Toni Thorne, a current MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about the biggest myth about the Business School.
“Myth: More than being the “Harry Potter for adults,” some perceive Cambridge as a place reserved solely for those who enjoy a life of wealth and prestige.”
“Reality: It couldn’t be further from the truth that Cambridge students come from great privilege who have neither experienced any form of struggle nor had to strive for anything other than good grades. Everyone in my school has overcome a mountain of some sort. This overcoming has made each person brilliant and positively developed the characters of very well-intentioned people.” (subs)
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