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					               Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
Judge Business School is internationally recognised as one of the leading providers of innovative, intellectually
challenging and practical business management education across a portfolio of undergraduate, graduate and
executive programmes.

Its international teaching and research faculty has achieved one of the highest ratings for research; the
Cambridge MBA programme is ranked 17th in the 2009 FT Global Rankings of business schools, 11th in The
Economist’s 2009 full time MBA Global MBA Rankings, and 3rd in the 2009 Forbes Global Rankings for one year
MBA programmes, the Cambridge MBA sits alongside the very best in the world.


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         Judge Business School was established in 1990
         Director - Professor Arnoud De Meyer
         Chairman of the Advisory Board - Lord Browne of Madingley
         World-class faculty of over 50 members
         Over 260 MBA and PhD students, over 200 MPhil students and in excess of 70 Undergraduate
          students

    Teaching Programmes:
        The Cambridge MBA
        The Cambridge Executive MBA
        The MFin (Master of Finance)
        PhD
        Executive Education
        Vocational Masters
        Research Masters
        Undergraduate

    Key research groups:
        Organisational Analysis
        Information Systems
        Finance & Accounting
        Management Science & Operations
        Business & Management Economics
        International Business
        Energy & Environment

    Cross-disciplinary collaboration takes place in nine research centres:
        Cambridge Centre for Energy Studies (CCES)
        Cambridge Integrated Knowledge Centre (CIKC)
        Cambridge University Health (CUH)
        Centre for Business Research (CBR)
        Centre for Financial Analysis & Policy (CFAP)
        Centre for India & Global Business (CIGB)
        Centre for International Business and Management (CIBAM)
        Centre for International Human Resource Management (CIHRM)
        Centre for Process Excellence and Innovation (CPEI)
        Centre for Risk Studies (CRS)
        Programme on Regional Innovation (PRI)

    2009/10 MBA class profile:
    Class size – 164; Nationalities – 47; Average GMAT score – 690; Average work experience 7
    years; Average languages spoken – 3; Female/male split - 28/72%