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Starting your MBA while still growing your family – a personal perspective

Julie Wang not only planned in great detail her personal MBA journey, but she also grew her family along the way. Julie Wang (MBA 2018) Julie Wang (MBA 2018) moved to Cambridge from London with her family at the start…

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Julie Wang from the Cambridge MBA class of 2018.

Movers and shakers

Five women associated with Cambridge Judge Business School are named in BioBeat report on 50 top women leaders and innovators in biotech. Five women associated with Cambridge Judge Business School are included in the sixth annual 50 Movers and Shakers…

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Movers and shakers, female scientists using a centrifuge.

Entrepreneurial myths

An astrophysicist by training, Dr Ghina Halabi often shoots down tall tales about outer space. Now Programme Director of EnterpriseWOMEN at Cambridge Judge Business School's Entrepreneurship Centre, she identifies five myths of female entrepreneurship. As the first woman to earn…

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Temple of Apollo on Sunset.

Cambridge MBA alumni shortlisted for awards

Two alumni of the Cambridge MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School are finalists of the "Women of the Future" 2019 awards in the UK. Amelia Cox and Chayanika Ranasinghe (both MBA 2018) are shortlisted in two categories of the Awards.…

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Women on the Cambridge MBA.

More women leading

Forté Foundation scholars Julia Goldfeld and Sarah Lester from Cambridge MBA Class of 2019 share their insights for the forthcoming year and their personal career journey so far. Career background Sarah Lester (MBA 2019) Sarah Lester from Melbourne, Australia has…

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Female leadership: balancing your compass across the broadcast landscape

We join Kate Wendelboe (MBA 2011) as she shares a career journey in broadcasting and beyond, as well as her experience of women in leadership and mentoring programmes across this ever-changing sector. "I started my career in marketing, working for…

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Business Weekly: Gender diversity pushes elite UK law firms towards non-equity partnership model

Gender diversity, but not compensation disparity, pushes elite UK law firms toward the adoption of “non-equity partnerships”, finds a new study co-authored by Dr Thomas Roulet and Dr Lionel Paolella of Cambridge Judge Business School. The study looks at some…

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UK law firms

Gender diversity, but not compensation disparity, pushes elite UK law firms toward the adoption of "non-equity partnerships", finds new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Law firms in Britain and many other countries have traditionally been based on a…

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Statue of justice.

A special interest beyond the classroom for the MBA student

For those with a range of interests there is a wide range of groups, known as 'special interest groups', that if embedded from the outset into your learning experience can ensure the Cambridge MBA year is that much richer and…

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Energy SIG members.

Balancing act

Fifth annual Wo+Men's Leadership Conference at Cambridge Judge Business School focussed on 'Building Balance' through gender diversity and better workplace policies. The annual Wo+Men's Leadership Conference at Cambridge Judge Business School focussed on gender diversity and how men and women…

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Wo+Men's Leadership Conference 2019.

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