Copenhagen Business Confucius Institute

Copenhagen Business Confucius Institute (CBCI) was established in September 2008 and is a partnership between Renmin University of China and Copenhagen Business School, supported by the Confucius Institute Headquarters in Beijing. It is the aim of CBCI:

  • To encourage Danish-Chinese business relations through public lectures and seminars on Chinese business culture and Danish-Chinese business co-operation
  • To contribute to the understanding of Chinese business culture through partnerships with Danish key stake-holders in business, industry, government and education as well as with Chinese companies investing in Denmark.
  • To promote Chinese business language through teaching and training.

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Get a Summer Scholarship!

July 2, 2016, 1:41 p.m.

Four-week scholarship to the International Summer School (ISS) at Renmin University (Deadline for application March 21) Criteria: Students at Copenhagen Business School or Copenhagen Business Confucius Institute,  Age 18-30. Coverage: Scholarship winners are exempt from tuition fees. In addition it is possible to apply for free accommodation. Courses include Chinese ...

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New lectures will be announced soon!

June 29, 2016, 1:15 p.m.

New lectures will be announced in August 2016. Subscribe to our mailing list to get information directly.

Latest news

The Eagle, The Bear and The Dragon

June 24, 2016, 8:17 a.m.

On June 21, 2016, CBCI organised a book launch of ‘The Eagle, The Bear and The Dragon’ written by business journalist Ms. Christina Boutrup, senior researcher at the Danish Institute for International Studies Mr. Flemming Splidsboel Hansen and journalist Mr. Anders Agner Pedersen. The book describes and analyses the global ...

Copenhagen Business Confucius Institute (CBCI) is a co-operation project within higher education between Copenhagen Business School and Renmin University of China, supported by the Office of Chinese Language Council International in Beijing. CBCI is located in Denmark and is managed and financed 1:1 by the two partners.