Applications can be made online or by paper application. Both methods of application are handled by the central University.
Please visit the University of Cambridge Graduate Studies website to:
All the instructions on how to complete the application are included during the online application process or are present at the top of the paper form.
It's worth taking the time to read the instructions carefully as any mistakes in your application may make it invalid and delay the application process.
For those candidates who wish to be considered for Cambridge funding (from the Gates Cambridge Trust, Cambridge Commonwealth Trust and Cambridge Overseas Trust, and the Cambridge International Scholarship Scheme) the application deadline is 7 December, or 12 October if you are a US citizen.
Required supporting documents
In addition to the standard University of Cambridge graduate application documents, we ask you to also send the following in support of your application:
- A copy of your resumé/CV
- A supporting statement (about two pages of A4 size paper in length) explaining:
- Why you have chosen to do the MPhil in Technology Policy
- What work experience and other relevant experience (especially leadership experience) you might have
- How you feel the MPhil in Technology Policy will help in your future
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Deadline for applications: 29 Jun 2017
However we recommend you apply before December.
Cambridge Trusts funding deadlines are 12 October for US applicants, 7 December for applicants from all other countries.
Funding available to our MPhil in Technology Policy students includes University of Cambridge scholarships, Cambridge Judge Business School bursaries, and external scholarships.
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