The annual Financial Times global MBA rankings, published today (27 January), place Cambridge 16th, holding our position as the top ranked one-year programme in the UK for the second year running.
The Cambridge MBA also featured in the top ten business schools in the world in three key areas of the FT survey: it was ranked 10th for career progression, 8th for value for money and 7th for aims achieved.
Dean of the School, Christoph Loch, thanked everyone for their participation:
I want to sincerely thank the alumni who took the time to give their feedback in response to the survey, Professor Jochen Runde, who was MBA Director at the time, and his team.
This solid positioning in the global top 20 reflects the world-class programme we deliver at Cambridge Judge Business School. Rankings can be useful in giving us a chance to reflect on individual elements of our students’ experience and of the School more broadly in relation to our peers. However, they do not and should not drive our strategy, which is to offer our students a transformative educational experience and the tools to pursue their dreams. Along with providing elements that can be ranked – and ranked highly – our main goal is to offer a business education that equips people to understand the role of managerial actions in society and helps them shape their careers in the wider context of offering value to society.