Cambridge is a world-renowned seat of learning. It is synonymous with research and teaching excellence. Many faculty are leaders in their field directing cutting-edge research, consulting for top businesses and advising governments. Read more about faculty and speakers on the programme. Participants benefit from all the resources, networking opportunities and reputation of the University of Cambridge.
Technology and enterprise
Cambridge is a European hub of high-tech and entrepreneurship, attracting 25 per cent of UK venture capital. The city is surrounded by science parks, incubators and innovation centres, which are home to a mixture of start-ups, local high-tech businesses and UK subsidiaries of major multinationals attracted by the city's lively, collaborative community. Many of the businesses have connections to the University, and over 1,600 firms employing more than 30,000 people have been created as a result of the collaboration between academia and the private sector. This collaboration is sometimes referred to as the 'Cambridge Phenomenon'.
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The Cambridge Community
The programme offers the opportunity to network with your peers and to make mutually beneficial associations. You'll also have access to the wider Cambridge Judge Business School community and to the huge networking potential of the University: its students, academics and alumni. Personal networks are the most important way to share information creatively and foster new ideas for business success. There are many ways to connect to this ecosystem, including seminars, consulting projects and networking events. Find out more about organisations and networks you can connect to.