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What are the students in the Women’s Lea

The WLI is a School-wide programme which involves faculty, staff and students. It aims to serve as a platform to enable women’s empowerment and leadership in the business world globally. WLI Student Interest Group (SIG) Chairs Harshitha Balini and Aurelia Kassatly tell us about how MBA students have been taking an active role. Debate In […]

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Delivering the presentation — GCP Team W

GCP team WHO outside offices

Three weeks of research, brainstorming and client interviews, led us to this day. We are finally on board our flight to Geneva, Switzerland, to meet our client and present our final deliverables! This will be our first time meeting our client face to face, but we had no qualms about it as we kept in constant […]

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In full swing — GCP Team WHO week 2

GCP Team WHO project working

As our project with the World Health Organisation (WHO) goes into full swing, we found ourselves having to split into sub-teams to conduct interviews with various departments within the client’s organisation. We went through the school’s well-equipped databases, scrutinised reports and publicly available information, and presented our individual findings to one another. Hours were spent […]

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A super cappuchino team — GCP Team WHO w

GCP Team WHO meeting for food

Our team is made up of 5 students: Allegra from Germany, Ciro from Italy, Nid from Thailand, and Ling and Lynn from Malaysia. Our team members have not gotten a chance to properly know one another since the start of the MBA programme in September last year, so our first week, apart from kicking off […]

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My Journey with the Women’s Leadership I

I consider myself extremely privileged to have been elected to help lead the Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) for Cambridge Judge Business School. One of the aims of the WLI is to undertake actions that help build a more collaborative and liberating society for both genders of future generations. Our focus is on collaboration and growth, encouraging […]

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Project lift off & blue sky thinking

It’s lift off for the first MBA team project of the year, as Christina and her team join an aerospace start-up. She explains why the Cambridge Venture project is ideal for individuals looking for management consulting experience and how the project has helped the MBAs understand more – not just about their client – but […]

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How to host a Japan Day

By Tomo, Shingo and Masa. On May 9th 2015 our taxi was stuck in a traffic jam on the way home from MBAT Tournament at HEC Paris to Cambridge. Suddenly Shingo said, “Why don’t we organize an event that introduces Japanese culture?” This short question was enough to evoke our passion. Tomo and I replied, […]

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The Cambridge China Dialogue

By Tabs Aziz: “Last week Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) welcomed a delegation of distinguished business leaders from China led by Wang Boming, one of the founding fathers of the China’s securities market (President of the Stock Exchange Executive Council (SEEC)). Experiencing this forum first hand and having a chance to interact with some of […]

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