- Single | From £3,500 for living in College with shared facilities to £9,000 for private studio or small one-bed apartment.
- Couple | From £7,500 for living in College to £9,500 for private one-bed apartment.
- Family | Minimum of £9,500 for private two-bed apartment/house.
- Single | £3,500
- Couple | £4,500
- Family | £6,000
You should also consider whether there are additional costs such as:
- Set-up costs e.g. buying a laptop, a UK mobile phone, a bike etc.
- Travel to and from Cambridge.
- Utility bills if you decide to live in private accommodation.
There are a range of scholarships available to Cambridge MBA students, ranging from Cambridge Judge Business School bursaries and University of Cambridge and College scholarships to external funding. If you want financial assistance with fees through scholarships, it helps if you apply for the Cambridge MBA early.
For all candidates holding a conditional offer for the Cambridge MBA:
Prodigy Finance loans
UK Government postgraduate loans
If you plan to take a postgraduate master's course (programme) from 1 August 2016, you may be able to get a Postgraduate Loan of up to £10,000 to help with course fees and living costs.
You can apply from late June 2016. You have to repay your Postgraduate Loan at the same time as any other student loans you have. You'll be charged interest from the day you get the first payment. You can also get extra support if you have a disability.
Career development loans
The Career Development Loans scheme is for candidates intending post-MBA careers in the UK or European Economic Area. Application packs can be obtained from branches of Barclays Bank, The Co-operative Bank and The Royal Bank of Scotland.
Canadian students can apply for loans through their home province.
US students can apply for Federal Direct loans.
Norwegian loan fund
For Norwegian students wishing to study abroad.
Fundacion Mexicana Para La Educacion, La Tecnologia y La Cienca (FUNED)
For Mexican students.