Here’s an overview of the stages in the admissions process:
Once the admissions team has received an application and the supporting documentation, you are notified if you have been shortlisted for a Skype interview with the Programme Director. The purpose of the interview is to further gauge your suitability for the programme.
The Admissions Committee makes a recommendation about you, and this is submitted to Cambridge Judge Business School’s Degree Committee for approval.
If you are successful, the Registry Manager of the Institute of Continuing Education will issue a formal offer letter. The offer of a place at the programme will tend to come with conditions attached. These might be financial (proving that you have the funds to pay for the programme), language related (proving that your English language skills are proficient), and/or academic (submitting original documents). It is your responsibility to meet these requirements and provide the necessary evidence.
The offer will also be subject to you obtaining College membership. The request for membership to the College of your choice is made by the Programme Manager.
This is the final stage of the applications process. Once you have met all the conditions of your admission and have the offer of a College place, you will be notified that you may begin your programme at the start of the academic year. At this stage you can start making arrangements such as visa, travel and accommodation.