Cambridge Judge Business School alumni?
You are now part of a global network of over 9,500 alumni and your CJBS experience doesn’t end when you finish your studies. As an alumnus/alumna, you are entitled to use all of our printed collections during staffed hours. You also have remote access to alumni versions of JSTOR, New York Times and Henry Stewart Talks amongst other sources through the University’s Alumni team.
So how do you take advantage of this excellent offer?
Access to a range of journals and online resources is managed by the University’s Development and Alumni Relations office. Available resources include access to:
- Henry Stewart Talks
- New York Times (through ProQuest)
- OECD iLibrary
Male sure your contact details are kept up to date to be able to make use of these offers.
Access to printed collections
Alumni are welcome to visit the Information Centre* to make use of our printed collection of books and business journals, and to find a quiet place to think. Please introduce yourself at the main Information Centre desk and we’ll be happy to welcome you back to the School.
*Due to restrictions imposed by COVID the Information Centre is currently closed and access to the physical collections is not possible at this time. We hope to be able to restore access as soon as we are safely able to do so.
But there’s more…
The CJBS Alumni Relations Team give you even more including access to the CJBS Network, your exclusive portal for staying connected to the School. There are over 30 worldwide Alumni Groups and events taking place across the world for you to meet fellow alumni so even if you can’t make it back to Cambridge, you can still stay connected.
Find out more about CJBS alumni
As a University of Cambridge alumnus/alumna, you can also get lots of other perks including free access to the University Library, discounts in shops, hotels and restaurants with your CAMCard, and reduced membership fees at the University Sports Centre.
Find out more about the alumni benefits
Contact us to book a one-to-one consultation, or for help with anything else:
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 339599