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How do you fund a business masters at Cambridge Judge?

You're sold on the idea of applying to business school, but how do you pay the fees, and cover living expenses for a full-time degree? Here we give seven tips on funding options for the Cambridge Judge Masters programmes, and…

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Sustainability focus

The Cambridge Zero Climate Change Festival features experts including Kamiar Mohaddes and Khal Soufani of Cambridge Judge Business School. The Cambridge Zero Climate Change Festival, 6-13 November, features presentations from experts throughout the University of Cambridge community including Dr Kamiar…

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City AM: Gousto becomes latest UK tech ‘unicorn’ after lockdown surge

Gousto, the food company founded by Executive MBA alumnus Timo Boldt ( EMBA 2014), has raised £25m in a new funding round. The new investment means the company is now valued at $1bn and is the UK’s latest tech “unicorn”.…

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BBC News: Raspberry Pi 400: A computer for the coronavirus age?

The 2020 Raspberry Pi computer Pi 400 might help to tackle the challenge of getting cheap computing to schoolchildren during coronavirus pandemic, according to BBC. Eben Upton, Founder of Raspberry Pi and alumnus of the Executive MBA programme at Cambridge…

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Executive MBA ranked 31st by FT

Cambridge Judge Business School's Executive MBA (EMBA) degree programme for senior working professionals was today (26 October) ranked 31st in the Financial Times (FT) ranking of global EMBA programmes. Among areas of the latest FT survey, Cambridge Judge was ranked…

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Cristina Savian is driving digital transformation in the built environment

Executive MBA (EMBA) alumna Cristina Savian's consultancy focuses on innovation and technology, bringing to market the most promising innovation in the construction industry. International consulting firm BE-WISE, with offices in London and Melbourne, is supporting organisations, from start-ups to large-scale…

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Financial Times: Crisis management courses prepare EMBA students for the worst

Daniel Ralph, Professor of Operations Research at Cambridge Judge Business School comments on contingency planning. Professor Ralph teaches Cambridge Executive MBA participants about decision making in uncertain situations and what consequences that might bring. “It sounds elementary, but if you…

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Cambridge Network: Study examines cultural fit in big pharma integration

Piyush Durani, an Executive MBA graduate of Cambridge Judge (EMBA 2018), measures cultural fit in the $74 billion merger of Bristol-Myers Squibb and Celgene. “As I progressed through my EMBA programme in 2018-2019, the BMS acquisition of Celgene was announced…

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Big pharma

Piyush Durani, an Executive MBA graduate of Cambridge Judge (EMBA 2018), measures cultural fit in the $74 billion merger of Bristol-Myers Squibb and Celgene. Piyush Durani The well-known business expression "culture eats strategy for breakfast" is particularly apt for mergers…

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Venturing Forth: Visionogy

Helping companies tell a big story in short bursts. When it comes to video advertising in the age of distraction and constant scrolling, brevity is a tactic that companies and agencies often use to cut through the noise. But presenting…

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