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Double Degree Options

Copenhagen Business School

flagCopenhagen, Denmark

Population 1.2 million

Accreditations AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS
Key Rankings
  • 2023 Financial Times ranking of European Business Schools: #47
  • 2022 Financial Times ranking of Masters in Management programs: #43
Program Duration 2 years
Year Launched 2011
Language English
Degrees Earned
  • Master of Science in Business, Language & Culture, concentration in Diversity and Change Management (DCM) (CBS)
  • Smith's Master of International Business
Admission Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree in Business from an accredited university or Business minor with GMAT/GRE
  • Demonstrate proficiency in one of the following languages: Chinese, French, German, Japanese, or Spanish
Key Features
  • Career support from both universities
  • Becoming an alumnus of both universities provides an invaluable international professional network
  • Optional elective courses (if staying at Queen’s – Year 1)
  • Thesis (Copenhagen Business School – Year 2)
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First Year
Fall Term
Smith School of Business Core & Elective Courses
Winter Term
Smith School of Business Electives or exchange
Summer Term
Smith School of Business Complete Global Consulting Project
Second Year
Fall Term
Copenhagen Business School Core & Elective courses
Winter Term
Copenhagen Business School Coursework & Thesis
Summer Term
Copenhagen Business School Thesis Completion