Annwen Gray, Head of MBA admissions and recruitment at Cambridge Judge Business School speaks about investing in an MBA.
“Ultimately, an MBA is an investment in a person’s future, a commitment to seeking new opportunities; often, taking time out of the job market and striving for fresh directions can be daunting. But if you look at our employment data the facts are clear: graduates make the return they aimed to,” Annwen says.
“An MBA can be pivotal in seeking career change, but also gives students the broad knowledge, practical experiences and networks to give them confidence to seek more senior roles,” she adds.
Cambridge Judge Business School enrolled 47 percent women in its MBA last year. It supports women to consider and apply for several Forté Fellowship Awards and other scholarships that offset the cost of tuition, which can be substantial at the top schools, the article says.
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