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Working in pharma: the value of an EMBA

Three pharmaceutical professionals discuss how the Cambridge EMBA has helped their careers in the sector. The Cambridge Executive MBA programme attracts talented senior professionals from a variety of professions and industries. For EMBA participants working in the pharmaceutical sector, their…

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Apply for an Executive MBA without taking the GMAT/Executive Assessment

Candidates can apply to the Cambridge EMBA programme without taking the GMAT or Executive Assessment (EA) exams, if they can demonstrate the relevant skills in their application and interview. What is the GMAT/EA? The Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) and…

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Tackling gender diversity in the construction industry

A global shortage of construction professionals could be met by increasing the number of women in the industry, according to research from Cambridge Judge Business School. Cristina Savian (EMBA 2016) Cristina Savian (EMBA 2016) – Managing Director of technology construction…

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Regenerating BBC Television Centre

Hiroshi Hisada (EMBA 2017) is working on regenerating London’s BBC Television Centre into a new residential and business quarter. In 1960, the BBC opened Television Centre in London, the first purpose-built television studio of its kind in the world. Over…

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BBC Television Centre

Venturing forth: Solv3D

'Translating' raw laser data into meaningful information. Solv3D's 3D laser scan of crossroads. Paul Chernik (EMBA 2018) Paul Chernik, who recently began on the Executive MBA programme at Cambridge Judge Business School, is a native of the Canadian west and…

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3D laser scan of crossroads.

How to solve global problems with satellite communications

Sat-comms companies such as Inmarsat are providing solutions to global challenges such as disaster relief. James Cemmell (EMBA 2017) explains how his organisation is making a difference in areas such as the Philippines. The role of satellite-communications is not so…

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How to solve global problems with satellite communications

The European Business Review: Smile, smile and be a leader? Differences in male and female leaders’ use of humour

Being funny at work is good for business, but male and female leaders use humour differently, according to a paper co-authored by Sucheta Nadkarni, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management at Cambridge Judge Bhsiness School and Vanessa Marcié, alumna of Executive…

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Fenni Kang nominated for TechWomen 100 Award

Congratulations to 2018 Executive MBA participant, Fenni Kang, who has been short-listed for the TechWomen100 award, which showcases emerging female tech talent and aims to create role models for the future. Fenni holds a PhD in Applied Mathematics and is…

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Fenni Kang (EMBA, 2018)

Business Weekly: Google chips in as Raspberry Pi consortium secures £78m for STEM initiative

The Raspberry Pi Foundation, founded by Cambridge Executive MBA alumnus Eben Upton (EMBA 2009), has partnered with STEM Learning and the British Computer Society – securing £78 million in government funding to “establish a new National Centre for Computing Education…

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Cambridge Independent: Cambridge startup aids African farmers

A startup founded by Executive MBA alumnus Tom Ellum (EMBA 2016) is aiming to help farmers in Africa to sell their products abroad. “We are building a farm-to-fork platform for sustainably and ethically-sourced food from farmers in Africa,” Tom says.…

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