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People

There's a uniquely creative, innovative atmosphere [at Cambridge], unlike any I've encountered anywhere else in the world.
Johann Xavier, Regional Chief Financial Officer, Saatchi & Saatchi, EMBA 2010

Peer-learning

The Executive MBA Admissions Committee aims to create a class of talented, energetic and creative team players, diverse in both professional experience and nationality. Our participants bring with them a huge amount of knowledge and experience which enables the class to learn from peers at a similar level of seniority.

Our classes have representatives from a wide variety of industry sectors and we try to ensure no sector or profession is overrepresented. Participants come from all around the world, from as far away as Canada and China. This means we have a very interesting and dynamic class and our participants tend to have a very diverse outlook. We think this is an important differentiator of the Cambridge programme, as much of the learning on an Executive MBA comes from interaction with classmates.

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Class size

We aim to achieve a class size which will facilitate a lively and fertile learning environment, while at the same time being small enough to enable fellow participants to get to know each other and faculty members very well.

Class of 2016

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2016 class profile

View the 2016 class statistics such as number of nationalities, work experience and industry background.

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Collaboration

We believe the ability to collaborate effectively is at the heart of business success. The Cambridge Executive MBA encourages this approach during both classes and projects, asking you to work in international teams and to join forces to test your new skills in the business world.

Networking

The network of personal and professional contacts you make at Cambridge will be invaluable in your future career. The University has 190,000 alumni, 18,000 students and 5,000 academic staff, including numerous Nobel Prize winners. As a Cambridge Executive MBA, you become a member of this powerful network. Read more about some of the Cambridge EMBA alumni you'll be connected to and see how they are making headlines.

Teaching excellence

As part of the University of Cambridge, we have an unparalleled faculty, who are world leaders in their field and undertake cutting-edge research. Our faculty members consult for top businesses, advise governments and publish numerous journals, books and papers. As an Executive MBA participant you will have access to all University of Cambridge faculty and can tap into their unrivalled expertise.

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College dining

Once a term, you will attend a Formal Hall dinner in one of the Cambridge Colleges. Keynote speakers are invited to these events: recent speakers include António Horta-Osório, Chief Executive, Lloyds Banking Group; Christoph Mueller, Chief Executive, Aer Lingus Group and Adi Sehgal, Senior Vice President for Reckitt Benckiser. 

 

 

It was not only the reputation of Cambridge, but the people who made the big difference - the personalised touch, the emphasis on the cooperative approach and the international focus. The best ambassadors of the programme were the previous students who talked to me about their experience.
Maria Dominguez, Asset Manager SES, The Netherlands, EMBA 2010