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Anyone applied to Judge @ Cambridge?

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New post 29 Feb 2008, 07:43
Thats a one year program and has been moving up the ranking consistently. And they dont have an application fees :lol:
Any thoughts/inputs on Judge and/or One year program?

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New post 29 Feb 2008, 08:02
I'm considering applying in the fall. A one-year program might be what I pursue and they seem to be in the top five as far as that goes.

In my opinion, top 5 one-years: Kellogg, INSEAD, IMD, Cambridge, Oxford

I don't think I can meet the language requirements for INSEAD and IMD within 8 months, so I'm focusing on the other three. Northwestern is my favorite, but probably the toughest to get into. Cambridge has appealed to me more than Oxford so far, but probably because of the nicer website and sometimes higher rankings. :lol:

But I don't really know much about the differences in terms of strengths and culture between Said and Judge. My main problem is that, at least initially, I'd want to come back to the US to work. I'm not sure if one or the other has a better reputation in the US.

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New post 29 Feb 2008, 08:44
okay hot of the press,

last week i visited BOTH Said and Judge,

PM me for specifics, since I do not want to discuss this on the open forum yet (apps in progress).

cheers,

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New post 29 Feb 2008, 08:59
buffdaddy wrote:
okay hot of the press,

last week i visited BOTH Said and Judge,

PM me for specifics, since I do not want to discuss this on the open forum yet (apps in progress).

cheers,


PMed. 8-)

But I accidentally asked where you're from, before seeing it's London. Sorry about that.
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