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£95,779 average salary package for One Year MBA 2017-18 Class At Cambridge Judge

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The Cambridge Judge MBA employment report for the 2017-18 class has revealed that 96% of the graduates had made a switch of either country, job function or industry sector, with 33%switching all three. They received a £95,779 average salary package.

The annual report published on April 4, 2019 says that 93% received job offers three months out, while 19 participants embarked on the entrepreneurship path by starting their own company.

The one-year full-time residential program is a unique, one-year learning experience, combining academic rigour with a focus on experiential, team-based learning, the school says on its website.

The graduates were working in 24 countries around the world, with almost half of the class choosing to continue their careers in the UK.

  • 96% of the graduates had made a switch of either country, job function or industry sector, with 33% switching all three
  • Among the major recruiters were Microsoft, Uber, L.E.K. Consulting, Amazon, McKinsey & Company, AdStream, Google and Shopee
  • Over 100 organisations recruited from the class of 2017, with 22% of the class moving into consulting roles and 17% into roles in the finance sector.
  • Just over half of the class moved into roles in industry, with 75% of those roles in the technology/internet/e-commerce sector.

Margaret O’Neill, Head of Admissions and Careers for the Cambridge MBA, said, “We are proud to celebrate the success of our MBA 2017 class. Global mobility resulting from the Cambridge MBA is reflected in the diversity of employers the graduates choose to work for.

“The most popular global employers of the class post-MBA included the big and growing tech sector, with employers such as Microsoft, Uber, Amazon and Google followed closely by the commercial retail sector AdStream and Shopee while the traditional consultancy sector with players like L.E.K. Consulting and McKinsey & Company still representing a large number.”

Over 100 organisations recruited from the class of 2017, with 22% of the class moving into consulting roles and 17% into roles in the finance sector.

She adds, “Cambridge Judge Business School and the University of Cambridge provide unrivalled opportunities for networking and learning. We are delighted that our demanding, innovative and experiential MBA program has allowed the class of MBA 2017 to develop the skills, experience and network they needed to achieve their goals.”

“Recruiters from across the world maintain a strong relationship with the Cambridge MBA, working with us to identify the talent needed to drive global business. Over 100 organisations recruited from the class of 2017, with 22% of the class moving into consulting roles and 17% into roles in the finance sector.

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Just over half of the class moved into roles in industry, with 75% of those roles in the technology/internet/e-commerce sector. This reflects both the continued global growth in the technology sector, and Cambridge Judge Business School’s unique place at the heart of one the most successful technology clusters in Europe, the school said on its website.

As part of the Cambridge MBA, students undertake a career development programme alongside their studies, during which they work closely with the MBA Careers team to create a personalised plan based on career aspirations. It includes practical workshops, coaching, as well as recruitment and networking events with employers.

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