University of Cambridge Judge Business School

As one of the world top MBA programs that offer one year degree of Master of Business Administration, University of Cambridge Judge Business School delivers its courses through classroom in a full-time base. This page provides major areas of study, financial information and physical location of University of Cambridge Judge Business School – Cambridge, United Kingdom. Also, you will find school official website, email address, and contact phone number of University of Cambridge Judge Business School.

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MBA, Full Time (1 year)

Program Detail

Program Name MBA, Full Time
Program Overview
Areas of Study
  • Arts Administration
  • Energy
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Environment
  • Finance
  • Health Care Administration
  • International Business
  • Marketing
  • Strategy
Joint Degree Offered No
Delivery Format Classroom
GMAT Score GMAT Accepting
Tuition & Fees Program: GBP 38,000
Financial Aid Availability Financial aid available, contact school for more information
Start Dates &
Application Deadlines
Start Date Application Date
10/7/2014 1/10/2014

This program accepts rolling admissions.

Program Size
Work Experience
Employment Information

The renowned Cambridge Judge Business School was founded in 1990. It is accredited by AMBA and EQUIS. OPEC President Diezani Alison-Madueke is one of the alumni.

PRACTICAL RELEVANCE AND SPECIALIZATIONS

In addition to the full-time MBA, the school offers an Executive MBA (EMBA). The full-time program lasts twelve months, the part-time EMBA 20 months. The Executive MBA includes two practical projects and a one-week study trip. The MBA full-time program has a strong practical relevance. Specializations are possible in the areas of Energy and Environment, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Health Strategies, International Business, Social Innovation, Strategy and Marketing and Cultural Arts and Media Management.

MANY PROJECTS

Students can complete consulting projects, some of which take place in companies. In the “Cambridge Venture Project” they advise local companies. The “Global Consulting Project” gives the participants a glimpse into the right world of work. The “Capstone Project” offers a lot of space for personal interests. The MBA students can set their own priorities. In the voluntary “Individual Project” graduates can do an internship or work on a research project. In the “Cambridge Leadership” seminars, international managers report first-hand on leadership techniques.

 

MBA INTERVIEW WITH OTTO GERGYE, AIR BERLIN

Otto Gergye, Senior Vice President Sales Scheduled Services at Air Berlin, decided after a training in the travel industry and a management diploma for an MBA distance study at the Open University Business School.

Firefighter, locomotive driver or doctor, these are the dream jobs of many children: What did you want to be when you were young?
Professional footballer – that was my dream job when I was young. Although I trained hard every day, it was not enough. After I finally gave up my soccer shoes at the age of 16, traveling became my new hobbyhorse. As a teenager, I was particularly fascinated by the question of how people fly from A to B via C. That’s why I first decided to do a commercial apprenticeship in the travel industry. Many professional positions followed all over the world, for example in Kosovo, in China, in Hungary. Finally I ended up in Berlin – here I want to settle down and am currently looking for a football club.

Which decision did you make the most for your career?
There are three main experiences that were helpful for management in the tourism industry: I owe it to my parents from Hungary that I grew up multilingual in Australia with English, Hungarian and German. I was also allowed to turn my hobby – traveling – into a profession. Last but not least: The MBA course that expanded my personality and strengthened my leadership skills.

Why did you choose an MBA?
When I decided to study for an MBA, it wasn’t just about climbing the career ladder. Rather, I wanted to continue my academic training and learn how companies are managed well. During my part-time MBA distance learning, I had the opportunity to apply the theory I learned in my studies to my daily work and apply it directly. It was a big advantage for me. Distance learning also gave me the freedom to study wherever I was in the world.

Have there been moments when you have had doubts about this decision?
There were always ups and downs, especially in situations in which I was challenged professionally. But I never doubted and mastered this challenge well. If you spend the weekends exclusively studying for many years, your private life is sometimes at the bottom

How do you deal with setbacks?
I see it as sporty and continue to fight. Like in football.

The MBA is one of the most expensive training courses. Did this investment pay off?
Yes, I think the investment in me was worth it. An MBA is more stable than a small car or a luxury watch.

What have you learned from your MBA for life and not for your job?
Respect others’ opinions and understand their motivations.

Which role models are you based on?
To people who have achieved a lot through their own efforts. Above all, I appreciate that for those who have not been born with everything. When such people later demonstrate social commitment, even though they usually had to do without outside help themselves, it is very exemplary.

When do you advise academics to get an MBA?
If you have solid, several years of professional experience in management. If this is not the case, they cannot apply what they have learned in their job and everything remains gray theory.

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