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  • CBSLife 10 Things You Didn't Know About Being A Student Worker
    20 25 hours a week alongside your studies may sound like a lot but the ability to make your own schedule makes a big difference If you like me don t mind working days of 12 14 hours then you ll still have plenty of time for friends family school and other activities 5 The people Working at BCG also means working with bright people from a variety of different backgrounds You will be colleagues with engineers doctors etc with experience within everything from nanotechnology to running an intergovernmental organization You cannot help but become inspired by the drive and talent of these people 6 The network With the abundance of talent surrounding you this is also a great way to expand your network and utilize it Just last month I got in contact with a consultant from our Oslo office who is somewhat of an expert on my master s thesis topic He happily set aside some time to help my partner and I get started and put us in contact with other BCG ers within the field Via Morten Jessen 7 The exposure At BCG you will always have senior staff members ready to assist and guide you However after having been employed for just a month or two I was given the responsibility to conduct a client presentation on my own without support simply because my superiors deemed me fit for the task and saw it as a great learning opportunity for me 8 The personal development If you want a student job just to make some money there will likely be better options than BCG But if you want to develop personally and I am not just talking about skills within slide making and Excel modeling then you will have plenty of opportunities All consultancies know that their people are their biggest asset and will do everything in their power to guide you along the way through feedback sessions virtual trainings and tips from your superiors 9 The benefits No job in consulting is without proper benefits to go with it For me this has largely been in the form of visits to some of the best restaurants and cocktail bars Copenhagen has to offer corporate retreats to Spain and Italy as well as action packed events like helicopter rides high roping and skiing And as my team is all about shipping we have naturally also been at sea with catamaran RIB boat and our boss s yacht 10 The results Working as a student worker at BCG made me realize that this is where I want to begin my professional career and fortunately it also resulted in a full time contract BCG really is a place that allows you to grow and develop and if you show initiative the sky is the limit to what you can achieve Via Morten Jessen Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Mihika Deb Mihika Deb is currently taking her bachelor in BA English and Organizational

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  • CBSLife CBS This Week: Week 7 - CBSLife
    for Danish and international customers in his position as owner and creative director of the company KLAP More info https student ublend co events 9P1vVbZyBC Thursday 18th February 2016 CPH MANAGEMENT CONSULTING CLUB FINANCELAB REVERSE CASE COMPETITION Via Ublend The seemingly most hyped event this year yet is finally here This week the reverse case competition is finally taking place The tables have turned in this case it will be professionals solving the case and students taking on the position of the jury and firing questions their way Two of the biggest firms in consulting PricewaterhouseCoopers PWC and Ernst Young EY have sent out their consultants in teams of four to solve the case This is the very first event of this kind ever to be held in Denmark so it s definitely not one to miss Be quick though tickets are selling out fast More info https student ublend co events lTwyNOvvXF CMCC and https student ublend co events W7QennFik5 FinanceLab CAFE NEXUS NEXUS THURSDAYS Via Cafe Nexus Without fail Nexus is buzzing almost every Thursday evening This week it s Nexus big event of the month and so they re collaborating with TuborgMusic the guys behind Alexander Brown and NONSENS visiting Nexus at the kick off party to ensure that there are several guest DJs throughout the night to give you February s ultimate party As usual entry is free you just need your student ID More info https www facebook com events 766351530136349 Friday 19th February 2016 CBS STUDENTS APRES SKI BEER PONG Via Ublend Beer pong tournaments at Nexus are back again this year 32 teams will battle it out on the night but only one team can take on the glory of being the undefeated champions There will also be a prize of two jugs of beer for the team best dressed in their apres ski outfit It costs 100Kr to sign up as a team and signups open today Nexus is open as usual for anyone who wants to come by get a few drinks and cheer on their favorites Get practicing and get your beer pong on More info https student ublend co events V3eRBFT3Sv ASP STUDENTS ASP STUDENTS KICK OFF Via Ublend Get to know more about ASP students your opportunities within the society and how they can help you out all whilst you re munching on pizza and mingling around with a beer in hand More info https student ublend co events FXilyL0WUu Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Mihika Deb Mihika Deb is currently taking her bachelor in BA English and Organizational Communication When she s not studying she s usually happily spending her time running CBSLife chilling with friends or googling holiday images and for the most part obsessing over cats Tags asp students cafe nexus CBS Case Competition cbs debating society CBS Students cbs this week cmcc financial SweDen Students Previous Post Next Post Related News April 24 2016 CBS This Week Week 17

