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The Cambridge MBA

A unique and transformative experience, in just 12 months.

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Master of Finance (MFin)

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 Open Programmes

Our Open Programmes are designed for mid to senior level executives around the world seeking new perspectives and insights on key management issues.

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Executive Education Custom Programmes

Our custom programmes not only help develop individual and organisational capabilities, they transform the way you think.

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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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Professional Practice MPhils

Programmes for members of the University of Cambridge

 

Features

Does economics need less maths or more?

Has mathematics become too complex and too dominant a force in modern economics? Yes, says Cambridge Judge Business School’s Michael Kitson; no, …

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Neeraj Agarwal (MBA 2005), Co-Founder and CEO of Tea People

How do you make a viable business out of a social enterprise? Simple, says Neeraj Agarwal: just have an amazing, professionally branded …

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How technology has changed the game of creative production and consumption

Allègre Hadida hosted the Entertainment Master Class (EMC) at Cambridge Judge Business School earlier this year. Founded in 2008, the EMC is now …

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When slacker is safer

Professor Stefan Scholtes warns that exceeding the ‘tipping point’ can have serious consequences They turn up late. They seem immune to deadlines. …

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There may be stubble ahead

Faced with decreasing sales and a fundamental shift in behaviour among your core audience, what steps would you take to make a …

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News, knowledge and insight

Student charity needs your support

Students of the Cambridge Development Initiative (CDI) are asking for your help to raise £3,000 in order to match a £25,000 pledge …

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London and Cambridge need each other – the key message from Accelerate Cambridge Investor Day

A packed event at the HQ of investment bank, BNY Mellon, showcased the talent and ideas of new entrepreneurs discovered by Cambridge …

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Alumna Alice heads up prize-winning team exploring viruses as a way to treat breast cancer

An ingenious idea to mimic how viruses work in the body to deliver highly targeted cancer treatments has netted funding for a …

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Angel investors to gather for new entrepreneur pitches

Around 100 investors from the Cambridge innovation cluster and London investment scene will meet in London on Thursday, 10 April, to hear …

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MBA Gopal Rao wins Twitter competition to meet Foreign Secretary William Hague

Gopal Rao, a current MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School, met William Hague, UK Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, …

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Accelerator pitch

Accelerator pitch: Joshua Wallace of Cytora

Can you pitch your genius business idea in the time it takes to get from the ground floor to the C-suite? Joshua Wallace, Co-Founder of Cytora, and a recipient of a CJBS Accelerator grant, gives it a go.

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The impact of our research

Heating up regulation

Research from Cambridge Judge Business School has been instrumental in developing a new system of energy market regulation Research from Cambridge Judge …

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Fact: there is an I in team

Working on the Cam and at Camp Bastion, Dr Mark de Rond is turning the theory of teamwork on its head It’s …

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The future of the planet

Dr Chris Hope’s PAGE2002 model has been used worldwide to calculate the true cost of climate change Global problems call for global …

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A natural industriousness?

To make an impact on policy, you need to get your hands dirty, as Dr Kamal Munir, author of Pakistan’s industrial policy, …

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The jugaad juggernaut

The fleet-footed thinking of developing nations is super-charging R&D at multinationals according to Professor Jaideep Prabhu In the West, business innovation is often …

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Social enterprise in the field

Professor Paul Tracey believes that you can’t shine a spotlight on poverty and inequality from your desk. It’s a huge challenge to …

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Investing in 2013? Ask John Maynard Keynes

Economist John Maynard Keynes ran the endowment fund at King’s College from 1921 until his death in 1946. His highly successful approach …

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No bangers in the UK

It’s often said that Britain’s car industry is in decline, but research from Dr Matthias Holweg suggests the real story is very …

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Thinkers: the latest blog posts

Today the Treasury published its analysis of the dynamic effects of fuel duty reductions. The headline message of its analysis is that ‘these reductions in duty will increase GDP by between 0.3 and 0.5 per cent in the long-term’. Apart from a single short paragraph (section 3.25), the report does not mention pollution. It does not mention CO2 emissions at all.
Dr Chris Hope, Reader in Policy Modelling (posted on 14 April 2014)
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is a great example of an institution that was created for one purpose – to police the system of fixed exchange rates set up in the 1944 Bretton Woods treaty – which has survived and evolved to do something quite different...
Dr Simon Taylor, University Lecturer in Finance (posted on 3 April 2014)
The days leading up the budget are hectic as many in the Treasury are busy devising financial gimmicks to please the electorate. This forthcoming budget is particularly important as next year's budget will be too close to the election to have much of an impact on the economy or the "feel-good factor". Government politicians are also busy revelling in good economic data including a return to economic growth and falling unemployment. The chancellor has been telling colleagues that "we have won". Have they?
Michael Kitson, University Lecturer in Global Macroeconomics (posted on 17 March 2014)

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Recent media coverage

Cambridge Network: Alumna Alice heads up prize-winning team exploring viruses as a way to treat breast cancer

Alice MacNeil (Management Studies Tripos 2012) and her team members have won $5000 to take forward their ground-breaking project to commercialise a …

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Forbes: Beyond the Tech City – Cambridge accelerator stages London investor day

In the week when Cambridge Judge Business School’s start-up accelerator, Accelerate Cambridge, held its first London Investor Day, Hanadi Jabado, Director of …

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Gulf Daily News: A. Almoayed appointed as member of the Board of Directors of Bahrain Bourse

Ayman Almoayed, MBA 2008 and a member of the Alumni Council at Cambridge Judge Business School, has joined the Board of Directors …

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The Huffington Post: A tune from the Middle East, a bridge to America

Badr Jafar, CEO of Crescent Enterprises and Chairman of the Alumni Council at Cambridge Judge Business School, together with American music producer …

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Bloomberg Business Week: The most daring CEOs were forged in fire (and flood and earthquake)

Bloomberg features the research of Raghavendra Rau, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School, and colleagues, into …

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BRAC blog: Scaling digitality: Does scaling technology have to mean losing the human touch

The second Frugal Innovation Forum titled ‘Scaling Digitally’ took place in Bangladesh. Over 150 people representing 16 countries spent their weekend at …

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Commodity Online: Over- stressed investors: Cortisol influence on markets

The article features the research of Dr John Coates, Fellow in Neuroscience at Cambridge Judge Business School. New research by Dr John …

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Cambridge Network: Angel investors gather for new entrepreneur pitches

Around 100 investors from the Cambridge innovation cluster and London investment scene will meet in London this Thursday (10 April), to hear …

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