The reputation of Cambridge Judge Business School has grown rapidly since it was founded in 1990, and today it is internationally celebrated as a centre of rigorous thinking and provider of stimulating management education. The business school is a place where people from many disciplines, industries and countries meet and exchange ideas.
Its position within the world-renowned University of Cambridge creates an inspiring and focused learning environment. The unique setting of the 31 colleges in the historic city allows for a wider programme of visits and events that complement programme themes, and provides a counterpoint for its more academic aspects: punting on the River Cam, the Pepys Library at Magdalene, the Darwin Collection, the Churchill Archives, the Wren Library at Trinity, a variety of science museums plus a wealth of public talks and arts activities.
Cambridge Judge also benefits from being located within a strong and diverse business community. The Cambridge Cluster - also known as Silicon Fen - is now one of the most successful technology clusters in the world.
Many of these businesses have connections to the University of Cambridge. To date, innovators based at the University and in the wider local community have developed over 1,600 firms employing more than 30,000 people. Collaboration between the University and the private sector continues to influence the growth and prosperity of what is known as the 'Cambridge Phenomenon'.
Cambridge Judge Business School leverages the power of academia for real world impact to transform individuals, organisations and society.