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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

A wide range of open enrolment and customised programmes designed for organisations, business professionals, managers, leaders and executives who strive for professional and personal growth.

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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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Masters & Diploma in Entrepreneurship

Become a more effective entrepreneur and gain a Masters or Diploma awarded by the University of Cambridge.

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MSt in Social Innovation

A part-time programme designed for practitioners for the business, public and social sectors who wish to lead innovative solutions to pressing social issues.

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Programmes for members of the University of Cambridge

 

Insight

Employee burnout risk

Many highly engaged employees are also exhausted and ready to leave their organisations, finds study of 1,085 US workers co-authored by Dr …

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The company you keep

‘We’re sponsoring what?’ Corporate sponsorship affects how employees view their firm and self, and the results can be surprising, finds new study …

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Business and arts

Jeremy Newton, CEO of the education charity Children & the Arts and a Cambridge Judge Fellow who leads the Culture, Arts & …

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Education catapult

Professor Mark Esposito, a Fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School, argues that new technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence could play …

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Latest news

Lessons in class and on the pitch

University of Cambridge Judge Business School summer programme for Chinese teenagers, in partnership with Cambridge United Football Club, returns this year for …

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Grant for vaccine cooling system

Ideabatic, whose founder was a student on the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship programme at Cambridge Judge, wins a grant of up to …

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Hydrogen ingenuity

Cambridge MBA team wins Sustainability Award at the SCG Bangkok Business Challenge in Thailand. Two students on the Cambridge MBA programme at …

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Peptide therapeutics progress

Journal article on peptides co-authored by the co-founder of Accelerate Cambridge healthcare venture wins MedImmune 2017 Global Excellence Award for best publication. …

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Outstanding contribution to teaching

Dr Allègre Hadida of Cambridge Judge Business School honoured as a winner of the 2018 Pilkington Prize for excellence in teaching at …

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Blogs

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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Four EMBA students, one Team Consulting Project. Stephen Lile, Nada Chahadi, Cristina Savian and Enzo Lamberti (all EMBA 2016) worked together to develop eyeWit, a “Netlfix-style” streaming news platform. In this first post, Stephen introduces the platform’s concept, and the importance of their trip to the American University of Beirut.
Stephen Lile, EMBA participant, 2016 class
As users continue to demand faster performance from computers, chip designers have baked in a serious design flaw that exposes a computer’s internal memory to hackers via two major security exploits, code named Meltdown and Spectre. These exploits allow an adversary to access kernel-level memory without proper security checks, potentially gaining access to passwords and other sensitive information cached in memory.
Jennifer Copic, Centre for Risk Studies (posted on 10 January 2018)
For his EMBA Individual Project, retail banker Tom Martin (EMBA 2016) is asking how banks can better support entrepreneurs. His journey on this quest has taken him further than he could have imagined.
Tom Martin, Executive MBA participant (posted on 9 January 2018)

Media coverage

Science Magazine: UK moms are turning parenting into an experiment

Dr Natalie Shenker, co-founder of the Hearts Milk Bank social venture, is featured in the article. Hearts Milk Bank, which aims to …

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You Talk Insurance: Pool Re plans to increase risk mitigation service

Reinsurer Pool Re is looking at how to help policyholders mitigate risks before they have occurred. The company announced last year that …

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The Economist: Insider trading has been rife on Wall Street, academics conclude

A study co-authored by Alan Jagolinzer, Professor of Financial Accounting at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in The Economist. The study, …

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Business Weekly: Woman entrepreneur honour spurs progress for MS pioneer Metcalfe

Dr Su Metcalfe, founder of the LifNano venture, talks about how winning the Business Weekly Woman Entrepreneur of the Year award in …

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Cambridge Independent: BeeBee Wraps joins fightback against plastic

Cambridge-based venture BeeBee Wraps is producing biodegradable food wraps as an eco-friendly alternative to plastic. Founder Kath Austin is currently on the …

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The Guardian: Meet the Mentors with Cobra beer’s founder

Lord Karan Bilimoria, Chairman of the Advisory Board at Cambridge Judge Business School and founder of Cobra Beer, met with Zipabout founders …

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Finextra: One-third of central banks plan to invest in new markets and asset classes

Seeking better returns in a low-yield environment, central banks are undertaking a “gradual but definite expansion” of investment and trading activity beyond …

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Incentive and motivation: Beware of disincentives

The “ratcheting” up of bonus goals can make workforces less motivated, so managers need a clear system of communicating changes to incentives, …

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