Apply to the Executive Master of Accounting
We are delighted you are thinking of applying for the Executive Master of Accounting, Cambridge Judge’s 2-year part-time financial information leadership programme.
Take the time to review our application process and admissions requirements. Ensure you apply early to make use of available funding opportunities and increase your chances of getting your preferred college placement.
Applications now open
Admissions for entry in September 2024 are now open, with a final application deadline of 7 June 2024.
Welcome to next phase of your professional life. It’s a transformative journey for exceptional people, like you.
Who we are looking for?
The next generation of thought leaders in the field of financial information start here. The Executive Master of Accounting is for you if you want to:
- advance your career to a CFO-level position or other senior leadership roles
- improve your ability to tackle complex, ambiguous, data-intensive financial decisions
- challenge the norms around how financial information is developed and handled
- become more effective at analysing and interpreting financial data in order to make strategic decisions.
We encourage you to apply early, especially if you’re relying on employer sponsorship, scholarships, bursaries or loans to fund your Executive Master of Accounting.
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Welcome to next phase of your professional life. It’s a transformative journey for exceptional people, like you. We look forward to meeting you.
Here are the steps of the application process:
- Step 1: Application submission
- Step 2: Application review
- Step 3: Interview for shortlisted candidates
- Step 4: Conditional offer
- Step 5: Unconditional offer
Our minimum requirements
Make sure you have all the necessary documentation to submit a strong and competitive application. Here’s a list of our minimum requirements for applying to the Executive Master of Accounting programme.
An online payment of £150 will be charged for the submission of your completed Cambridge application.
We offer an application fee waiver for candidates from countries receiving overseas development aid. If you would like to request an application fee waiver, please contact the Admissions Team before submitting your application.
Candidates typically hold a 2:1 degree or above, or international equivalent.
If you do not meet this requirement, we can still consider your application, but we would need to see a competitive GMAT, GRE, or EA score.
If you have a masters degree or higher qualification, you can also provide details of this in your application, although a masters degree is not required.
Professional qualifications such as ACA, ACCA or CPA are also considered and you need to provide details.
We welcome students from a diverse range of professional backgrounds. Experience as an accounting professional is not necessary, but you must have at least 2 years’ work experience by the start of the intake for which you are applying.
We require 2 references, one of which should be from your most recent employer. Automated reference requests will be sent to your referees once you input their contact details into our online application system.rnrnYou will be able to track the receipt of your references online. It is your responsibility to follow up with your referees if they fail to send a reference or change their contact details.
Fluency in English is a pre-requisite for the Cambridge Executive Master of Accounting. If English is not your first language, you must have taken a recognised English proficiency test in the 2 years prior to September on the year for which you’re applying for entry.
International students should be aware of immigration considerations to attend the residential sessions. Upon arrival at Cambridge Judge Business School, all students will be asked to provide their current passport and evidence of their immigration status. It is your responsibility to update the Cambridge Executive Master of Accounting programme office if there are any changes or updates to your immigration status whilst on the programme. If you do not hold a UK or Irish passport, this also includes updating the programme team if your passport has been renewed.
All nationals from outside the UK and Ireland can come to Cambridge to attend residential sessions for the programme as a visitor. You are advised to read the information on the University’s short period of study immigration webpage and to note the expectations and restrictions of a visitor immigration status.
To meet the requirements of the visitor route, students on part-time courses of more than 6 months are expected not to remain in the UK for extended periods of time. The majority of study must be taken outside the UK and generally students will enter for the residential session and leave shortly after. It is not possible as a visitor on a course of more than six months to make the UK your main study location or residence, or make frequent or successive visits to stay in the UK for extended periods.
The programme office can provide you with a letter of support for immigration purposes. Please note the Cambridge Executive Master of Accounting programme is not eligible to be sponsored for a student visa.
Meet us in person or join us online at an admissions event and learn more about the Cambridge Executive Master of Accounting programme:
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