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MBA students win top global sustainability award

Two current Cambridge MBA students at Cambridge Judge Business School, John Ambler and William Maxted, win the 2022 Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge. William Maxted (MBA 2021) Two current Cambridge MBA students at Cambridge Judge Business School won a prestigious…

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MBA graduates win top global sustainability award.

Scholarships for green initiatives

Banco Santander and Cambridge Judge Business School offer 1,000 scholarships for sustainability and climate change studies. Banco Santander and Cambridge Judge Business School announced that they are offering 1,000 scholarships for an online programme aimed at people who would like…

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1000 scholarships for green initiatives.

Market Screener: Banco Santander and Cambridge Judge Business School offer 1,000 scholarships for sustainability and climate change studies

Cambridge Judge Business School, in partnership with Banco Santander, is offering 1,000 scholarships aimed at people who would like to play an active role in green initiatives in their working environment, regardless of sector, or who wish to reorient their…

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Jobs in consulting, sustainability, healthcare and finance – career growth for our most recent graduates

As we publish the Cambridge MBA 2022 Employment Report, we explore the career outcomes for some of our most recent MBA graduates. A passion for healthcare Shane Xiahou (MBA 2020), from China, started his career at Dell Technologies in the…

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SupChina: On the “greening” of China, the plant-based sector, and media activism: eco-activist Sonalie Figueiras of Green Queen

Chris Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks to serial social entrepreneur and eco-activist Sonalie Figueiras. Sonalie is a native of Hong Kong who has started a number of companies in the region, including Green…

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New ways of philanthropic giving: blended finance and the SDGs

by Dr Juvaria Jafri, Research Associate, and Di Kennedy, Centre Manager, at the Centre for Strategic Philanthropy Blended finance is an approach to global development co-operation that recognises that private capital has a pivotal role to play in meeting the…

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Cambridge Independent: Sinyi role at Cambridge Judge Business School for Chris Marquis

The new Sinyi professor of Chinese management, Chris Marquis, is now in situ at Cambridge Judge Business School where he is unpacking his focus on creating a more resilient and sustainable capitalism for a European perspective. “The school has one…

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Stepping up for the climate

Business schools must do more to address climate change, says Harvard Business Review article by representatives of eight European business schools including Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville of Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville Business schools must step up efforts to…

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A family observes the icebergs melting at the Jokulsarlon Lagoon in Iceland.

Harvard Business Review: Business schools must do more to address the climate crisis

Dr Jennifer Howard-Grenville, Diageo Professor in Organisation Studies at Cambridge Judge Business School, co-authored an article discussing how business schools have much to contribute to the fight against climate change.  A group of eight business schools has come together to find…

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Reuters: Hope for achieving the SDGs lies in a new generation about to take over the boardroom

Arlo Brady, CEO of Freuds and PhD alumnus of Cambridge Judge Business School (PhD 2000), writes about the concept of ethical corporation and how it has changed over the years. “In the early 2000s, the focus was on the business…

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