What is included in the programme fee?
The programme fee covers tuition, materials, and meals during the day (light breakfast, lunch and two coffee breaks daily).
In several of the programmes of more than two-day duration, accommodation may be included. Please refer to the individual programme to confirm if accommodation is included.
What are your terms and conditions of booking for open programmes?
Please download our full Terms & Conditions for Self-funded Applicants (pdf, 233KB) (updated 31 January 2018) or Terms & Conditions for Organisation-funded Applicants (pdf, 250KB) (updated 31 January 2018), depending on your status; these detail our payment terms, cancellation, transfer policies and fees.
What is your cancellations policy for open programmes?
Please download our full Terms & Conditions for Self-funded Applicants (pdf, 233KB) (updated 31 January 2018) or Terms & Conditions for Organisation-funded Applicants (pdf, 250KB) (updated 31 January 2018) (depending on your status), which contain important information about cancellations and any fees payable.
What types of payment are accepted?
We accept the following methods of payment: cheque, wire transfer, credit card (Visa and Mastercard) and debit card (Switch, Maestro/Solo).
If paying by cheque, who should I make the cheque payable to?
Please make cheques payable to “JBS Executive Education Ltd”.
Which address should I send the cheque to?
Cambridge Judge Business School
University of Cambridge
Cambridge CB2 1AG
Can I wire international payments?
Yes – if you provide the wiring agency with your invoice number and obtain the bank transfer reference number this will facilitate the payment process. If accepted into the programme, your invoice will contain details on paying via wire transfer.
Are bursaries available?
Unfortunately most programmes do not provide bursaries. However, special pricing is available to companies sponsoring several participants through our Cambridge Executive Education Corporate Partner programme. Group discounts may be available for more than five attending. Contact us to find out more.
What is VAT, and can it be claimed back?
VAT is a UK government value added tax of 20% levied on services supplied in the UK. Visit the HM Revenue & Customs website to find out more
You may be able to reclaim Value Added Tax (VAT) paid on programme fees from HM Revenue & Customs if you have bought the goods or services to use in your business.
Download our “Obtaining VAT Refunds from Programme Fees” guide (pdf, 76KB) to find out more.