Cambridge Judge

Judge Business School

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About Judge Business School

The Cambridge University Judge Business School was founded in 1990. Since, they have built a reputation as a centre of rigorous thinking, located within one of the world’s most prestigious research universities, and in the heart of the Cambridge Cluster, the most successful technology entrepreneurship cluster in Europe.

Students at Cambridge Judge pursue innovation through interdisciplinary insight, entrepreneurial spirit and collaboration. They are rooted in real-world challenges and encouraged to ask the tough questions to create real-world change. It combines the best of their traditional education with the best hands-on experience possible.

Undergraduate, graduate and executive programmes attract innovators, creative thinkers, thoughtful and collaborative problem-solvers, and current and future leaders, drawn from a huge diversity of backgrounds and countries. To date, innovators based at the University and in the wider local community have developed over 1,600 firms employing more than 30,000 people. Degrees include undergraduate studies, an MBA, Master of Finance, many executive programmes and more.

Judge Business School – Research

This world-renowned business school attracts partners from both corporate and non-corporate organisations by the quality of students and faculty, the international nature of their teaching and research and the opportunity to draw on the wealth of knowledge based within the wider University of Cambridge.

Cutting edge research is a staple of any education at Cambridge Judge. Research is divided into six subject groups: economics and policy, finance and accounting, marketing, operations, organisational behaviours and information systems, and strategy and international business. These groups allow faculty and students to shine in the area of knowledge that they know best.

Judge Business School Contact & Location

Trumpington Street, Cambridge
Tel: +44 (0)1223 339700

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