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Business Weekly: Cambridgeshire companies in Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100

Arcus Global, which develops software to help local authorities digitise and integrate their operation has been listed amongst the Sunday Times 100 top fastest growing tech companies in the country. Arcus Global participated in the SME Growth Challenge programme run…

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Gates Cambridge: From undergraduate to biotech boss

A feature about Chandler Robinson, Gates scholar and MBA alumnus at Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 2009). Chandler says his MBA studies helped him to start biotech company Monopar Therapeutics that is developing a drug to treat Wilson’s Disease. The…

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Is a European MBA the best fit for you?

The MBA might have originated outside of Europe, and many European programmes are relatively young, however, they offer diversity, flexibility and an international framework which could be beneficial to your experience. Fast return on investment American MBAs tend to be…

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Where could an internship take you?

Customising your MBA experience is something you will be encouraged to do from day one at Cambridge, and electing to do an internship can be a great way of doing it. We spoke to some Cambridge MBAs about their internship…

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The key to entrepreneurial success? Managing yourself

Terence Yeo, Founder and CEO of LED lighting products company Fusion Optix and a Cambridge MBA alumnus (MBA 2001), says that managing oneself is key to success in entrepreneurship. Terence founded the company in 2003 while sharing a house in…

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Poets & Quants: 2018 MBAs to watch: Adhika Kartoleksono

One of our MBAs, Adhika Kartoleksono, a current MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, is on Poets & Quants’ “MBAs to Watch” list. Adhika tells why he decided to pursue an MBA and the achievements he’s most proud of.…

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Where are Cambridge MBA alumni now? The real stories behind this year’s employment statistics

We caught up with some of our alumni at their graduation and asked them about their current roles and the work they did to secure them while at the School. The 'switcher' – Tom Stanley This is something demonstrated by…

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Learning to be disruptive

In 1903, an adviser to the Ford Motor company remarked, "The horse is here to stay but the automobile is only a novelty – a fad". Over the last 100 years such miscalculations have almost become a norm with firms…

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Six reasons the Cambridge MBA is like the FIFA World Cup

As the 2018 FIFA World Cup Final approaches, we consider the ways in which the Cambridge MBA is just like the world's most talked-about sporting event. The teams represent a diverse global community The World Cup brings together a diversity…

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Six reasons the Cambridge MBA is like the FIFA World Cup

4 Traders: 2018 Valeo Innovation Challenge: nine teams headed to the final round

Nine teams have been selected to the final of the fifth Valeo Innovation Challenge. A team of MBA students from Cambridge Judge Business School is working on a project for an innovative hydrogen propulsion system. The aim of the competition…

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