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Real Humans of the Cambridge Judge MBA Class of 2023

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In this edition of our Real Humans: MBA Students series, we head to Cambridge University’s Judge Business School in England to meet some new members of the Class of 2023.

210 students matriculated at the one-year MBA program for the Class of 2023. Forty-seven percent are women and the class represents 46 different nationalities.

During their undergraduate years, 34 percent had majored in business/accounting/finance. A quarter had studied engineering and 13 percent had studied other STEM disciplines. Fourteen percent earned degrees in economics followed by nine percent in social sciences. Five percent came from the arts.

New Judge MBAs averaged the age of 29 and 6 years of work experience upon matriculation. Forty-nine percent came from industry and 26 percent had worked in finance. Seventeen percent hailed from consulting and eight percent from NGO/non-profit/public sector work. Their average GMAT score landed at 690.

Learn about the students behind the stats in the following pages, as six new Cambridge Judge MBA candidates of the Class of 2023 share their admissions journeys, first impressions of the program and more.

Christina Griffith
Christina Griffith is a writer and editor based in Philadelphia. She specializes in covering education, science, and history, and has experience in research and interviews, magazine content, and web content writing.