Our major capstone project forms part of the practical application of concepts built up on the programme:
Final Group Project
During Lent and Easter Terms you undertake a final capstone project in groups of four to six students. The final group project (FGP), which is double weighted, is linked to Cambridge Judge Business School’s subject groups and is based on work with a major public or private technology-intensive organisation.
Assessment is via a 12,000 word final report produced under faculty supervision and a final presentation to the client organisation.
You will be asked to submit a peer evaluation form to the academic supervisor and the feedback from your peers as well as that of the host organisation may be taken into consideration when marking the presentations.
Past projects have involved a range of leading public and private sector organisations from around the world and many of these projects have been hosted by our alumni. A sample of project host organisations from the past few years includes:
- The UK Cabinet Office
- UK Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST)
- Digital Catapult
- Cambridge Digital Health (in collaboration with Cambridge University Hospitals)
- National Audit Office
- Defence Science & Technology Lab
- Genomics England
- Bank of England
- UK Government Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
- Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation
Third sector/international organisations
- Ellen MacArthur Foundation
- Gulf Research Center
- World Health Organization
- EDSO Smart Grids
- European Aviation Safety Agency
- European Commission
- Paris Peace Forum
Please note that the details and timing of individual components of the programme may vary from year to year.
All prospective students are required to sign a copy of our standard Cambridge Judge Business School General Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement and agree to our MPhil in Technology Policy Final Group Project Terms.