The Cambridge MBA Scholarship for Global Impact

Type of funding:

Cambridge Judge scholarship




Cambridge Judge Business School


Up to £45,000

No of awards:

4 awards

Application deadline:

Apply in rounds one, 2, 3 or 4

Please indicate your interest in this scholarship on the MBA application form.


At Cambridge Judge, our people are our greatest asset. We take pride in the diversity of our community and promote an inclusive culture in which all are treated equally and have equal opportunity.

This scholarship is for candidates who have made an impact in their region and meaningfully contributed to their community. Priority will be given to candidates from countries which we feel are currently underrepresented within the MBA cohort to ensure a diverse global community each year. The list of countries may change in each annual admissions cycle.

Eligibility criteria

For the 2024-25 admissions year, this scholarship is open to global candidates from the following regions:

Regions are classified as per the Nations Online website.

Factors we will consider in awarding the scholarship will be your career progression, profile, MBA application, and contribution to your community.

How to apply

If you would like to be considered for the Cambridge MBA Scholarship for Global Impact, you may apply in any of the 4 rounds in the recruitment cycle.

This scholarship has no formal assessment. If you meet the eligibility criteria and wish to be considered, then you simply need to select the scholarship on the application form. Your profile will then automatically be reviewed by the Scholarships Committee after interview. We encourage candidates to provide a supporting statement on the application form where you can highlight anything you think might be relevant to support your scholarship application.

Further details

The recipient of this scholarship is expected to be an ambassador for the Cambridge MBA, working closely with the marketing, recruitment, and alumni teams to support and attract future candidates onto the programme.