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A world of options: how to choose your MBA programme

An MBA is a serious commitment, so you will want to make sure you have picked the best school for you and your objectives – and there are a number of things to take into consideration. Two Cambridge MBA graduates,…

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What’s it like to work at The Fung Group?

With three strong core values running through its DNA, the Fung Group, one of Asia’s largest multinationals, knows exactly who they are looking for and what they expect a Fung Group employee to be. Cambridge MBA 2015 Aik Lim joined…

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Consulting on Bangladeshi land-related services

A team of Cambridge MBA students worked with BRAC, the world's largest NGO, on a plan to scale up land-related services for rural communities. Bangladesh is usually referred to as an "emerging" market or a "developing" economy, and these descriptions…

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What’s it like to work at Microsoft?

As Microsoft surfs the waves of culture change instigated by a visionary new CEO, what’s working at the tech giant like for a Cambridge MBA set to become one of the company’s future leaders? Ruchika Raj (MBA 2016) is very…

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Sydney, Australia - May 12, 2017: View of people visiting the Microsoft flagship store in Sydney. It is a retail store run y Microsoft, selling computers, software and electronic products.

Perfect timing – getting your Cambridge MBA application ready

When it comes to applying for your MBA, it can take a bit of planning and preparation to hit the deadline for your chosen programme. The Cambridge MBA has five application rounds, but you’ll need to organise yourself in advance…

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Poets and Quants: 2017 MBAs to watch: Kristina Chiapetta

Kristina Chiapetta, a current MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, is among 2017 MBAs to watch according to Poets & Quants. Kristina shares her insights about her studies in Cambridge, achievements she is most proud of during her studies,…

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Poets and Quants: 2017 MBAs to watch: Daniel Porus

Daniel Porus, a current MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, is featured in the Poets & Quants article. In the interview Daniel talks about business education and his favourite professor, an MBA classmate he admires most, and what are…

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How to hit the ground running with your one-year MBA

You've got through your GMAT with a stellar score, finished your application, had your interview with faculty and Q&A session with the MBA Careers Team at the School, and been accepted into the UK's top one-year MBA programme. So you…

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Buzz Feed: Meet the woman changing the halal food game online

Zohra Khaku, founder of Halal Gems venture and alumnus of the MBA programme (MBA 2008) at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about her venture and upcoming halal food festival Street Eats. Zohra launched her online venture in 2012 aiming to…

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Poets and Quants: Interview with Conrad Chua

In an interview for Poets and Quants, Conrad Chua, Executive Director of the MBA Programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, talks about the Cambridge MBA programme, how it is different from other MBA programmes, and what students like the most…

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