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University of Cambridge, Judge Business School

Judge Business School sits at the heart of the internationally-renowned University of Cambridge and offers one of the most international MBAs in the world, with more than 85% of students coming from outside the UK. The Cambridge MBA is a 1-year, general management programme, which provides a comprehensive grounding in business fundamentals, taught through a mixture of interactive seminars, lectures, case studies and group work. The innovative design of the programme enables students to focus on individual areas of interest, such as Finance, Strategy or Entrepreneurship.

Practical consulting projects are an integral component of the Cambridge MBA and students work with top multinational businesses, including, for example, Google, Barclays, Cisco and Kodak, as well as many of the innovative high-technology companies that cluster around Cambridge. Our collaborative ethos trains leaders who can deliver in teams and take effective decisions in a global market place. Cambridge faculty members are also drawn from every continent, with research interests that span the full spectrum of business issues. The corporate connections nurtured by the University and School add significant value to the MBA programme and our guest speakers are of the highest calibre.

More importantly, our relatively small class size encourages one-to-one interaction and genuine mentoring. Since October 2008 Judge Business School has also offered a 1-year Masters of Finance (M.Fin) course. Our Executive MBA course launches in September 2009.

Ranking

Business Week: 11 [2008]; Financial Times: 10 [2008]; No. 7, Economist Intelligence Report

Accreditation

EQUIS, AMBA

Program Types

Full-time MBA

Program Fee

£ 33,000

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