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Blue MBA sets a new record for new students

The Danish shipping industry's most prestigious education, Copenhagen Business School's Blue MBA, has set a new record for the number of newly enrolled students. Since the beginning in 2001, a total of 200 students have been enrolled in the program.

The latest crop of future Blue MBAs, or Executive MBAs in Shipping & Logistics to be precise, is with its 46 students the largest that has ever been enrolled into the renowned maritime education at Copenhagen Business School (CBS) since the beginning in 2001.

The person in charge of the education, program director Irene Rosberg, is extremely pleased with the development, she tells ShippingWatch. The program, which takes a broad approach to shipping and maritime professions, has been performing above par at a time when CBS is generally threatened by cut-backs and the looming risk of programs being canceled altogether.

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