The University of Cambridge is one of the world's most respected universities. It is the second oldest university in the English-speaking world and the fourth oldest in Europe. In 2009 the University of Cambridge celebrated its 800th anniversary and throughout its history has produced leaders in medicine, science, humanities, technology, social sciences, politics, the arts and business.
The University of Cambridge has also produced more Nobel Prize winners than other institution - 88 affiliates have won in every category with 29 Physics, 25 in Medicine, 21 in Chemistry, nine in Economics, two in Literature and two in Peace.
In addition to a long and distinguished tradition in mathematics and the sciences, the University of Cambridge educated 15 British Prime Ministers and 23 Heads of State or Government, including three Prime Ministers of India, two Prime Ministers of Singapore, a Prime Minister of Australia, the First Minister of Malaysia and Queen Margrethe II of Denmark.
As part of the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, Cambridge Executive Education is able to draw upon this global institution and utilise a world-class faculty made up of members from more than 100 countries whose interests span the globe and who are leaders in their respective fields - teaching students at all levels including executives, directing cutting-edge research, consulting for top businesses and advising governments.
Cambridge Executive Education in its executive development programmes is able to call upon this stellar faculty to offer an interdisciplinary approach to programmes and draws upon the intellectual authority of many institutes, faculties, research centres and departments of the University.