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Fees & funding

We encourage our candidates to start researching all available financial options and making the necessary plans to ensure that they have sufficient resources to finance the programme as early as possible. 

Financing your Master of Accounting (MAcc) is a major commitment, and an early application can help with securing financing, funding or bursaries. This is because many University scholarships are awarded early in the year and you will need to have a MAcc offer in place before you can apply for them. 

Please note that in order to fulfil the conditional offer requirements it is necessary to produce evidence of funding sources for both years of the programme.

Fees

The total fees for the Master of Accounting over two years for 2019/20 entry are:

Tuition fees (including course materials) & basic membership of a Cambridge College £49,000
Additional expenses for a total of eight residential weeks* £6,000 - £16,000
Application fee (non-refundable) £150
Total fees £55,150 - £65,150

*Additional expenses are estimated and based on the cost of commercial accommodation and transport to and from Cambridge. Depending on residency, these costs may vary considerably. If College accommodation is available, Colleges may also request a refundable deposit against costs of accommodation booked during the duration of the programme. Some Colleges also charge a small fee for membership of its alumni association, combination room or small costs associated with graduation.

Fee payment schedule

Tuition fees can be paid in one or two instalments. These options are available to both self-funded and employer-sponsored participants:

Option 1 – reservation fee plus one instalment

Payment Amount due in GBP
Reservation fee £7,350
Remaining fees payable by 2 September 2019 £41,650
Total fees £49,000

Cambridge Judge bursaries and scholarships are deducted as one instalment.

Option 2 – reservation fee plus two instalments

Payment Amount due in GBP
Reservation fee £7,350
Instalment one payable by 2 September 2019 £24,500
Instalment two payable by 2 September 2020 £17,150
Total fees £49,000

Cambridge Judge bursaries and scholarships are deducted across both instalments.

Applying for funding from your employer

The Cambridge Master of Accounting (MAcc) will benefit not just you as you advance your career, but also any company that employs you. Many people secure funding from their company to pursue further professional education.

Download our advice to help you with that process  (pdf, 107KB)

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Applications are now open for entry in September 2019.

Deadline: 3 June 2019

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