Cambridge (Judge) Set to Introduce EMBA Program in 2009

New 20-month course to be taught one weekend a month

The University of Cambridge's Judge Business School has announced it will begin an Executive MBA (EMBA) program in September 2009. The 20-month program will see participants take weekend classes (Fridays and Saturdays) once a month.

Upcoming EMBA information sessions at Judge include an event in London on October 22, and one on the Cambridge campus on November 25.

Applications are due on June 30, 2009.

For more information, please visit the Judge Business School website.

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