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Two alumni of the Cambridge MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School are finalists of the “Women of the Future” awards in the UK.

Women of the future

Two alumni of the Cambridge MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School are finalists in the “MBA Star” category of the Women of the Future Awards, which recognise successful young women in the UK. The awards will be announced at an event in London on 27 October.

Pradita Astarina, a native of Indonesia, and Priyanka Agarwal, who hails from India, were both members of the Cambridge MBA class of 2014-2015.

The “MBA Star” award recognises a female MBA student of “exceptional vision, talent and promise,” with the judges “looking to identify individual stories of current or former MBA students with a compelling life-story and exciting visions for the future.”

There are a total of 14 categories in the Women of the Future Awards 2015, which are open to women aged 35 or under, including for Arts & Culture, Business, Media, Science and Sport. This is the 10th year for the awards, which are supported by the insurance company Aviva.

Congratulations to Priyanka Agarwal for winning Women of the Future MBA Star award.