Cambridge Judge Business School’s Executive MBA (EMBA) degree programme for senior working professionals was today (17 October) ranked 36th in the Financial Times (FT) ranking of global EMBA programmes.
Among areas of the latest FT survey, Cambridge Judge was ranked 9th out of 100 EMBA programmes in “aims achieved”, with 79% of those surveyed saying they fulfilled their goals or reasons for doing an EMBA, and 22nd in career progress, or changes in the level of seniority and size of the company alumni now work in compared to before their EMBA.
The School also exceeded its overall ranking in several areas reflecting the international nature of Cambridge Judge, including students, faculty, board and course experience, as well as in environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria.
Dean of the Business School, Professor Mauro Guillén, said:
“Cambridge Judge Business School strives to offer an individual education and life experience for each student, reflecting the different aims of our diverse cohorts. Our students cherish the intimate approach of Cambridge Judge, which provides an invaluable network that is a hallmark of the School and the broader Cambridge community. This inclusive network is being strengthened through our increasing focus on lifelong learning, in which alumni continue their education in different and exciting ways both in Cambridge and around the world.
“Rankings reflect the different approaches taken by business schools that allow students to choose the pathway that works best for them. We always endeavour to improve all our programmes as Cambridge Judge carves its own special place in the business school universe. Cambridge Judge encourages students to pursue whatever path they choose, whether that be the corporate world, non-profits, creative industries or the public sector, and we are proud of that approach.”