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Executive and professional education

Welcome to Cambridge's executive and professional education portal. If you're looking for programmes for individuals and custom solutions for organisations, we aim to get you talking to the right people about what you're looking for.

Endorsed open programmes

Providers offering courses under our executive and professional education umbrella have the option of applying to have them endorsed by the Board of Executive and Professional Education.

Endorsement is awarded to those programmes that have the full support and commitment of the Department and the University, and that are fully resourced and quality assured, i.e., those of the highest quality.

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CISL: Business can benefit from sustainable management

17 February 2015

A report produced by the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, in partnership with a number of corporate leaders, argues that businesses can benefit by sustainably managing their interactions with the environment.

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EPE News Feed

Part-time Certificates and Diplomas: 2015-16 courses now open for applications

28 April 2015

Part-time Certificates and Diplomas: 2015-16 courses now open for applications Applications are now open for ICE’s one and two-year Undergraduate Certificates and Diplomas starting in October 2015. These part-time University of Cambridge qualifications are taught at undergraduate Read more...Read more

UAE leadership

28 April 2015

Executive Education at Cambridge Judge designs HSBC Leadership Programme in Dubai. HSBC Bank in the Middle East has completed its inaugural HSBC Leadership Programme for mid-level Emirati managers, which was developed in association with the Executive Education division of Cambridge Judge Business...Read more

That’s entertainment: what – and how – will we be watching in 2020?

28 April 2015

Take unlimited creativity, add multiple platforms, throw in faster and smarter tech and you’ve got the ingredients for the biggest entertainment industry shake-up since the introduction of sound. The battle lines have been drawn: consumers have broken free of traditional formats and schedules, and...Read more

Optimal online searching

28 April 2015

Easterners search too long for good deals after incurring ‘sunk costs’ from earlier search efforts, finds study at Cambridge Judge Business School. Easterners are more inclined than Westerners to search too long online for the best deals because they are more sensitive to the “sunk cost” of their...Read more

Primary science: the poor relation?

28 April 2015

This week's Cambridge Primary Review Trust blog, by Marianne Cutler, Director of Curriculum Innovation of the Association for Science Education, includes a celebration of the work at one of our Partnership Primary Schools (Queen Edith's) read this interesting blog about primary science http://...Read more