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Cambridge MBA class of 2014/15 begin programme

Cambridge MBAs 2014

On Monday 22 September the Cambridge Judge Business School welcomed the new Cambridge MBA class of 2014/15 on campus. This year’s cohort numbers 145 students, drawn from a diverse range of 39 nationalities.

The admissions team are pleased to announce a 30 per cent female class rate this year, an increase on last’s year cohort and a step forward in our aim for future gender balance. Asset management, engineering and oil and gas represent strong sectors from which the class have been recruited. They do, as ever, bring an exciting mix of supplementary talents to the school including classical music training, the launching of NGOs and human rights activism.

Students have started the two-week ‘Orientation’ period which inducts new MBAs into their class, the School and the University. It is an exciting part of the programme during which students undertake intensive networking practice and forge friendships before beginning core learning.

The students also attended networking mixers with the new Cambridge Master of Finance class which also launched this week. The School works hard to ensure that students have every opportunity to mix with students from other programmes as well as the wider university, creating foundations for future collaboration that represents the ethos of the business school.

Cambridge MBA Class of 2014/15

Size of class: 145
Average work experience: 6.5 years
Average GMAT score: 680
Female: 30%
Average languages spoken: 3
Nationalities: 39
Age: 29.6