Judge Business School – University of Cambridge
Cambridge Executive MBA Program Structure
The University of Cambridge Executive MBA is built for senior-level professionals who wish to pursue an advanced degree with a flexible schedule suited to their specific needs. The course is delivered in the span of 20 months over 16 weekends and four week-long blocks of classes. The Executive MBA also serves a distinct advantage for those looking to study business at an international level, with ease of access and regular travel to various parts of the world. The outside-of-Cambridge location for the coming year takes place in China.
Through the 20 months, students in the Cambridge Executive MBA program will undertake courses in five separate terms, as well as a week-long orientation process. In each of the five terms, students in the program will participate in a speaker series as well as career coaching and development courses.
The majority of the program is filled by core courses, but Executive MBA students will also take part in an International Business course in their second term, individual projects in each of the final three terms, a team consulting project in term four, and a small batch of electives.
The Cambridge Executive MBA class at Judge Business School consists of 63 students representing 26 nationalities. Those in the course have an average of 12 years professional work experience with an average age of 37.
Joining the Executive MBA program at Judge will give students access to an immense network of working professionals that totals near 190,000 alumni. Those in the program will undertake specific courses to tailor and further their career trajectories, providing a unique opportunity to not only study in one of the UK’s most prestigious institutions, but engage in international business studies the world over.
Tuition & Financial Aid
Tuition for the Cambridge Executive MBA program beginning in fall 2016 will cost £63,960. Those entered into the program will pay an initial 15% reservation fee that is included in the total course of the program, not added on. Payment can be provided in one or two installments.
The school estimates that an additional £7,000 will be required to cover extemporaneous costs, which includes accommodation for weekend sessions and financing for international studies.
Bursaries, loans, and scholarships are available to students in limit availability.
Those wishing to apply to the Judge Business School Executive MBA program must have at least seven years of professional working experience before applying and an accredited undergraduate degree.
The Judge Business School expects students to have earned a GPA of at least 3.3 (65% for universities that use percentage evaluation) or graduate in the top 25% of their previous school’s class. The program accepts GMAT scores, but it can be waived with properly explained experience. Those applying must also submit two letters of recommendation.
International participants that are not native English speakers looking to apply must have earned a TOEFL score of 110 (no individual part below 25), an IELTS score of 7.5, a CAE with a minimum score of “A”, or the CPE with a minimum score of either “A,” “B,” or “C.”
Applications for the September 2017 class will open in September 2016.