CBS This Week : Week 18
Monday 2nd May 2016
CBS DEBATING SOCIETY: MONDAY PRACTICE
Open to anyone who wishes to join, CBS Debating Society is holding their Monday debate practice in SP113. Here they hold debates in the british parliamentary format, and everyone who wants, gets an opportunity to practice their skill before getting feedback.
More info: https://student.ublend.co/events/PjpTcVIFfd
Tuesday 3rd May 2016
ASP STUDENTS: ASIA DAYS
A two day event filled with seminars, inspiring talks, interesting cultural activities, and our very own Career Fair focused on Asia! The schedule and detailed information can be found through the link below.
More info: https://student.ublend.co/events/SJaKEvw46w
CBS SPORT: LECTURE BY LARS CHRISTIANSEN ON MOTIVATION, HAPPINESS AND VOLUNTARY COMPETENCES
With the exam time slowly creeping up on us, perhaps your motivation needs a boost? Thats why CBS Sport has invited former handball player and European champion, Lars Christiansen, to come and give a few words on staying motivated and on top of your game.
More info: https://student.ublend.co/events/ht09qQOFU8
ASP STUDENTS AND CBS FILM : ASIA DAYS – VETERAN(BETERANG)
In relation to Asia Days, ASP and CBS Film have teamed up to provide you with an amazing Asian movie experience. The winning feature of the Casa Asia Award at the 48th Sitges Film Festival will be shown. It is the movie “Veteran”, that centers around an older cop and his quest to take down a seemingly untouchable young criminal.
More info: https://student.ublend.co/events/FjM9yNs09d
CBS STUDENTS: DEBATE – QUALITY EDUCATION- IS IT STILL POSSIBLE?
Find out whether quality education is still a possibility, following the recent cutbacks to higher education and participate in the relevant debate affecting all CBS students these days. The debate will focus on what quality education is, why we need it and if the recent cutbacks on higher education, along with the general under financing of CBS, is preventing students from taking an quality education.
More info: https://student.ublend.co/events/mjXjlkZ729
Wednesday 4th May 2016
COPENHAGEN BUSINESS CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE: CHINA – RESTRUCTURING AND REFORM
The economic transition to a “new normal” of slower growth involves both restructuring and reform. Restructuring involves a shift in demand (toward domestic and consumption) and in supply (toward services and away from heavy industry). Reform involves creating new institutions that facilitate restructuring and improving productivity.Professor Barry Naughton is one of the most well-known and respected Western scholars on China’s economy and China’s transition to a market economy. He will be at the event sharing his knowledge and opinions on the topic.
More info: https://student.ublend.co/events/Y5xJR0EPxV
IBP UNION: IBP ACADEMIC – COMPANY VISIT TO THE AMERICAN EMBASSY
30 lucky people will have the change to visit and ask questions at the American Embassy this close to the election in the US. If you have any questions for the embassy to answer, please write in your question in the box provided through the link below.
More info: https://student.ublend.co/events/Lk9RuC9A7D
AIESEC CBS: 6 WEEKS FOR THE WORLD
AISEC CBS invites you to come and hear about the Global Citizen Programme – an opportunity like no other to volunteer abroad. You will get to hear about the following projects: – Social Entrepreneurship in Brazil – Youth Empowerment in Peru – Education in Indonesia – Education in Portugal – Sexual Education in Vietnam – Refugee Integration in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Turkey and many more.
More info: https://student.ublend.co/events/nb3alhQMEl
Friday 6th May 2016
CBS GAMING: GAME BAR #4 AT CAFE NEXUS
Following the success of the previous one, CBS Gaming are once again hosting a FIFA night!! The stakes have been up’ed this time and you will be participating in a 2 vs.2 tournament! So find your FIFA partner in crime and show them who’s CBS’ FIFA champion.
More info: https://student.ublend.co/events/f1QfbZ1bTd