What is Judge Business School

Judge Business School is associated with the University of Cambridge, and is ranked as one of the world's top business schools. It provides management education and its Cambridge MBA program is consistently ranked among the top in the world by Bloomberg, the Financial Times, BusinessInsider, US News & World Report and Forbes Magazine.

BREAKING DOWN Judge Business School

Formerly known as the Judge Institute of Management Studies, the Judge Business 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. In 1991, donations from Sir Paul and Lady Judge provided the funds for the construction of a building for the newly formed business school.

Prior to the founding of the business school, management studies had been taught at the university since 1954.

In September 2005, the Judge Institute of Management Studies was renamed as the Judge Business School. It then adopted the title Cambridge Judge Business School during 2010, and revised its logo to read "University of Cambridge Judge Business School" rather than "Cambridge Judge Business School" in November 2010. The school celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2015.

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.