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  • CBSLife Student Job - Or Student CO-founder?
    all They need to understand that most businesses need a couple of years to achieve successful results I am actually involved in a startup that was founded in 2011 They spent quite a lot of money but they didn t manage to find the right business model After 4 years we started to see improvement However there were 4 frustrating years until we got to the point where we can grow the business though it is a completely different model Did the founders you mention expect this No they raised the capital based on very aggressive valuation and growth and it just didn t happen The problem with having aggressive figures to chase is the stress they generate You have investors who rely on you and when you are unable to perform it is frustrating and demotivating What s strange is that this company has experienced growth every year just not that aggressive as they were expecting While Better Collective has become a successful company with more than 70 employees without raising any capital you have chosen to invest money in other startups which have a different business model How should a young entrepreneur think about his startup in terms of raising funds vs bootstrapping I would recommend to bootstrap as much as possible I think the best type of funding that you can get is the one that helps you scale the business You can put more emphasis on the sales and marketing initiatives It is very dangerous to get money for product development You do not know what to expect and deadlines will always be missed The problem with attracting funds before you have the product right is that it is going to be much more expensive As you miss milestones you end up running out of money It is not easy to build a product if you do not have money but it is easier to get help from others when you don t have anything to give in exchange My advice would be try to get the product built before focusing on funding You should care about setting the right team who can build the product in the spare time You need to create the vision As a non technical founder and CEO I depend on technical people My job is to formulate the vision get people on board and encourage them to do the best in order to deliver the technical projects we need If I am bootstrapping as a non technical founder and CEO my job is to get out there and get the person who can be the CTO of the company or at least the one who can build the product and motivate him if we get traction to the product In your journey as a co founder and CEO you ve probably gained experience on how not to handle certain things What advice can you pass on to someone who wants to follow a similar path It would be interesting to

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  • CBSLife ON CAMPUS Archives - Page 3 of 10 - CBSLife
    class Welcome to CBS May 22 2015 How to stay sane during the exam period May 13 2015 Meeting CBS Jam May 8 2015 The 6 types of people you ll see at a career booth May 6 2015 Three mistakes entrepreneurs make when personal branding April 27 2015 On the risky side Entrepreneurs at CBS April 24 2015 Codex CBS s startup that helps you sell your old books November 20 2014 14 Ways to Improve the CBS Election November 17 2014 Who is Andreas Kristian Gjede November 12 2014 Talent Link Linking Opportunities November 11 2014 Why Gender Quotas Hurt Women November 5 2014 The Secrets Behind Red Bull s Marketing Strategy November 4 2014 When Christmas Comes Early October 22 2014 A President Leads the Way October 21 2014 Per Wimmer s 8 Tips for Becoming a Total Boss 1 2 3 4 5 Find us on Facebook Popular Recent Categories Does Denmark Have a Race Problem 106 Comments The 5 Worst Things About Moving to Copenhagen 15 Comments The Ethics of Blanking as a Strategy 9 Comments How To Budget Travel 4 Comments The 10 Best Danish Movies and What They Say About Danes 4 Comments CBS This Week Week 17 April 24 2016 How is Zoophilia socially acceptable April 22 2016 CBS This Week Week 16 April 17 2016 Is CBS ignoring the economics debate April 16 2016 Ublend Releases the World s First Education Network April 13 2016 Check Out 88 DISCUSS 108 EXCHANGE 25 FASHION 30 Featured 244 Featured Video Who are we CBSLife is CBS student blog written for students by students Our goal is to write about what s happening on campus and off campus so you can make the most of your university experience We post articles daily and strive

