When can I apply for the 2022/23 programme?
Applications for 2022 entry will open in September 2021. You are required to apply via the Applicant Portal. Guidance is available on the Postgraduate Admissions website.
What’s the deadline for applications?
The closing date for applications is 25 February 2022. However, candidates are strongly advised to send in their applications well before this date and ideally before the University’s December funding deadline.
Please note that all supporting documents, including reference letters, should have arrived by the advertised deadline.
What are the requirements for entry into the programme?
View our minimum requirements for entry to the MPhil in Management. The MPhil is a full-time programme and requires the completion of any current training or education programme or release from your current institution for the duration of your study.
While checking the entry requirements please note that for any of the MPhil/MRes programmes at Cambridge Judge Business School we only accept and require two academic references.
Is there an application fee?
There is an application charge of £75. Visit the Postgraduate Admissions’ Application Fee webpage to learn more and to find out which nationals are entitled to a fee waiver.
Do you require work experience?
This is a pre-experience, professional practice programme. We do not accept applicants with more than a year of work experience (excluding vacation employment and internships). Suitably qualified candidates with work experience may wish to consider one of our post-experience programmes.
Do you require a GRE/GMAT score as part of the application process?
A GRE/GMAT score is not a requirement.
I have an undergraduate degree in Business and/or Management. Am I eligible for the MPhil in Management programme?
The programme is designed for graduates who have not previously studied business and management. If you have previously studied more than three modules on the subject of marketing, strategy, finance, accounting, operations, human resources or supply chains, you will not be eligible for the programme. View a list of business and management-related modules.