174 students joined the Cambridge MBA class that will be graduating in 2021. Thirty-seven percent of the group is comprised of women and, altogether, the class represents 38 different nationalities. Engineering and business/accounting/finance were the most popular undergraduate majors, each claiming 28 percent. Social and political sciences/languages followed at 24 percent. Another 14 percent had studied STEM majors and six percent had pursued the arts.
New Cambridge Judge MBAs matriculated at an average age of 29 with an average of six years of work experience. Just over half came from Industry followed by finance at 22 percent. Eighteen percent had worked in consulting before matriculating and the remaining nine percent came from NGO/non-profit/public sector/research/education fields.
Get to know some of the new members of the latest class at Cambridge Judge Business School in the following pages, as they share their MBA journeys, what drew them to the one-year program and more.