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Personalised learning

Cambridge MBA curriculum: personalised learning

Our curriculum is carefully designed to deliver a rigorous and relevant business masters degree.

You will progress logically through a 'micro to macro' pathway, starting with the fundamental disciplines of business and team building. You will progress to focus on your team leading skills, assimilating your discipline learning and learning how to make an impact at organisational level.

As the programme progresses, you can start to personalise your route through the programme, by combining the following elements with your core curriculum.

Your options:

  • Taught 'elective' courses
  • Global Consulting Project
  • A Concentration
  • Summer Term activities
  • Student-led activities such as 'Special Interest Groups'
  • Sector-related elements of the Career Acceleration Programme

Concentrations offered are:

  • Culture, Arts and Media
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Energy & Environment
  • Finance
  • Global Business
  • Health Strategy
  • Social Innovation
  • Strategy & Marketing

Learn more about Concentrations

Opportunities at CJBS and the wider University

The Cambridge MBA offers a unique and expansive learning experience, not only through the MBA curriculum, but also by leveraging opportunities on offer from the wider School and the University of Cambridge.

At Cambridge Judge Business School

As an integrated department of one of the top universities in the world, our academic research is paramount. 95 per cent of our research is deemed world-leading or internationally recognised by the independent body Research Excellence Framework (REF). As an MBA you can engage with the activities of the various research centres, plus other initiatives such as the Entrepreneurship Centre and more. These bodies could support your own studies and network building, introduce possible mentors or supervisors for your work, or could lead to projects and career opportunities in future.

Learn more about the School's centres and related centres

At the University

Although your MBA timetable is full, you will achieve richer intellectual value from the broader educational setting of the University. Students can explore interests and develop specific skill-sets through peer-led organisations such as CUTEC - Cambridge University Entrepreneurial Society and Cambridge Union Society. Whatever your field of interest, it can be nurtured in this incredible centre of learning.

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