility

After months of delays, Copenhagen Business School has finally opened the doors to its long-awaited, new teaching facility, the Graduate House.

The official opening ceremony took place on September 2, although teachers and students have had access to the building since June.

Caters to 1,600
The remodelled private hospital, located in Frederiskberg, can house up to 1,600 students at a time and allows around-the-clock access.

The facility includes reading rooms, a student hub and a self-service canteen.
Despite its name, the Graduate House will not serve all CBS graduates but is aimed at serving students from the various master’s programs in economics and business administration.





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