Among areas of the latest FT survey, Cambridge Judge was ranked 6th out of 100 EMBA programmes in ‘aims achieved’, with 76% of those surveyed saying they fulfilled their goals or reasons for doing an EMBA, and 13th in career progress, or changes in the level of seniority and size of the company in which alumni now work compared to before their EMBA.
Other areas recognised by the rankings include the diverse and international nature of our students, faculty and advisory board, reflecting the rich and varied nature of the exceptional Cambridge Judge community.
Interim Dean of the Business School, Professor Gishan Dissanaike, said:
“Cambridge Judge Business School has long been proud to offer a unique EMBA programme that each and every student can tailor to their own passions and interests. The global and distinctive Cambridge Judge experience includes world-class teaching and research, introduction to an international network that students retain throughout their careers, and interaction with the world-leading Cambridge ecosystem that brings together scientists, academics and practitioners in areas such as biotech and computing.
Cambridge Judge Business School has long been proud to offer a unique EMBA programme that each and every student can tailor to their own passions and interests.
“Cambridge Judge has always followed its own special pathway, and rankings reflect some but not all the approaches chosen by business schools to best serve their diverse student bodies and broader communities. We will reflect on these rankings as part of our continuous work to improve all programmes and initiatives. Yet our core mission and values are not dictated by rankings: Cambridge Judge believes strongly that students should pursue whatever career path they choose – whether that be in the corporate world, the public sector and non-governmental organisations, or the creative industries – as our students past, present and future enhance the world and their own experience.
Executive MBA programmes
The Cambridge Executive MBA and Global Executive MBA – 20-month programmes for senior executives who want to apply their knowledge and skills as they learn.
The Finance Times posted Executive MBA programme ranking results on 16 October 2023.