Programme: MPhil Management 2020
This diversity not only sparks stimulating discussions but also made team projects particularly insightful and enjoyable. I left Cambridge with a network reaching further around the globe than I could have expected.
“The programme has truly been an intellectually stimulating and rewarding experience. I was really impressed with how well the course modules are woven together, offering a comprehensive overview of business and management theories. It is very clear that the programme was carefully designed, from foundation to consolidation to implementation, as each module’s weekly content supported and complemented one another, helping to bring to life the conceptual issues covered. This programme’s breadth and depth has not only helped me develop a solid understanding of various aspects of business, but also provided a fresh perspective by which to view the business world. The lecturers are not only experts in their fields, but are truly passionate about the topics that they cover, which makes such a difference. I was especially impressed with the range of high-profile guest speakers, each offering insights into a myriad of business areas.
“What made the programme so special was not only the highly co-ordinated content, but also the diversity of its students. I was surrounded by a global class of ambitious and bright students from a variety of academic and cultural backgrounds. This diversity not only sparks stimulating discussions but also made team projects particularly insightful and enjoyable. I left Cambridge with a network reaching further around the globe than I could have expected.
“While Cambridge Judge Business School is challenging, there is a good level of support that helps guide you through the programme. The Management Consulting Project is an invaluable experience as it offered me the chance to consolidate my team working and project management skills while simultaneously gaining client exposure with a high-profile company at an early stage in my career. It was so rewarding to be able to implement everything learnt throughout the programme and actually put the theories studied into practice with a hands-on project tackling real business problems.
“Overall, I found my year at Cambridge Judge to be a great investment that I would not hesitate to recommend given the personal and professional development that I gained during this time.”
At 14, Tara was awarded a scholarship to attend boarding school in Cambridgeshire, where she completed her high school studies. She then went on to study at University College London (UCL), with a year abroad in Spain and Italy, before graduating with First-Class Honours. Tara embarked on the MPhil in Management Programme in order to deepen her business acumen, graduating with a Letter of Commendation. Her interests include rowing, cycling, volunteering and languages (She is fluent in English, Italian, Spanish, Mandarin and Cantonese). Following her master’s at Cambridge, she is joining an investment consulting team at a global company, where she will pursue her CFA qualification.