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A unique and transformative experience, in just 12 months.

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Academically rigorous and commercially relevant, our post-experience degree will sharpen your perspective and broaden your knowledge.

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Executive MBA

A 20-month degree programme for senior executives, attended by people from around the world. Participants can continue working while earning a Cambridge degree.

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Executive Education

A wide range of open enrolment and customised programmes designed for organisations, business professionals, managers, leaders and executives who strive for professional and personal growth.

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Research programmes

Our PhD programme educates the academic leaders of tomorrow. It attracts individuals of the highest intellectual calibre with a desire to leave a mark on the world as academics in a business school, applying the rigour of academic debate to the world’s most pressing problems.

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Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship

A 12 month, part-time programme that transforms the entrepreneurial aspirations of ambitious individuals into real action and new enterprises.

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MSt in Social Innovation

A part-time programme designed for practitioners for the business, public and social sectors who wish to lead innovative solutions to pressing social issues.

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Insight

PFI will fail if the risks are wrong

Dr Othman Cole talks public-private partnership, financial services and starting his academic career aged 15. Should private-sector companies make money from public …

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The future of sales? Professionalisation.

This man wrote the most highly regarded textbook on sales. Now Javier Marcos says that professionalisation is the future. “If you think …

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Good leaders make mistakes. This is why.

Research from Professor David De Cremer says that the worst thing you can do is believe your own hype. When Indian family-firm …

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The deal-maker: what it takes to lead the way

From his place at the top table of British banking, Sir Simon Robertson has worked with and for some of the biggest …

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Latest news

AGRIinsight Ltd and Arcus Global join forces

Cambridge Judge Alumni collaborate to launch online platform mapping agribusiness in Africa AGRIinsight Ltd and Arcus Global have announced a new partnership …

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Faculty news update

A regular update on articles, awards and other developments involving Cambridge Judge Business School faculty and fellows. Simon Taylor writes of Hinkley nuclear …

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Scale-up problems for small firms addressed

Research from Cambridge Judge and Oxford Saïd business schools, convened by Barclays, recommends ways to help UK entrepreneurs scale up for growth. …

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An ethical ‘footprint’

Cambridge Judge alumna Georgina Hemmingway launches Footprint Cafés, a new chain of sustainable enterprise cafés, with a $150,000 donation from Dr Darrin …

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Gubernatorial spoils study: ‘All politics is local’

Companies whose directors are connected to winning US gubernatorial candidates increase in value and are more likely to receive state subsidies, loans …

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Blogs

Planned obsolescence is nothing new: from early nylon stockings in the first half of the twentieth century to cheap photocopier components in the second half, manufacturers have designed products to wear out quickly and induce replacement purchases. This has long been well understood, as consumers do not much care how many of their neighbors own the same inexpensive but functional copier.
Vishal Agrawal, Stelios Kavadias, and Beril Toktay (posted on 1 March 2016)
The world’s most expensive power station project, a new nuclear reactor at Hinkley Point C in the UK, still hasn’t reached financial close, despite backing from the UK, French and Chinese governments. It might be best for the UK if it never does.
Dr Simon Taylor, University Lecturer in Finance (posted on 21 February 2016)
The collapse of the £800 million social care contract covering Cambridgeshire and Peterborough has thrown into stark relief the issues relating to how we arrange and pay for the care of our ageing and sick citizens. And in case we are tempted to think it is other people’s problem, it is really about how we pay for our own futures.
Martin Clark, Centre for Social Innovation (posted on 15 February 2016)

The opinions expressed are those of the authors and are not necessarily representative of the views of CJBS, the University of Cambridge, or any other party.

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Media coverage

The Guardian: Interview with Lord Bilimoria

Lord Karan Bilimoria, Chairman of the Advisory Board at Cambridge Judge Business School and founder of Cobra Beer, shares his insights about …

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The Standard: Disasters threaten Manila’s economy

Manila’s economic exposure to natural threats is the highest in the world in terms of the share of gross domestic product, reports …

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City AM: Genetics company CEO scoops everywoman start-up award

An interview with Jelena Aleksic, CEO and co-founder of GeneAdviser, who won the 2016 FDM Everywoman in Technology start-up founder award. Jelena …

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Cambridge TV: Scale ups

Stelios Kavadias, Margaret Thatcher Professor of Enterprise Studies in Innovation & Growth and Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre, discusses the new report …

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Cambridge News: Video phone start-up sees export benefits

SeeSpeak, a start-up supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, has sealed a deal to export its products …

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Cambridge Network: The deal-maker: what it takes to lead the way

From his place at the top table of British banking, Sir Simon Robertson has worked with and for some of the biggest …

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Cambridge News: ‘Fast and Furious’ pitching contest at Venturefest East will feature Cambridge start-ups

Venturefest East is coming to Newmarket on 24 May where entrepreneurs will have an opportunity to pitch their ideas and win the …

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Financial Times: Start-ups struggle to nurture rapid growth, report warns

Entrepreneurs in Britain need to develop effective management systems, establish partnerships and leverage their competitive strengths in order to scale up effectively, …

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