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Museums are authentic and have the trust of the public

Catching up with Kevin Sumption (Executive Education: ALP 2013) as he moves from the Australian National Maritime Museum to the Sydney Jewish Museum. We caught up with Kevin Sumption (an alumnus of the 2013 Advanced Leadership Programme, delivered by Cambridge…

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Three of the six holocaust survivors whose testimonies were recorded by the Sydney Jewish Museum as part of their Dimensions in Testimony project.

How music and accounting can work in perfect harmony

A Cambridge Judge alumnus has written a light-hearted song about his life-changing decision to switch from a career in music to accounting via the Management Studies Tripos (MST) programme at Cambridge Judge Business School. When you are being swept away…

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Musical soundwaves.

“Cambridge Judge really opens up your thinking”

We spoke to Gunnar Droescher (EMBA 2020), Vice-President Bombardier Programmes at Rolls-Royce in Berlin, about his experience during the EMBA at Cambridge Judge Business School and post-pandemic supply-chain issues. Gunnar Droescher started his Executive MBA at Cambridge Judge at the…

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Gunnar Droescher.

Consulting careers – making the switch with an MBA

From Bain, BCG, and McKinsey, we meet the Cambridge Judge alumni making the switch into consulting and propelling their careers forward with an MBA. Making the jump to BCG from a career in e-commerce Shashank Srivastava (MBA 2019) Shashank Srivastava…

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“Financial freedom should be part of any strategy that addresses inequality”

We caught up with Dr Namukale Chintu, an alumna of our PhD programme (2009). Namukale is founder of Frontier Market Consultants and a Non-Executive Director on the boards of Invesco Asset Management and Invesco UK. During her time at Cambridge…

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Namukale Chintu.

Five reasons to consider an MBA

From career change to new skills and better pay and rewards, as well as doing good for society - where are your career ambitions as we step into a new year? We meet a few Cambridge MBA graduates and hear…

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Group of MBA students walking through Cambridge.

How we can lower healthcare costs

Two-step approach needed to lower healthcare costs, says Vanessa Dekou, a Cambridge MBA alumna (MBA 2002) and Managing Director of Clinical Services International, in the Careers Takeoff Series of webinars at Cambridge Judge Business School. Dr Vanessa Dekou Lowering healthcare…

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Tech career aspirations? What does the tidal wave of tech redundancies mean for careers in the field?

Tech giants are feeling the squeeze with a tidal wave of redundancies across the sector, but what does this mean for careers in the field? We spoke to two careers experts to find out why the sector is still worth…

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Group of male MBA students in suits talking.

LinkedIn: Big Ideas 2023 – 20 bold predictions for the year ahead

Janet Mui, an alumna of Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2010), is featured in an article listing 20 big ideas for the year 2023. "Here in the UK, a recession is deemed unavoidable by the Bank of England and the…

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Celebrating high potential female-owned businesses

Three women whose ventures have joined the Cambridge Social Ventures programme at Cambridge Judge Business School are named to ‘100 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch’ list by NatWest and The Telegraph.  Three women whose ventures have participated in the Cambridge Social…

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100 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch.