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Equality, diversity and inclusion

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At Cambridge Judge Business School, we take pride in the diversity of our community: from students to staff and faculty; the marginalisation of any particular group is utterly unacceptable to us and Cambridge Judge Business School is committed to equality, diversity and inclusion in our community and our work.

The Business School works to pursue equality of opportunity. We support and encourage all under-represented groups, promote an inclusive culture, and value diversity highly in our teaching, student recruitment and research. 

We have formulated a Cambridge Judge Business School action plan that brings focus and coherence to Cambridge Judge’s vision to promote equality, diversity and inclusion as a driving principle and to play our part in making our world more just, fair and equal. 

Our aspiration is to be a leader in gender, diversity and inclusion; with this ethos driving Business School strategy across research, teaching and engagement. 

Initial areas of focus

Thought and action leadership

Show we are a Business School for all, where every member can thrive.


Developing and embedding a culture of inclusivity and psychological safety. Raising the profile of EDI initiatives, enhancing the School’s understanding of these, and placing equality, diversity and inclusion at the heart of our activities and collective consciousness.

Student experience

Ensuring a student experience which supports and encourages all under-represented groups, promotes an inclusive culture, and values diversity. Students graduating from Cambridge Judge should be equipped as leaders that are diversity conscientious.

Research, pedagogy and teaching

Understanding what is being taught at Cambridge Judge concerning gender and diversity both directly and indirectly and supporting the further development of diversity-based research and teaching materials. Considering how students are taught including methodology and pedagogy to ensure inclusivity and appropriateness regardless of race, gender and neurodivergence.

Recruitment of staff and faculty

Attract and retain women and individuals from under-represented minority groups to work at Cambridge Judge.

Recruitment of students

Ensure that women, and individuals from under-represented minority groups are proactively recruited to study at Cambridge Judge.

The University of Cambridge

The Business School is a department of the University of Cambridge, committed in its pursuit of academic excellence to equality of opportunity and to a proactive and inclusive approach to equality, which supports and encourages all under-represented groups, promotes an inclusive culture, and values diversity.

Learn more about equality at the University

Faculty thought leadership

The Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre (WLC) mission is to be a hub for global thought leadership, making the necessary changes to foster a gender balanced workforce.

Visit the Wo+Men's Leadership Centre webpage

Watch faculty member, Dr Kamal Munir, speak about how racial inequality is reproduced in organisations and why it continues to escape scrutiny, and how we can create healthier, more egalitarian, organisations.

Watch the webinar

Dr Kamal Munir discusses How to build a racially diverse business, on BBC Radio 4 The Bottom Line

Listen to the podcast