The Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, Hugh Duberly, CBE last week presented Jeffy Li and Mark Carberry, representatives of the team at The Møller Centre for Continuing Education, with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade.
Queen’s Award for Møller Centre Executive Education
It was a very special celebration for the staff at The Møller Centre who were delighted to welcome back The Lord-Lieutenant who has previously visited the Centre as a client on more than one occasion. During the first week of the Olympics, The Møller Team was delighted to have its very own award ceremony!
This prestigious Queen's Award recognises the outstanding achievement and growth over the last three years at The Møller Centre, through the delivery of bespoke Executive Education programmes to leaders from overseas companies. Income from this market grew by 90% last year and now represents 40% of revenue
Gillian Secrett, CEO of The Møller Centre commented: “We are both honoured and delighted to receive this award in the year of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. It is an accolade to the entire team at The Møller Centre for their dedication and commitment to our clients. The Centre identified eight years ago the potential to offer bespoke Executive Education to the Asian market and it has taken much hard work and dedication from both staff and associates to get to the position we are in today. We strongly believe that there are still significant opportunities for growth, and we would like to now build on what we have achieved and extend our Executive Education programmes into new markets.”
The quality and proven success of the residential programmes, which initially targeted Japan, then developed substantially into the Chinese market, combine academic and practitioner-based learning for international business leaders particularly in the corporate, banking and healthcare sectors. The Møller Centre is located at Churchill College, University of Cambridge, and all profits from The Centre are covenanted to Churchill College for investment in undergraduate and graduate education and student support.
The Møller Institute at Churchill College in the University of Cambridge provides space and context for the development of current and future leaders in government, industry, academia and civil society.