Location Cambridge, England
Famous For MBA, Entrepreneurship and Innovation
|Famous For||MBA, Entrepreneurship and Innovation|
Cambridge Judge Business School is the business school of the University of Cambridge, one of the world's oldest and most prestigious universities.
Courses available include PhD's, masters and executive education, whilst the Judge MBA is ranked 19th in the world (Financial Times Global MBA Rankings) and 1st for one-year MBA programmes in the UK. The Cambridge MBA is also ranked sixth globally in value for money (and the best value for money in the top 30-ranked schools), and 90 per cent of alumni who responded to the survey indicated that they fulfilled their goals or reasons for doing an MBA.
Judge Business School also has a wide variety of master's programmes ranked in the global top 20, as well as 14 interdisciplinary research centres delivering cutting edge research and innovation.
Cambridge Judge aims to create a truly transformative experience for students, challenging and encouraging them to see their future through a wider lens so that they can pursue careers that they can proudly look back on in 30 years and feel they have made a positive difference to their communities and the wider world.
Nearly nine out of 10 submissions from Cambridge Judge Business School were rated “world leading” or “internationally excellent” in the UK government’s latest Research Excellence Framework.
Accommodation at Cambridge Judge Business School is served by each college individually. The Accommodation Service can help organise private rented accommodation in the town.
Cambridge is a large town in Cambridgeshire, about 80km north of London. It is dominated by the university buildings, which have been a part of the town’s history for over 800 years. Cambridge is a small city and almost all of the colleges and departments are central to each other. A bus service connects them, while Cambridge is famed for being one of the most bicycle friendly cities in the country.
By air, Cambridge is served by four major airports: Stansted, Luton, Heathrow and Gatwick. There are National Express coach services to Cambridge from all four airports. There are also direct trains from London which take about one hour.
Cambridge Judge Business School has over 6000 alumni in over 100 countries, and an international faculty of staff and associates working both at the University and across the world.
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