Executive Education

The Møller Centre is passionate about learning and development to enable leaders to maximise their potential and achieve outstanding results for themselves and the organisations in which they work.

Møller Centre Executive Education programmes provide customised training programmes to senior executives from organisations in the UK and around the world under the Royal Charter of Churchill College, University of Cambridge.

The Møller Centre is a wholly owned subsidiary of Churchill College. The mission of The Møller Centre is to bring the worlds of academia and industry together for professional development and education. All of the income generated from our programmes is covenanted back to support Churchill College and its wider community.

Our unique approach to learning and development offers organisations and their delegates:

The duration of our customised executive education programmes are specifically tailored to each client’s objectives, and are designed following a thorough needs analysis process.

The Møller Centre offers both the venue facilities and educational content of your executive education programme, with exceptional customer service delivered by a very experienced team. With the support of the College’s Fellowship, who are both speakers, and attendees of elements within the social programme, Møller Centre Executive Education offers delegates a truly unique experience.

All programmes are to the highest standard of education. Programme content is confirmed and approved by the Møller Education Consultative Committee, and delegate certificates of attendance are issued under the Royal Charter of Churchill College.

Existing programmes have been designed for clients in the UK, China and Central Asia, and within the sectors of: financial services, healthcare, construction and engineering, media, education and government. Cutting edge knowledge is provided on topics such as creation of culture, leadership styles, the future of retail banking, lean management, globalisation and competition, and leading through change.

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