Benefiting from the reputation of its parent institution, the University of Cambridge’s Judge Business School has garnered acclaim as a global institution and a stronghold of entrepreneurial education. The school’s Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) serves as a nerve center of opportunities for students who wish to start their own business. The center also supports an entrepreneurship concentration, encompassing such courses as “Emerging Venture Opportunities,” “Entrepreneurship: How to Start a Company” and “New Venture Finance.”
Beyond the curriculum, however, the CfEL provides ample resources and opportunities for aspiring entrepreneurs. For example, each week, the center hosts Enterprise Tuesday, a free lecture delivered by faculty and guest speakers. In addition to receiving mentorship opportunities with the CfEL’s extensive list of Entrepreneurs in Residence, MBA students can gain hands-on entrepreneurial experience working on ETECH projects, a program in which teams perform commercial feasibility assessments for new technologies. Another notable offering is Enterprisers, a four-day, experiential program organized by the Cambridge-MIT Institute and designed to foster enterprising ways of thinking across all business sectors.