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  • CBSLife ON CAMPUS Archives - Page 10 of 10 - CBSLife
    Climate KIC Venture Cup February 16 2012 The Nordic Trading Competition Low Down February 14 2012 Free Coffee and Breakfast Tomorrow at Solbjerg February 13 2012 All In Once Again An Inside Review of One of CBS s Many Ski Trips February 8 2012 Student Profile The Accidental Rock Star February 6 2012 NGO Meets Business Seminar December 13 2011 Top Procrastination Websites During Exams November 25 2011 How the CBS Election Works November 24 2011 What is CBS Students November 7 2011 The Hunger Project 8 9 10 Find us on Facebook Popular Recent Categories Does Denmark Have a Race Problem 106 Comments The 5 Worst Things About Moving to Copenhagen 15 Comments The Ethics of Blanking as a Strategy 9 Comments How To Budget Travel 4 Comments The 10 Best Danish Movies and What They Say About Danes 4 Comments CBS This Week Week 17 April 24 2016 How is Zoophilia socially acceptable April 22 2016 CBS This Week Week 16 April 17 2016 Is CBS ignoring the economics debate April 16 2016 Ublend Releases the World s First Education Network April 13 2016 Check Out 88 DISCUSS 108 EXCHANGE 25 FASHION 30 Featured 244 Featured Video Who are we CBSLife is CBS student blog written for students by students Our goal is to write about what s happening on campus and off campus so you can make the most of your university experience We post articles daily and strive to deliver content that spans the whole spectrum writing about everything from student politics to the best cupcakes in town to where you can buy the cheapest beer We are always open to feedback from our loyal readers so give us your opinion on our articles Stay tuned for the latest news and advice CBSLife on Instagram cbslife

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  • CBSLife Guide: Kickstart your Journey to South East Asia
    want for your trip Some general considerations for budgeting and planning purposes are important In all tourist prone attractions of the world there are high low and shoulder seasons These vary by region of course In South East Asia the high season is generally in December January and February in the northern areas a little later It will generally be more expensive to live eat and party during high season and ho s tels might have to be booked in advance It is considerably cheaper in the low season when you thought it just couldn t get any cheaper The weather is also a major factor to consider In the tropical areas of Asia there are only two seasons Wet and Dry season The wet season coincide with the low season This is the period from late May until late October at latest In general July is the month with most rain In January you will almost not experience a drop at all Now again this depends on what kind of trip you want If you want to go hiking and do outdoor sports the hottest months from March and towards the summer are not ideal If you want to avoid the biggest crowds try to avoid January From what I heard the best time to visit most areas of South East Asia is late November or February Get a guidebook to stake your path A guidebook is always a smart investment before a longer trip The authors have traveled a lot in the region and worked out what places to visit what things cost and where you can find help I found guidebooks most useful when planning my trips Not only can they tell you interesting information about the country you are going to but it will have lists of top areas or attractions to see so that you get a taste of what s on offer There are many good books out there but here are some of my favourite Lonely Planet High quality guides written in a prosaic manner giving very general advice and inspiration for travel destinations though mainly the most popular ones Rough guide Also high quality advice though less focus on the reading experience and more in depth on the smaller attractions Travelfish com excellent attraction guides focused on South East Asia There are many more online guides out there mostly for free Know what to bring One of the worst mistakes when gearing up to for your trip to South East Asia is to pack too much It is a known advice to travel light but this is really gonna make your life easier Especially as a backpacker with your whole closet on your shoulders it will be important to consider exactly what you NEED And what you really need is actually not that much When it comes to clothing display all you think you need to bring and then divide that by half After that it all depends on what kind of

