Community Enterprise


22-03-2001

The latest stage in the development of a part-time Master of Studies Degree in Community Enterprise was completed this month, says the Judge Institute of Management.

Fifteeen senior executives from around the country, based in the Community Enterprise field, attended a pilot course intended to combine the best ideas of community based regeneration with an enterprise culture.



The course will be designed to enable community leaders to network and learn from each other, encouraging the development of research and the knowledge base and increasing the profile and professionalism of this area.



Admission of the first students is expected in Jan 2002.



  • The Judge Institute of Management is Cambridge University's business school. Founded in 1990, it has grown to over 200 students and 70 faculty.



    A highly successful MBA programme is supplemented by research which is relevant to business and public policy. Our research centres specialise in Finance, Product Innovation, Health, Corporate leadership and accountability and International Business and Management.
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    The University of Cambridge is acknowledged as one of the world's leading higher education and research institutions. The University was instrumental in the formation of the Cambridge Network and its Vice- Chancellor, Professor Stephen Toope, is also the President of the Cambridge Network.

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