The Judge MBA – University of Cambridge 2017-03-25T11:48:47+00:00

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The Judge MBA – University of Cambridge

The Judge Business School, established in 1990, is part of Cambridge University. A relatively small program, its strengths lie in entrepreneurship and finance.

The student population is characterized by a higher average age relative to other programs (30), with an accordingly higher average of years of experience (7). About 90% of students come from outside Britain.

The school runs many research centers on various topics, and a student club that advances connections between students and industry.

In terms of admissions process, the school is willing to consider the candidacy of applicants who do not hold a B.A.

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Entrepreneurship, (Organizational behavior, Corporate Strategy)
£7,000; £5,000; £5,000; £5,000; £7,500; $9,800; £5,000

Ranked first in Europe for the category of alumni global network by The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2005
Ranked third outside of the U.S. by Forbes’ general ranking of one-year programs, 2015
Ranked third outside of the U.S. by Forbes’ general ranking of one-year programs, 2007
Ranked third in Britain for the category of one-year programs by The Financial Times, 2006
Ranked fourth outside of the U.S. by Forbes’ general ranking of one-year programs, 2009
Ranked fourth for the category of organizational behavior by The Financial Times, 2007
Ranked fifth in Europe for the category of salaries by The Financial Times, 2007
Ranked fifth in Europe by The Financial Times’ general ranking, 2007
Ranked fifth in Europe for the category of networking potential by The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2005
Ranked sixth for the category of organizational behavior by The Financial Times, 2015
Ranked sixth outside of the U.S. by Businessweek’s general ranking, 2014
Ranked sixth for the category of highest salaries in finance and banking by The Financial Times, 2007
Ranked sixth for the category of strategy by The Financial Times, 2015
Ranked seventh for the category of strategy by The Financial Times, 2014
Ranked seventh for the category of entrepreneurship by The Financial Times, 2010
Ranked seventh in Europe for the category of highest salary increase by The Financial Times, 2007
Ranked seventh in Europe for the category of student diversity by The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2005
Ranked seventh for the category of entrepreneurship by The Financial Times, 2015
Ranked eighth outside of the U.S. by Businessweek’s general ranking, 2015
Ranked eighth for the category of industrial behavior by The Financial Times, 2008
Ranked eighth in Europe for the category of new career opportunities by The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2005
Ranked eighth in Europe for the category of student evaluation by The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2005
Ranked ninth for the category of International Management by The Financial Times, 2015
Ranked ninth for the category of industrial behavior by The Financial Times, 2014
Ranked ninth for the category of entrepreneurship by The Financial Times, 2013
Ranked ninth outside of the U.S. by Forbes’ general ranking, 2005
Ranked tenth by The Financial Times’ general ranking, 2008
Ranked tenth outside of the U.S. by Businessweek’s general ranking, 2010
Ranked 13th in the world by The Financial Times’ general ranking, 2015

Average annual base salary upon graduation for last year (before bonuses): $97,045
Average sign-on bonus upon graduation for last year: $25,513
Additional guaranteed benefits in the first year post-graduation (on average): $14,394
The companies that recruited the most alumni upon graduation were:
Bain
Amazon
LEK Consulting
Required documents: application essays, recommendations, personal history, transcript
Average GMAT score: 690
Average work experience: 6 years
Average age: 29
Admissions interview: required (Interviews usually occur on campus, or in certain cases, in the candidate’s country or by telephone)
Percentage of candidates admitted: 30%
Average age: 30
The degree: M.A. in Business Management – MBA
Duration of studies: one year
Starting dates: October
Location: Cambridge, England
Class size: 157
Program website: http://www.jbs.cam.ac.uk/mba/index.html

*According to the bi-annual update published by Businessweek (end of 2014)

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