Among individual ranking categories, Cambridge Judge ranked fourth out of 100 MBA programmes ranked in aims achieved, with 91% of alumni who responded to the survey indicating that they fulfilled their goals or reasons for doing an MBA, and seventh in the proportion of core courses dedicated to ethics, social and environmental issues of how organisations can reach net zero.
Cambridge Judge again demonstrated its commitment to diversity by ranking ninth in the percentage (98%) of current MBA students whose citizenship differs from the location of study, and with an Advisory Board with 55% female membership.
We are also pleased that our efforts to teach solutions that will help achieve net zero are recognised in these latest rankings, as sustainability is an increasing focus for all of us at the Business School.
Interim Dean of the Business School, Professor Gishan Dissanaike, said:
“This year’s Financial Times rankings reflect the experience of the 2019/20 class of Cambridge MBA students, whose studies coincided with the unprecedented challenges posed by the global pandemic. Cambridge Judge is therefore proud that an overwhelming proportion of those students felt their aims and goals were achieved despite exceptional circumstances that required a rapid shift to hybrid learning and other adjustments. The FT survey also reported an increase in the overall satisfaction rate among the class’s alumni.
“We are also pleased that our efforts to teach solutions that will help achieve net zero are recognised in these latest rankings, as sustainability is an increasing focus for all of us at the Business School.”
“The Cambridge MBA programme is designed to offer a unique learning and networking experience that allows students to make their own mark on the world in whatever fields they pursue – in the private sector, government, NGOs, entrepreneurship or the creative arts.”
“The Business School is committed to improve students’ overall educational experience in ways that are consistent with our values, and this includes our performance in categories that matter most to students and the Cambridge Judge community. So we will reflect on these latest FT rankings as we continue to adapt the Cambridge MBA programme to the needs of students and the demands of broader society.”