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  • CBSLife One Hot Italian Minute - CBSLife
    one of the gorgeous boutique hotels wouldn t hurt either Via Sara Gholami Bologna on the other hand really surprised me I was amazed by the city s beauty literally every building is decorated o rnately and every café you pass has you longing for an espresso break Bologna is also the home of mortadella and the famous pink and white sausage can be seen hanging in every deli shop The best lunch we had was at La Vecchia Malga in the old town paper thin slices of mortadella prosciutto and an assortment of Italian cheeses enjoyed outside in the narrow street with a glass of red wine Pizza always hits the spot but please do try some of the other many options available E xplore Venice for one of them Via Sara Gholami We were also lucky enough to have a local tour guide show us the best nightlife of Bologna this includes Momu s Cafe which serves the most alcoholic drink I have ever consumed despite its fruity taste the Magic Sam warning you should pass on the second round if you wanna keep your memory This was consumed outside standing up under the heater lamps surrounded by crowds of loud Italians before heading off to a whole bar dedicated just to cheap shots in the university area and finally ending the night in an underground club Soda Pops where dancing on the tables is almost mandatory Overall a great experience and very different to going out in CPH Everything is a lot more casual and you just wait and see where the night will take you Ryanair flies directly from Copenhagen to Bologna and train tickets for trips within Italy can be purchased on www trenitalia com Venice is an hour and a half on the high speed train from Bologna and tickets are approximately 10 euros each way What are you waiting for Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Sara Gholami Sara is currently on her fourth semester of Business Language Culture specializing in Spanish after having lived in Madrid indulging in mountains of tapas and sangria She is somewhat of a language wiz speaking 4 other languages besides her native Greek but her main passions in life are food and fashion If only those two could be combined Tags copenhagen getaways off campus travel Previous Post Next Post Related News April 13 2016 Copenhagen Getaways Mini Cruise to Oslo Norway April 6 2016 Guest Article 10 Things You Didn t Know About Being A Student Worker A Response March 25 2016 Guide Kickstart your journey to South East Asia March 18 2016 Living breathing architecture takes over Copenhagen Leave a reply Cancel reply Name Email Website Comment Find us on Facebook Popular Recent Categories Does Denmark Have a Race Problem 106 Comments The 5 Worst Things About Moving to Copenhagen 15 Comments The Ethics of Blanking as a Strategy 9 Comments How To Budget Travel 4 Comments The 10 Best Danish

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  • CBSLife Living, Breathing Architecture Festival takes over CPH
    Ly og Rum allows the audience to sense places through the ears focusing perspectives in the sonic aspect of architecture to show how sound and acoustics shape the urban scape Theme 2 Arkitektens Liv og Poetik looks past the architects life of projects and planning and seeks to discover their life and poetics behind the architectural box Theme 3 Fælles skab goes on especially to debate how co creating can be the answer to change a city and adapt it to the ever growing situations of overpopulation and climate change Theme 4 Almindeligheden Genfortryllet concentrates on the everyday life and shy architecture in the current German film scene Theme 5 Københavns Forvandlinger will look at Copenhagen as architecture and way of living Theme 6 Kinesiske Megabyer takes the festival to China s densely populated metropolises to explore what is true in how the country s contradictions are portrayed by the media Theme 7 Bjarke Ingels x Martin de Thurah is when both artists and friends get their selection of inspiring movies to illustrate how the cinema can help develop new perspectives to architecture world and the imagination Theme 8 Byen som billede puts postcard material cities into a wider perspective by exploring the other side of the touristy cities Theme 9 Resistent Arkitektur exposes the role architects play in a world of disasters and violence in order to avoid them It puts in contrast the architecture for life vs architecture for survival Theme 10 Frisat Form shows new works in the film scenario ranked between moving images contemporary art and architectural visions Theme 11 Dorte Mandrup x Poul Erik Tjner discusses the experience of a foreign city as the setting for the opportunity to wear the new personalities and styles Theme 12 KADK x Lecture Series gives the chance of attending a series of lectures with five outstanding voices of architecture contemporary art and cultural theory Copenhagen Architecture Festival s website The screening of Sector IX B and Chronicles of Solitude as part of the Frisat Form theme is a perfect example of the festival s intentions to allow the audience to explore the different ways architecture interacts with one s life As the audience sat and watched the new works they could observe and experience this worldwide spread perception from a big screen in a cinema room Copenhagen Architecture Festival s website Overall CAFx 2016 is a chance to breathe the inevitable causes effects and consequences of architecture on the daily urban life An indispensable chance to live and interact with the works of artists and with architects whose creativity is able to make this visible For more information you can find a full list of CAFx 2016s program in their homepage where you can also find tickets for the specific events Share this story Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn About the Author Bárbara Lopes Bárbara is a dreamer by day and a writer by night She is also a BSc student of Service Management in Tourism and Hospitality in

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