New shipping program to be doubled in size

Following a record number of applications for CBS' new shipping bachelor program International Shipping & Trade, the number of slots available in the program will be doubled. German and Norwegian carriers will become part of the program.

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With 747 applicants for the 24 slots available on the new shipping bachelor program International Shipping & Trade, only three percent managed to get into the program that has just been launched at the Copenhagen Business School, CBS.

The final grade average needed for the program came to 11.3, the fifth highest among all the programs at the Danish universities. But the grade average was also so high, and access to the program - which takes place in Denmark and Singapore - so limited that this should be changed from as early as when the next class enrolls, says the university.

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