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Dhruv Sarda.

Dhruv Sarda, an MBA graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2003), has been named a top 25 mergers and acquisition consultant by The Consulting Report publication.

MBA student smiling outside.

As the new admissions cycle for entry in September 2025 opens in July, it pays to prepare ahead as much as possible and the GMAT or GRE tests are one way to start framing your MBA journey and working through the steps to reach your goal and succeed.

Toyosi Oni.

Oluwatoyosi (Toyosi) Oni wins the Edie Hunt Inspiration Award from partner organisation Forté Foundation for helping women advance into business leadership posts.

MBA graduates 2024.

We caught up with some of our most recent graduates on their Graduation Day, as they reflect on how their MBA degree has helped them in their career, as well as their personal growth.

Poets & Quants Best and Brightest MBAs list.

Business education publication Poets & Quants names Cambridge MBA students Hugo Mkhize and Juliet Powell to its Best and Brightest MBAs list of remarkable young people for 2024.

MBA Chile team.

From Porsche Consulting and Amazon to IBM and Coca Cola, we look at the global brands supporting our students to gain experience during their MBA.

MBA student smiling.

An MBA is a significant commitment of time and your resources, alongside the fees for any MBA programme, there are also expenses associated with an MBA, from general living expenses to visa costs and travel and accommodation costs. Here we share some tips and insights to support your learning journey and help make financing your studies that little bit easier.

Cambridge Africa Business Network.

The 18 May conference focused this year on forging global alliances for sustainable growth marks the return of the conference to Cambridge Judge Business School for the first time since 2019.

We meet alumni from the MBA and Master of Finance (MFin) programmes and ask them how choosing the very popular elective, New Venture Finance, run by Robert Wardrop, Management Practice Professor of Finance, has helped them develop and grow their career in finance and the fintech sector.

Aarohi Dala.

We spoke to Cambridge Judge alumna Aarohi Dalal (MBA 2022), now Regulatory and Analytics Manager at VARO Energy, to find out how the MBA helped her switch industries, sectors and countries – and we hear her top tips for those interested in a career in sustainability.

Cambridge MBA students talking.

As we publish the Cambridge MBA employment report 2024, we explore the career outcomes for some of our most recent graduates.

MBA students walking inside Cambridge Judge.

The recently released Cambridge MBA Employment Report 2024 celebrates how our graduates can adapt to change and pivot in a challenging employment landscape, seeking new sectors and new roles, in new countries, taking their MBA skills across the globe and driving their career forward.

Business-school students should quiz prospective employers on how their policies advance sustainability goals.

Business school students should quiz prospective employers on how their policies advance sustainability goals, Professor Jennifer Howard-Grenville of Cambridge Judge writes in the Financial Times.

The Climate Legacy Commitment is a landmark initiative for leading MBA candidates, signifying a decisive shift in corporate leadership towards proactive climate accountability.

Climate Legacy Commitment, launched by 2 Cambridge MBA candidates at Cambridge Judge, mobilises leading business school students to pledge meaningful action on the climate challenge.

Toni and Maxine.

We bring together two MBA alumnae to share insights on careers, their learning journey, empowerment in the workplace, diversity, being Black in Cambridge and so much more.

MBA student smiling.

We speak to 3 of our MBA graduates about mentoring in business and how women, and men, can support each other in their careers and personal development.

2 smiling MBA female students.

From fintech to digital consulting, from the family firm to a career in the social impact sector, we meet some of our most recent female Cambridge MBA graduates who are looking to make an impact in their careers and inspire inclusion.

Kate Scott-Dawkins (MBA 2011) talks about an unexpected turn in her own career trajectory and the importance of role models for encouraging young girls to aim for a career in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

MBA students smiling outside.

Sometimes driving us on, sometimes overpowering us, stress is our most faithful companion throughout our careers. So how can we turn it to our advantage? External Faculty and Success and Wellbeing Coach, Dr Helena Kim, has been working with Cambridge MBAs and the Cambridge Judge Business School Careers Team, and here offers some myth busting tips on how we can better manage the many points of stress, in our careers, as well as our personal lives.

Robert Wardrop.

Professor Robert Wardrop talks about why his elective ‘New Venture Finance’ is the most popular choice on the MBA programme and why when he co-founded the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF) in 2015, it was the first of its kind in the world.

MBA student smiling.

Explore the journeys of 3 graduates who ventured outside the USA and Canada to study for their MBA in the UK, embracing new experiences and expanding their global network.

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