During your time studying the Masters in Entrepreneurship course at Cambridge Judge Business School, you will enjoy unique advantages provided by this historic city.
The Entrepreneurship Centre
Cambridge Judge Business School benefits from its own Entrepreneurship Centre.
It offers programmes, lectures and networking events and brings together local entrepreneurs who are associated with the University of Cambridge.
Amongst the most successful programmes of the Entrepreneurship Centre are:
- Accelerate Cambridge, a startup accelerator programme
- Ignite, an intensive one-week training programme for aspiring entrepreneurs and corporate innovators
- Enterprise Tuesday, a popular lecture, panel and networking event
The Cambridge College system
Every student of the MSt in Entrepreneurship will be assigned membership to one of the Colleges of the University of Cambridge. There are 31 Colleges in total and about ten offer membership to our masters students every year.
Every College is different and has its own history, traditions, and identity. Whilst your College is unlikely to play a direct part in your entrepreneurship education, it will provide pastoral support, and may offer another opportunity to diversify your network within the Cambridge ecosystem.
The Cambridge ecosystem
Cambridge is considered one of the most entrepreneurial ecosystems in the world. The Cambridge Cluster consists of over 1,500 knowledge-intensive companies, which have a combined turnover of £13 billion.
Amongst the most active business networks, we find Cambridge Network, Cambridge Wireless and One Nucleus. Co-working spaces, incubators and innovation centres like Makespace, ideaSpace, the Hauser Forum, St John’s Innovation Centre and the Bradfield Centre offer opportunities to share resources and network.