“I am Bryan Kio, an alumni and in the class of 2020/21. It was the year of the COVID-19 pandemic, but I took the chance and travelled a total of 14 hours from Singapore to Cambridge to be part of the cohort, and I never regretted that decision. Despite some minor disruptions and some classes moving online, I was truly engaged throughout my time there and made many friends all over the world. The interdisciplinary nature of the programme not only provides us with the breadth, it allows us to actively participate and engage with the professors and peers which provides the depth.
“The assignments also complemented our learning through engaging essay topics stemming from our interest to the subject matter, while the quick personalised feedback from the marked assignments provided us with improvement opportunities for the next task on hand.
“I would also like to emphasise that the friends and peers alike across the world, allow a diversity of thought and perspectives to be shared fruitfully, and this enhanced the level of engagement during my time. Being part of a diverse cohort, we have many opportunities to work together, and one of these is the Final Group Project and I worked with my friends from three different nationalities on an ESG project with Rolls-Royce. Overall, the experience in the MPhil in Technology Policy at Cambridge Judge Business School, was a memorable, engaging and rich experience.”