The Executive MBA commissioned a paper into a gender analysis of an MBA education:
Executive Education at Cambridge Judge Business School run a programme especially intended for female participants. this bespoke Women in Law Leadership Programme brings together key aspects of the already successful 'Law Firm Partner as Leader' programme with sessions aimed specifically at the unique challenges faced by female leaders today.
The programme has been specifically designed for those female law firm partners who recognise that in order to thrive in the law firm environment, they, as individuals, need to be equipped with the insights, skills and techniques which will help them meet the demands of today's partner role and make them not just more effective leaders at firm and practice level, but also more effective role models.
The Entrepreneurship Centre
Research conducted in collaboration with the Faculty of Education showed that mainstream entrepreneurship education consistently fails female participants who are almost always under-represented in the training programmes. This is significantly more evident in programmes targeted at science, engineering and technology students. The research also indicated that programmes designed and delivered specifically for women in these target groups could be extremely effective.
EnterpriseWISE is a tailored entrepreneurship programme which is managed and delivered by the Entrepreneurship Centre for PhD and early career women who are working in science, engineering and technology with the express purpose of developing skills, knowledge and confidence.
The Cambridge MBA is a rigorous full-time 12-month management programme for professionals looking to make powerful career transitions. The course is taught through a combination of workshops, seminars, lectures, discussion groups, and team and individual projects.
Each year the programme attracts candidates from across the world, as well as drawn from a diverse range of industries. We are committed to ultimately achieving a 50-50 gender balance in our cohort. There are a range of scholarships available for females applying to the programme.
Master of Studies in Social Innovation
Cambridge Judge Business School, in conjunction with the 30% Club, a business-led group championing gender balance, will sponsor two scholarships for women students entering the new Master in Studies in Social Innovation programme at Cambridge Judge.