Cambridge MBA is a full-time 12-month programme offering in-depth learning and personalised career development services at Cambridge Judge Business School. It is undertaken by experienced professionals in a class size of c.170, an optimal number to enhance peer-to-peer learning.
-You must have a minimum of three years' work experience by the start of the intake you are applying for. The current class average is six years' of work experience.
-You have to take either the GMAT or GRE to apply to Cambridge. We do not request a specific score range, but our average GMAT score in each cohort is c.690.
-You'll need one reference from a supervisor. We cannot accept an academic reference, or a reference from a relative. Decide who you would like them to be and ask them now. Applications are often held up because of references failing to be submitted. An automated reference request will be sent to your referee once you have entered their contact details into our online application system.
-You need to think carefully now about how you plan to fund your MBA - do not wait until later. See our funding pages for more information.
-If you are a non-EU national, you will have to apply for a student visa in order to study in the UK. You should refer to the UK Visas & Immigration website for the latest information regarding student visas to ascertain if you require a visa and the criteria that you will have to fulfil.
-All applications must be submitted via their online application system. Candidates should submit their application by 17:00 GMT on the day of their chosen deadline (May 5, 2017)
-To complete essay questions on the form
-You are required to show English language proficiency to apply for the Cambridge MBA. To demonstrate this, English must be your native language, or you must have a TOEFL score of at least 110, or an IELTS score of at least 7.5.
- The Application fee is £150.
For further details on application and admission fees, please go to www.jbs.cam.ac.uk