CJBS Youth Development Programme 2021

POSTED: February 15, 2021Category: NewsBY: Steve

The University of Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) Youth Development Programme is an educationally rigorous programme of 10, 3-hour interactive sessions delivered in English and available to 14 – 18 year-old students. The curriculum is inspired by Cambridge Judge Business School’s prestigious MBA programme and overseen by Professor Christoph Loch, Director of Cambridge Judge Business School. The personal development of each student is the foremost objective.

The first seven sessions focus on the development of different key skills, which are integral to success in all walks of academic and professional life. In the final three sessions, students are faced with a business case study that they tackle while working in teams with the support of the teaching staff. The programme culminates with group presentations and a graduation ceremony, where students receive their signed certificates of participation.

CJBS hopes to deliver this programme to a small number of partner schools in July and August 2021. Please email CJBS Youth Programmes Director, Danny Kerrigan, at or see the Programme Overview if you would like more information about the programme.”

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