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Applications for the 2017/18 Barclays Scale Up UK Programme are now open. We are looking to recruit around 20 ambitious CEOs and founding teams with a commitment to achieving extraordinary results in each location, which include; Cambridge, London, Manchester and Edinburgh. There is a fee of £7,000 (excl. VAT) per company, which includes participation in six workshops across the year. 

The ideal entry criteria is listed below, although there is some flexibility. Please contact the programme team at barclaysscaleup@jbs.cam.ac.uk if you have any queries.

Ideal criteria

If your business fits the following criteria, this programme could be for you:

  • Existing Barclays client
  • Your business has scale-up potential (e.g. annual sales ranging from startup to £20m)
  • Your business has a positive cashflow and/or is backed by a venture capitalist or angel investor
  • Your business has a founding team with a proven track record and/or an entrepreneurial, ambitious, talented and broad-minded management team who are committed to growth

A series of workshops will take place from January to September. If you and your team are interested in participating, please complete the online application form.

Selection and interviews with companies will be done on a rolling basis. Following selection, a member of the Cambridge Judge Business School team will visit the companies to discuss and assess their needs.

Cancellation policy

All fees must be paid in full per the invoice payment terms. Our contract with you commences when we write to confirm that we have accepted you as a delegate on the Barclays Scale Up UK Programme and you complete and sign a questionnaire. The invoice must be paid in full prior to the start of the workshops. In case of cancellations after the first workshop, 50 per cent of the total fee can be refunded. There is no refund thereafter.

Apply now

Applications are now open for the Barclays Scale Up UK programme which has a variety of locations around the United Kingdom.