Cambridge Senior Management Programme (SMP)

The Cambridge Senior Management Programme is a unique global learning journey over six months, that enables participants to become transformational leaders. Its modular format allows participants to immerse themselves in the inspiring cities of Cambridge and Singapore, engage with world-renowned Cambridge faculty and interact with an exceptional peer group.

Key Benefits

  • Enhance your strategic and leadership skills to be a transformational business leader, with in-depth learning from over 26 sessions
  • Learn from over 14 esteemed Cambridge Judge Business School faculty who are world renowned experts and thought leaders in their fields
  • Immerse yourself in the Cambridge way, emphasising smaller class sizes, maximum interaction between faculty, participants and their peers
  • Benefit from 600 years of cumulative work experience in the classroom from a diverse group of peers
  • Become an associate member of Cambridge Judge Business School's global network of 9,600 alumni

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Participant Profiles

Participants join us from large organisations, medium-sized companies or even from startups. The Cambridge Senior Management Programme will help senior functional or technical managers make the transition to a general management role, or support those starting new entrepreneurial ventures.

The learning journey is specifically designed for senior managers with:

  • Accomplished work experience in functional, technical, or business roles
  • Minimum 10 years of work experience with a successful track record in one or more functional areas of business
  • An agenda for change
  • Industry

  • Geographic Locations

    Geographic Locations

Program Curriculum

  • Strategy

    • Strategy formulation and implementation
    • Leading complex, strategic projects
    • Operational excellence
    • Managing the financials
    • Strategic choice
    • Driving marketing excellence
  • Digital Innovation

    • Breakthrough digital innovations
    • Unleashing and enhancing innovation
    • Innovation in digital marketing
    • Artificial intelligence
    • Business model innovation
    • Cyber security
  • Organisational Transformation

    • Leading change
    • Managing the organisational culture
    • The future of the firm
    • Managing high-performance teams
    • Coaching
    • Networks – Influencing without formal authority
    • Leading negotiations
  • Business Analytics

    • Decision Biases
    • Big Data Opportunities
    • Predictive Analytics
    • Descriptive Analytics
    • Experimentation
    • Organisational, Ethical and Legal Issues
Note: The list of topics is not exhaustive and is subject to change.


  • Kishore Sengupta

    Kishore Sengupta

    Academic Programme Director

  • Philip Stiles

    Philip Stiles

    Academic Programme Director

  • Jenny Chu

    Jenny Chu

    University Lecturer in Accounting

  • Jane Davies

    Jane Davies

    Director of Executive Education and Faculty (Professor level) in Management Practice

  • Stylianos Kavadias

    Stylianos Kavadias

    Margaret Thatcher Professor of Enterprise Studies in Innovation & Growth

  • Ahmed Khwaja

    Ahmed Khwaja

    Professor of Marketing, Business & Public Enterprise

  • Christoph Loch

    Christoph Loch

    Professor of Management Studies

  • Geoff Meeks

    Geoff Meeks

    Emeritus Professor of Financial Accounting

  • Andreas Richter

    Andreas Richter

    Reader in Organisational Behaviour

  • Mark de Rond

    Mark de Rond

    Professor of Organisational Ethnography

  • Jochen Runde

    Jochen Runde

    Professor of Economics

  • Khal Soufani

    Khal Soufani

    Faculty (Professor level) in Management Practice

  • Robert Wardrop

    Robert Wardrop

    Co-founder and Director, Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance

  • Suzanne Weeks

    Suzanne Weeks

    Leadership Development Consultant, Executive Coach

  • Eden Yin

    Eden Yin

    University Senior Lecturer in Marketing


Dates & Fees

Dates Length Location Tuition Fees
1 June 2020 Programme Launch | Online USD $22,000
June–August 2020 Online
27 September–2 October 2020 6 Days Cambridge, UK
23–27 November 2020 5 Days Singapore
10–15 January 2021 6 Days Cambridge, UK
Deadline Application Fees
Round 1 18 February 2020 USD $300
Round 2 22 March 2020 USD $400
Round 3 14 April 2020 USD $500
Note: Accommodation and travel are not included