16 nations come together in new Blue MBA class

The new Blue MBA class at Copenhagen Business School has attracted a record number of students from as many as 16 nations.

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The Blue MBA at Copenhagen Business School has once again proven itself to be one of the most popular MA programs in shipping. A record-high 41 students are signed up for the new class, which embarked on the two-year MA program at CBS last week. And this time, 16 nations from across the world are represented.

The Blue MBA, or Executive MBA in Shipping and Logistics, was launched in 2001 and is particularly noted for its broad approach to the shipping sector, as the program incorporates both commercial, technical and financial aspects. In addition to participating in classes, the students will also spend time in London (finance) and Hamburg (design) during the MA. Program Director Irene Rosberg, Blue MBA, had the following comment about the solid enrollment this year:

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