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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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Upcoming events

27 September 2017

How to Deploy Psychometrics Successfully in an Organisation

Join Dr David Stillwell, Deputy Director of the Psychometrics Centre, as he provides an overview of what makes a good psychometric test, and how to deploy them most effectively in an organisation.

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Insight

‘Last mile’ fingerprints

Simprints, awarded $2.45 million in new grant money, targets the developing world with fingerprinting technology to help deliver healthcare to 1.1 billion …

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Does ‘overcompensation’ foster customer loyalty?

Consumers expect a refund for malfunctioning products, but there’s a customer backlash if retailers seek to retain loyalty through ‘overcompensation’ that exceeds …

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The insurreality of war

Writing a book is said to be cathartic. Professor Mark de Rond of Cambridge Judge Business School begs to differ, as he …

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A framework for drug development

‘Science is not enough’ for ensuring commercial success of new drugs, so a new journal article co-authored by Dr Nektarios (Aris) Oraiopoulos …

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Latest news

‘Big difference’ ventures

Eight ventures with Cambridge Judge connections were honoured in the first Cambridge Independent Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards. Eight ventures with connection …

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Central banks are trialling blockchain

Central banks and other public sector institutions are actively involved in distributed ledger technology experiments and trials, finds the first Global Blockchain …

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Cultivating growth

Online alternative finance in the Asia-Pacific region grew 136 per cent last year to $245.3 billion, says the second Asia Pacific Alternative …

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Driving growth in the UK space sector

The Satellite Applications Catapult names first two sponsorship recipients for the SME Growth Challenge at Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre. The Satellite Applications …

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Simon Taylor and Elroy Dimson win Research Impact Awards

Dr Simon Taylor and Professor Elroy Dimson of Cambridge Judge are honoured with the School’s 2017 Sandra Dawson Research Impact Award. Dr …

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Blogs

New ways to collaborate and coordinate humanitarian actions are needed so that refugees, host communities, and other stakeholders are empowered to create and spread innovative solutions. These efforts should consider the entire refugee pathway, not only emergency and arrival assistance.
Jennie Corbett, Corinna Frey, Sonja Marjanovic (posted on 27 June 2017)
The reason why trade works is specialisation. If everybody had to feed, clothe and heat themselves then they would have no time to get particularly good at any one thing. Even quite simple societies involve specialisation (farmers, blacksmiths, doctors, priests, soldiers) in which overall productivity is higher because people do one or two things well and trade with others for the rest of their needs.
Dr Simon Taylor, Senior Faculty in Management Practice - Finance (posted on 31 March 2017)
I’m sat in San Francisco International Airport wondering what just happened … I think my world has just been turned upside down. We’ve just spent a week together on the International Business Study Trip: My brain is full of learning and self-reflection. My bags are now full of a new bunch of friends. My heart is burning with a desire to change the world.
Tom Martin, Executive MBA participant (posted on 28 March 2017)

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

Quartz: One in five central banks say they will be using blockchain tech by 2019

Central banks are pretty bullish on blockchain technology, says a new study from the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance at Cambridge Judge. …

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Cambridge Independent: Winners of the Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards

A handful of ventures associated with Cambridge Judge Business School won honours at the Entrepreneurial Science and Technology Awards of the Cambridge …

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Crowdfund Insider: Asia-Pacific alternative finance rises to a quarter trillion dollars in 2016 led by China

The Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) found that the Asia-Pacific online alternative finance market grew 136 per cent last year to …

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Cambridge Network: Cambridge Festival of Ideas: India uncovered

This year’s Cambridge Festival of Ideas, which runs 16-29 October, will feature India in many events as the country celebrates 70 years …

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Business Insider: The habit that creates a culture of distrust at work

Copying your boss into an email to your colleague could backfire, says a study by David De Cremer, KPMG Professor in Management …

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Cambridge Independent: Cambridge startup pitches to judges to win share of £1.5m prize

Simprints pitched their idea to judges in the finals of The Creators Awards in London aiming to win a share of $1.5 …

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Business Weekly: Cambridge to coach financial change agents

Cambridge Judge Business School has launched a new part-time Master of Accounting degree (Cambridge MAcc) to develop global thought leaders in financial …

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Cambridge News: European backing for Cambridge startup

Linguisticator, a startup that introduced online language and memory courses, inspired by medieval memory techniques, has been awarded £30,000 funding by the …

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