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DEFINITION of 'Judge Business School'

The business school at Cambridge University. The Judge school is a division of the business faculty of the university. JBS is one of the leading providers of innovative executive management education in a creative and challenging environment, and offers programs in many disciplines ranging from undergraduate studies to Ph.D. courses.

INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Judge Business School'

Formerly known as the Judge Institute of Management Studies, the Judge school was established in 1989. Its curriculum and style of teaching encourages critical reflection. All students of the school must also enroll in one of the other Cambridge Colleges in order to obtain a broader education.

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