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Below you’ll find answers to the most common questions we get about the MSt in Entrepreneurship.

Overview FAQs

It’s a part-time master’s degree, which our students normally fit around their venture (or full-time work, if they’re intrapreneurs).

Our Master’s in Entrepreneurship programme teaches you key skills and knowledge through a combination of online courses and practical activities.

Our aim is to help you develop academically, personally and professionally in order to progress your career.

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Curriculum FAQs

No – you’ll mainly study online with interactive teaching groups, so you can complete the programme from anywhere in the world. You just need to ensure you’re available to come to Cambridge for the residentials, as these are compulsory. Attendance at webinars is not compulsory, but strongly encouraged.

Two years.

Our programme begins at the start of September each year.

We encourage you to! Most of our students work on their venture or full-time (in the UK or overseas) while studying for the MSt; the programme is part-time and designed to fit around other commitments.

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Careers FAQs

An MSt is not the usual route into a PhD at CJBS. If you’re thinking of doing a PhD at CJBS after completing a master’s degree, we’d normally recommend one of the specialist research master’s programmes instead.

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Fees and funding FAQs

No – the fee is the same for all students on the programme, regardless of nationality.

Tuition fees for the MSt in Entrepreneurship class of 2024/2026 at Cambridge Judge Business School are £36,600 (£18,300 per year). There is an additional application fee of £50.

For the most up to date information on fees, please see the MSt in Entrepreneurship fees and funding page [link].

The Business School and the University don’t offer scholarships for the MSt in Entrepreneurship. However, you can explore a few funding opportunities available on our fees and funding page [link].

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Applying FAQs

Our applications open in September (the year before you wish to start) and close at the end of May. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible, as we review applications on a rolling basis.

No, if you’re shortlisted for an interview, it will be done via video call.

We invite you to come to our open days to meet members of the faculty and the admissions team. We also offer online information sessions, and you can ask questions via our online query form [link to contact form].

Unfortunately, we can’t accept applications by post – we ask you to apply via our online system [link to portal] instead.

We are unable to defer offers on this programme; if you decide not to take up your offer for the year stated, you’ll need to reapply again for the following year.

Candidates need to be fluent in English to take the MSt in Entrepreneurship programme. If your first language isn’t English, you’ll need to take a language proficiency test and have achieved the minimum score required no more than two years before the start of your programme.

You don’t need to take the test before you apply. However, if you’re made an offer and haven’t already met our requirements, we’ll ask you to take the test.

Please visit the university’s Postgraduate Admissions Immigration page for the most up-to-date information on visa requirements.

The following websites also provide useful information, including how to get a visa, the paperwork required and the location of your nearest British Embassy or Consulate.

UK government website

UKCISA, for overseas students wishing to study in the UK

The fee is £50 per application.

No, we don’t have a minimum working experience requirement. We will ask you to demonstrate previous entrepreneurial experience.

You won’t normally need to complete a GRE/GMAT test. However, if you don’t have a good 2:1 honours degree or the equivalent from an overseas institution, we’ll ask you to take the test. Candidates will need to rank above the 50th percentile in each verbal and quantitative element to be considered.

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Our team are the first point of contact for prospective students of the Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship course. We’re happy to answer any questions you may have about the programme and the admissions process, so please get in touch if you have a query.
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