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New shipping Bachelor to expand with US university

Following a record number of applicants to the Copenhagen Business School's new shipping Bachelor - International Shipping & Trading - the program could end up requiring the highest marks for admission, and a partnership with a university in Houston is now on the table.

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After receiving a record-high number of applicants for the somewhat limited amount of slots available in the new international Bachelor program -International Shipping & Trading - the Copenhagen Business School and its partner, Singapore Management University, is now looking to expand the agreement with an American university.

407 students have already applied for the ten slots that will be distributed among Tier 2 applicants for the Copenhagen Business School's (CBS) new Bachelor program International Shipping & Trading, a record number of applicants compared to some of the established programs at the university.

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