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Widening participation – the new Cambridge MBA scholarships

As applications open for entry in September 2022, we launch a new suite of MBA and CJBS scholarships that support our goal to recruit a diverse cohort each year and make the Cambridge MBA possible for as many as possible.…

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Poets & Quants: At Cambridge, three Deans tackle burning questions

Past, present and future Deans of Cambridge Judge Business School address business education and grand societal challenges at the Cambridge Union. The event on 2 July organised for the MBA cohort brought together Professor Dame Sandra Dawson, KPMG Professor Emeritus…

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Varying reaction

The response to COVID-19 (coronavirus) differed between East and West, says Professor Zhang Wenhong in an article in the Cambridge Judge Business School's China Report. Divergent responses to the COVID-19 pandemic around the world have in part reflected cultural differences…

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Three deans

Past, present and future Deans of Cambridge Judge Business School address business education and grand societal challenges at the Cambridge Union. Business schools can play a key role in addressing some of the grand challenges of our time including climate…

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Socially distanced audience clapping the hosts of the Three Deans event held at the Cambridge Union.

Very unwise

Ending all COVID-19 restrictions is a reckless decision by the UK government at this critical time, says Professor Christoph Loch. By Christoph Loch The track record of decisions of the UK government in the COVID-19 context has resulted in the…

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Circular but costly

Circular supply chains are more sustainable, but they will be rare unless consumers compromise on cost, says a new Harvard Business Review article by Christoph Loch and Khaled Soufani of Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Christoph Loch There are very…

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China’s capital markets

The evolution of China's capital markets is traced by Wang Boming as part of The China Report of the China Advisory Council of Cambridge Judge Business School. While China's modern capital markets are only 30 years old, the "genes of…

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Cambridge MFin programme ranked second globally by Financial Times

The Cambridge Master of Finance (MFin) degree programme at Cambridge Judge Business School was today ranked second in the Financial Times (FT) ranking of post-experience master of finance programmes worldwide. Pedro Saffi The ranking (Financial Times, 21 June 2021) means…

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Cambridge Master of Finance class of 2017.

Harvard Business Review: Circular supply chains are more sustainable. Why are they so rare?

An article on circular supply chains co-authored by Dr Khaled Soufani and Professor Christoph Loch published in the Harvard Business Review. “The bottom line, at least for the foreseeable future, is that making cyclical supply chains widespread will require that…

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The climate emergency

"We are damaging our futures unless we step in with a comprehensive strategy to manage the climate change challenge," Professor Sir David King told an Enterprise Tuesday event at Cambridge Judge Business School. Sir David King The accelerating global impact…

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