While the School's programmes are demanding, students find the time to participate in college life and a range of activities, events and organisations outside of the formal programme. The Cambridge Business School Club (CBSC) is open to all students at the School. The student organisers arrange a variety of activities and events. The CBSC committee is elected annually early in the course year.
Students at Cambridge Judge Business School have formed a number of special interest groups as part of the business school club to promote career interests, aid networking, host events and provide a student run forum to exchange views on a wide range of business topics.
The Cambridge Colleges are residential communities, providing small group teaching for their undergraduate students, and accommodation, meals, social, recreational and sporting facilities for graduate students.
Most Colleges have a full programme of social and recreational events as well as many clubs and societies. Sport features strongly in Cambridge life, with most Colleges having their own sports grounds and facilities, and each year a number of students find time to represent their Colleges and, on occasion, the University, in competitive fixtures. The Colleges also provide an important opportunity for Cambridge Judge Business School students to mix with graduate students from other Departments. The University has substantial graduate programmes in a wide variety of subjects, including economics and finance, law, and international relations, and students on these programmes are, like Cambridge Judge Business School students, spread across the different Colleges.
Sometimes students live in rooms within the College itself, but most Colleges also have separate graduate accommodation in houses and hostels in Cambridge. For those who find their own accommodation, there are many houses and apartments to rent in Cambridge, and the University Accommodation Syndicate is able to provide assistance in finding something suitable.
Living in Cambridge
As well as being a world-renowned university, Cambridge is a vibrant city full of students, academic staff and visitors from all over the world. It is within easy reach of all London's international airports, and just one hour by train from London. Cambridge is full of superb architecture, ranging from medieval churches and colleges to some outstanding examples of modern and post-modern architecture. Cambridge also has plenty to tempt you away from the books. Whether it is contemporary music, clubbing or evensong at King's College, playing rugby, punting down the Cam, or just sitting in the world-famous scenery, Cambridge has it all.