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Battle of the blues returns to Twickenham

A group of students from Cambridge Judge Business School will be playing for the University of Cambridge team at the Rugby Varsity Match at Twickenham Stadium tomorrow, Thursday 7 December. Six students from Cambridge Judge are on the men’s squad…

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Cambridge lessons for a French engineer working for the government

Jordan Cartier, an alumnus of MPhil in Technology Policy (2011) at Cambridge Judge Business School, shares his insights on working life as a senior civil servant in the French government, his career moves, and higher education in France and the…

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The Telegraph: Cambridge call in Paul Gustard as they aim to end Oxford’s winning Varsity run

Cambridge head into the 135th Varsity Match against Oxford at Twickenham on Thursday with a quiet confidence that belies their six-game losing streak in the fixture. Three Cambridge Judge students are on the team: Charlie Amesbury (MSt in Social Innovation),…

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Why energy technology is all about finding a balance

The impact of energy technology is at the heart of the climate change debate, and Dr David Reiner, Senior Lecturer in Technology Policy, says it's important to see both sides. "I have to see both sides of the argument," says…

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The Daily Pennsylvanian: Five Penn seniors win the Thouron Award and a free ride to a UK graduate school

The five Penn seniors who just won the Thouron Award have spent their undergraduate careers studying very different subjects, but now, all have found a path to graduate school in the United Kingdom. Engineering and Wharton senior Emily Zhang plans…

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Deccan Chronicle: ‘She-factor’ invades start-ups

Asha Jomis, an alumna of the MPhil in Technology Policy programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, founded the Women Business Incubation Programme (WBIP) in India. The programme helps women entrepreneurs in India to boost business. Read the full article [deccanchronicle.com]…

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Why making decisions on technology is about far more than just the hardware

Do we control technology, or does technology control us? That's a question that every business, government and individuals should be asking themselves on a regular basis - the temptation to "follow the trend" when it comes to making business decisions…

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There may be stubble ahead

Faced with decreasing sales and a fundamental shift in behaviour among your core audience, what steps would you take to make a change? We asked three people to put themselves in the shoes of Gillette, the men's haircare specialists, who…

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The Association of Business Schools: When rugby meets politics

As part of the year-to-go celebrations for the England and Wales 2013 Rugby League World Cup, Mark Ramsdale, a Cambridge Judge Business School MPhil alumnus and founder of MR Sport, which specialises in sports public affairs, organised a visit to…

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Downing Street welcomes the Rugby League World Cup in an visit organised by Cambridge Judge Business School alumnus

As part of the year-to-go celebrations for the England and Wales 2013 Rugby League World Cup, Mark Ramsdale, a Cambridge Judge Business School MPhil alumnus and founder of MR Sport, which specialises in sports public affairs, organised a visit to…

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