CBS developing international BA in shipping

CBS is well underway with the development of a new BA in shipping. Trade, finance, and strategic cooperation are the ingredients so far. CBS is currently only awaiting final approval of the programme.

A brand new university programme is on the way for young people interested in shipping. Copenhagen Business School (CBS) is working at full strength to be able to offer a BA programme that will strengthen the future shipping generation's sense of trade, finance, and strategy, says Martin Jes Iversen, associate professor at CBS and one of the people behind the new programme, to ShippingWatch.

The working title of the new programme is "BA in international shipping and trade," and the programme falls in line with the recommendations from the Danish government's growth team, which called for the establishment of a new university degree in shipping.

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