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The Cambridge MBA

A unique and transformative experience, in just 12 months.

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Master of Finance (MFin)

Academically rigorous and commercially relevant, our post-experience degree will sharpen your perspective and broaden your knowledge.

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Executive MBA

A 20-month degree programme for senior executives, attended by people from around the world. Participants can continue working while earning a Cambridge degree.

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Executive Education Open Programmes

Our Open Programmes are designed for mid to senior level executives around the world seeking new perspectives and insights on key management issues.

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Executive Education Custom Programmes

Our custom programmes not only help develop individual and organisational capabilities, they transform the way you think.

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Research programmes

Our PhD programme educates the academic leaders of tomorrow. It attracts individuals of the highest intellectual calibre with a desire to leave a mark on the world as academics in a business school, applying the rigour of academic debate to the world’s most pressing problems.

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Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship

A 12 month, part-time programme that transforms the entrepreneurial aspirations of ambitious individuals into real action and new enterprises.

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Programmes for members of the University of Cambridge

Upcoming events

22 February 2016, Cambridge

Pitch@Palace Biotech Boot Camp

An excellent opportunity for biotech entrepreneurs and founders to hear from industry experts and receive mentoring, this boot camp is part of Pitch@Palace, founded by HRH The Duke of York in 2014 to provide a platform for entrepreneurs to support the amplification and acceleration of their activities.

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Insight

Why doing the right thing can pay dividends

Sophi Tranchell’s leadership of Divine Chocolate is a sweet victory for integrity, inspiration and belief. Always be plausible and believe in what …

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Why there could be cash in your trash

In the late 19th century, a German chemist named Justus von Liebig discovered that yeast could be concentrated. That discovery led to …

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A world in flux

Dame Sandra Dawson, Professor Emeritus of Management Studies at the University of Cambridge Law and lawyers are on the move. From nomadic …

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Don’t trust your bank? Don’t sweat it. Because in 2016 the things that matter are competence, diligence and accuracy.

Alex Oliver is a philosopher. He works on logic, metaphysics and the philosophy of mathematics. His pastimes include cryptic crosswords and reggae …

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Latest news

$1 million grant secured for the study of alternative finance

CME Group Foundation grants $1 million to support the study of alternative finance by Cambridge Judge Business School. The University’s Cambridge Centre …

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e-Luminate festival returns to Cambridge Judge from 12-17 February

Cambridge Judge Business School’s historic building will light up as part of the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival again this year. The annual festival, …

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Hiking (of interest rates) can damage your wealth

Historical analysis of 21 countries over the past 116 years shows real equity and bond returns higher after interest rate cut than …

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Diversify and conquer

Legal clients value law firms that straddle different areas of the law, finds study co-authored by Dr Lionel Paolella of Cambridge Judge …

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Blogs

A deal on limiting climate change, described by the French Foreign Minister as ‘the most ambitious and balanced possible‘ will be agreed today in Paris. It revolves around voluntary pledges made by over 180 countries to cut their greenhouse gas emissions. These pledges alone, if redeemed, would leave the world facing a likely temperature rise of three degrees C or more.
Dr Chris Hope, Reader in Policy Modelling (posted on 12 December 2015)
Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is abundantly endowed with natural resources, whose value has increased in recent decades. But this has not led to increased benefits for the majority of the people. A recent IMF working paper sheds more light on the challenge of making Africa’s wealth work for most Africans.
Dr Simon Taylor, University Lecturer in Finance (posted on 19 May 2015)
Attracting bright minds from anywhere in a global competition for talent is an issue for many companies, and especially for us as a university.
Professor Christoph Loch, Director (posted on 6 May 2015)
The clone domination strategy is binary, simple, scalable, and sustainable; restrict promotion to anyone not made of green Play-Doh. This clone proliferation cycle ensures the tide of bureaucratic inertia continues, status quo dominates, and the stress of change is non-existent – a true clone nirvana.
Colonel Bill DeMarco, Centre for Social Innovation (posted on 3 March 2015)

The opinions expressed are those of the authors and are not necessarily representative of the views of CJBS, the University of Cambridge, or any other party.

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Media coverage

BBC Look East: News

Stelios Kavadias, Margaret Thatcher Professor of Enterprise Studies in Innovation & Growth and Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business …

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Cambridge TV: Awestruck effect

Research shows that charismatic leaders may cause followers to suppress emotions and this can harm companies. Dr Jochen Menges, University Lecturer in …

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Cambridge News: Cambridge firm turns food waste into biofuel, with a little help from some flies

Entomics (known as Entomos before), a start-up supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, is working on converting …

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Arts and Collections International: Art investment: Risk and reward

Wine outperformed art, stamps and bonds throughout the 20th century, says a study co-authored by Professor Elroy Dimson, Chairman of the Newton …

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The Naked Scientists: Science interviews: Supermarket sweep

Felicity Bedford investigates what strategies supermarkets are using in order to predict what customers might buy. Dr Eric Levy, University Lecturer in …

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Earnings manipulation unmasked

If a company “beats” analyst expectations for a series of consecutive reporting periods, some sceptics might wonder if the numbers are simply …

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Venture capital investment doesn’t lead to more patents

Venture capital investment does not boost patents by technology firms, finds a study co-authored by Dr Andrea Mina, University Lecturer in Economics …

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Cambridge Business Magazine: Commodities in Africa

Three students who completed the Executive MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School have started a commodities trading house that focuses on …

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