The MBA is a broad management degree designed to develop deep understanding, practical application and vital interpersonal and leadership skills. Inspired by the University of Cambridge tradition of tutorial discussion and debate, the MBA delivers a lively and engaging learning experience in an intensive one-year programme. The MBA is taught through a blend of workshops, seminars, lectures, small group work, group discussion, presentations and experiential learning in projects. The university also offers a broad programme of coaching and guidance to help students achieve the post-MBA job they are looking for, and to equip them with ’employability’ tools for life.
Cambridge MBA came in at 16th place in the 2019 global MBA rankings by Financial Times and at 3rd place for Best International 1-Year Business Schools 2019 Rankings by Forbes.
The fees for the MBA Class of 2020/21 are £57,000 excluding application fees. Students will also be required to demonstrate that they have sufficient funds to cover their accommodation costs and living expenses during the course of their MBA- approximately £14,000 to £14,500.There are a range of scholarships available to Cambridge MBA students, ranging from Cambridge Judge Business School bursaries and University of Cambridge and College scholarships to external funding. Many of these scholarships are awarded in rounds one to three only.
As per latest employment data, 93% of the MBA graduates had gotten job offers within 3 months of graduating, with an average base salary of £95,779 and an average sign on bonus of £20,000.