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Business Because: How to get an MBA job on Wall Street

Seb Murray investigates what it takes to secure a job on Wall Street. Tom Stanley, Cambridge MBA alumnus (class of 2016), says internships are important when trying to get a job. He also suggests getting in touch with business school…

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Award for innovation in personalised medicine

Dr Geoff Macintyre and Dr Anna Piskorz, Co-founders of Pinpoint Oncology, a startup supported by the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre, have been awarded a £50,000 Innovation Prize by Cancer Research UK. Leveraging cutting-edge research conducted at Cancer Research UK and…

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Award for innovation in personalised medicine

Inclusion, diversity and collaboration – supporting your MBA all the way

As Pride month in the UK gets going, we ask how an MBA experience can support themes of inclusion, diversity and belonging. For those embarking on an MBA the values of inclusion and diversity are ever more important, both across…

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Worship-worthy study

A case study by Cambridge MBA graduate Siling Tan (MBA 2017) on Chinese mobile phone maker Xiaomi’s marketing strategy in India wins a Worshipful Company of Marketors Award. Siling Tan (MBA 2017) Siling Tan, a Cambridge MBA graduate from Cambridge…

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An alumnus who dared to make a difference

Eric Xu (MBA 2015) made that difference by volunteering as a regional Alumni Group Leader in China as soon as he finished his studies and has successfully run the groups in Beijing and Shanghai ever since. Eric Xu (MBA 2015)…

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Eric Xu

Invesco and Cambridge Judge Business School announce a 10-year collaboration

Invesco to support Cambridge Judge Business School’s research activities in long-term asset management, alternative finance and data-analytics. Global asset management firm Invesco and Cambridge Judge Business School today announced a 10-year collaboration under which Invesco will support research activities in…

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Expressing their opinion

Two Cambridge MBA students, Charles Heller and Paiak Vaid, have letters to the editor published in the Financial Times newspaper less than a week apart, on mobile infrastructure and tech hubs. Charles Heller (MBA 2018) Two current MBA students at…

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Clear Admit: Cambridge Judge Business School hosts eighth annual Business in Africa conference

Coverage of the annual conference organised by Cambridge Judge MBA students earlier in April. The Business in Africa Conference, in its eighth year, attracted business leaders, students, and professionals from various sectors. This year’s conference, entitled "Growth in Africa: The…

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Applying for an MBA? Start preparing early…

Early preparation and planning for the recruitment cycle for Cambridge MBA Class of 2020. While the recruitment cycle for 2018/2019 is now closed, now is the time to start preparing your CV and organising yourself in advance of applying for…

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MBA students working at Cambridge Judge Business School

Financial Times: Landlords are cashing in on startup venture capital

Paiak Vaid, currently studying for an MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School (Class of 2018), has a letter to the editor published in the Financial Times newspaper. Paiak expressed concern that innovative startup firms are spending too much money on…

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