With more than 18,000 students from all walks of life and all corners of the world, over 11,000 staff, 31 Colleges and 150 Departments, Faculties, Schools and other institutions, no two days are ever the same at the University of Cambridge.
Cambridge Judge Business School is located on Trumpington Street in the world-renowned university city of Cambridge in the UK. Filled with a wide variety of social and cultural activities, events, and locations – from the Fitzwilliam Museum to the River Cam to the Cambridge Corn Exchange – the idyllic city has plenty to offer for international and local students.
Home to a large cluster of high-tech companies, Cambridge is also a buzzing business center. It has even been dubbed “Silicon Fen” (an analogy with Silicon Valley in California). Companies in this “Cambridge Cluster” include Sinclair Research, Acorn Computers, AstraZeneca, and Darktrace.
Cambridge Judge Business School offers a dynamic range of master’s programs. This includes the Master of Finance, a full-time, 12-month program for ambitious finance professionals, and the Master of Accounting, a part-time, 24-month program designed for students looking to become leaders in finance and accounting and pursue non-traditional career paths.
The school’s Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship program is a part-time, 24-month program that equips students with the skills and knowledge they need to become impactful entrepreneurs. The Master of Studies in Social Innovation is also a part-time, 24-month program, with a focus on research in the business, corporate, public, and social sectors.
Lastly, the MPhil in Management at CJBS is a full-time, nine-month program for candidates with less than one year of work experience. The MPhil in Technology Policy is a full-time, nine-month program for professionals with science or engineering backgrounds.
Cambridge Judge Business School is accredited by the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS).
There is a range of available scholarships for master’s programs at Cambridge Judge Business School. In the Master of Finance program, available scholarships include the MFin Program Scholarships, covering between GBP£5,000 and GBP£15,000 and awarded based on merit and need. The Master of Accounting program offers the Emily Booth Scholarships for Female Leadership in Business as well as several merit- and need-based bursaries.
For the Master’s in Entrepreneurship program, candidates can apply for the Entrepreneurship Scholarship Program, awarded to candidates who can demonstrate outstanding academic and/or entrepreneurial potential. The Master’s in Social Innovation program offers a range of studentships and scholarships, such as the Lucy Cavendish College & CJBS Social Innovation Studentship, a GBP£10,000 award to applicants who select the Lucy Cavendish College as their first choice. Finally, CJBS offers MPhil scholarships and bursaries from a variety of funding sources.
Notable alumni at Cambridge Judge Business School include Diezani Alison-Madueke (politician and former President of OPEC), Tom Ransley (British rower and Olympic gold medalist), Eben Upton (co-founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation), and Zhang Zetian (chief fashion adviser at JD.com).
Alumni of master’s programs at CJBS hold leading positions at companies around the world. Some examples include Benson Chan from Hong Kong (CEO, Asia Pacific of Amber Hill Holdings), Akriti Arya-Cohen from the USA (Director, Ad Revenue Forecasting at Viacom), Kan Cui from the UK (Finance Manager at Allen & Overy), and Vittasa Suksawat from Thailand (Senior Associate at PwC).