221 students joined the latest Cambridge Judge MBA class. Forty-three percent are women and the class represents 45 different nationalities.
During their undergraduate years, 29 percent had pursued degrees in business/accounting/finance. Twenty-six percent had engineering majors. Fifteen percent earned degrees in economics, followed by 12 percent in social sciences. Eleven percent studied the sciences and eight percent the arts.
At an average age of thirty, Judge MBAs matriculated with an average of six years of work experience. Fifty-seven percent came from industry followed by 19 percent from finance and 18 percent from consulting. Six percent had worked in NGO/not-for-profit/public sector/research/education. Their median and mean score on the GMAT landed at 690.
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.