Copenhagen Business School obtains the Triple Crown
In 2009, Finn-Junge Jesen steps down and is replaced by Swedish Johan Roos. In 2011, Copenhagen Business School finally obtains the Triple Crown – the ultimate seal of approval for universities.
In 2006, Copenhagen Business School wins the title of Nordic champion in quality assurance at a Nordic conference on quality assurance in Helsinki. Already holding the accreditation from European EQUIS, Copenhagen Business School applies for American accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools (AACSB) and the British Association of MBAs (AMBA) with the aim of obtaining the Triple Crown and joining the ranks of the global business school elite. Copenhagen Business School is awarded the Triple Crown in 2011.
After more than 20 years in office, President Finn Junge-Jensen steps down in 2009. A new president is appointed, the choice falling on Swedish Johan Roos, who leaves his position as professor of strategy and dean at the Stockholm School of Economics.