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Women

Cambridge Judge Business School is developing the next generation of women leaders.

We do this by attracting a diverse and able community to CJBS, through our innovative educational programmes, but also by conducting cutting edge research into the cultures, institutions and organisations that will enable more women to become successful leaders. 

The Cambridge MBA is a one-year, full -time programme, focused on experiential learning. Each MBA class comprises around 200 experienced professionals from a broad range of cultural and professional backgrounds.

With a Cambridge MBA, women can...

  • gain the business education required to excel in a wide range of careers
  • join a thriving and ambitious network of students and alumni at CJBS
  • be part of the Women in Business student group - work with peers to drive the gender balance agenda in business
  • become involved in the Wo+Men's Leadership Centre, supporting their research, conferences and outreach activities
  • develop personally in an educational setting which supports diversity, equality and inclusivity.

Interested?

Explore what the Cambridge MBA programme can offer you

Download the MBA brochure

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Meet us and join our regular forthcoming virtual open days, meet MBA Admissions teams and hear from MBA students and alumni about their Cambridge experience and career outcomes.

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Join the Business School's Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre for their sixth annual conference: Reimagining Diversity. An exciting day of keynote speakers, panel discussions and workshops by outstanding industry leaders and renowned Cambridge academics.

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Meet our women

£25,000 is awarded to three outstanding female students per year, in partnership with the Forté Foundation.

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CJBS women

The Wo+Men's Leadership Centre (WLC) at Cambridge Judge Business School has been established to work closely with organisations, policymakers and individuals to help women realise their potential and become successful leaders.

Explore the WLC