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Learnings from the Global Consulting Project

As our current Cambridge MBA cohort return for the Easter Term, having spent four weeks with clients working on Global Consulting Projects (GCPs), they've been reflecting on their experiences and how they've applied what they've learnt on the MBA programme…

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Smartbell rings in the Internet of Cows

Early in 2016 engineer and Cambridge MBA graduate Jose Chitty found himself pitching three-month-old start-up Smartbell to an audience featuring the great and the good of the Cambridge Cluster, technology specialists from across the UK, and, prominent in the front…

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Cambridge Judge alumna scoops prestigious award

Alison Brittain, an alumna of Cambridge Judge Business School (MBA 1994), was named Veuve Clicquot Businesswoman of the Year for 2017. Alison is Chief Executive Officer at Whitbread, the company that owns Costa Coffee, Brewers Fayre and Beefeater Grill restaurants,…

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Poets and Quants: 2017 Best MBAs: Anvi Shah, Cambridge Judge Business School

Anvi Shah, a current MBA student at Cambridge Judge Business School, is on the 2017 “Best & Brightest” MBAs list. Anvi shares her insights on career, studies in Cambridge and her future plans. Read the full article [poetsandquants.com]  …

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Metro MBA: Cambridge Judge MBAs create new energy startups

Cambridge Judge Business School helps students explore opportunities with new energy start-ups via Cambridge MBA Energy and Environment Concentration. Professor Michael Pollitt said: “What we try to do on the MBA Concentration is to stay closely connected to experts in…

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Making a difference

The international development sector contains a huge range of opportunities in a sphere with great job satisfaction. But it’s also highly competitive. How can MBAs position themselves for a career in this sector? Working in economically disadvantaged areas to address…

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Finding the energy – Cambridge MBAs find opportunity in low carbon

Fossil fuels may still dominate the energy landscape but all the evidence is that their dirty, malodorous days are numbered. With around half of global R&D in the sector now devoted to developing low carbon alternatives like solar and wind…

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Company focus: what’s it like working for Amazon?

In this series, we ask Cambridge MBA alumni about the realities of working at their particular organisations. This month, we ask Ruzanna Sargsyan (MBA 2010) about working for Amazon, in the UK. What is your role at Amazon and what…

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SME awards 2017

Two ventures affiliated with Cambridge Judge Business School win top honours at the SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards 2017. Arcus Global, a cloud computing company for public services co-founded by two Cambridge MBA alumni, Denis Kaminskiy and Lars Malmqvist, won in…

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Another Cambridge Judge graduate wins British Council award

Cambridge MBA alumnus Dr Terence Yeo (MBA 2001) was awarded the Entrepreneurial Achievement Award at the British Council Study UK Alumni Awards 2017. Dr Terence Yeo is a founder and CEO of Fusion Optix, founded in 2003, which specialises in…

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