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Masters in Entrepreneurship fees & funding

The tuition fees for the programme running 2021-2023 are £34,800 (£17,400 per year). Fees are the same for both UK and overseas students.

Students that decide to leave after one year will pay £17,400 and complete their studies with the qualification of Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurial Studies (PGDES).

There is a non-refundable application fee of £70.

The tuition fees for the Masters include College membership. The benefits of College membership are specific to that College. You will apply to a College as part of the application process.

Programme fees do not include:

  • Travel to Cambridge
  • Accommodation during the residential sessions; students are advised to stay at their College during the residential sessions
  • Meals for residential sessions*

* Please note some College lunches and dinners, as well as refreshments within the School, will be provided free of charge at these sessions.


No scholarships are offered by the Business School or the University for the Masters in Entrepreneurship programme.

EU citizens may be eligible for a UK government loan. There are also details of (very limited) other funding opportunities.

The Entrepreneurship Scholarship Programme

The aim of this scholarship programme is to provide 20 scholarships of £500 to candidates who can clearly demonstrate academic excellence and/or entrepreneurial potential. It’s open to all postgraduates and undergraduates (including international students).

Visit the Entrepreneurship Scholarship Programme website to find out more

Other funding opportunities

There are opportunities for postgraduate study through loans, studentships, bursaries and grants – or perhaps your employer will fund you.

Visit the UK Government website for further guidance


The Lendwise Loan Programme is available to help you finance the Masters in Entrepreneurship programme at Cambridge Judge Business School.

Once you have been offered a place on the programme you can apply directly for a loan through Lendwise’s website.

The University of Cambridge is not a lender and is not recommending, endorsing or in any way connected with Lendwise or their products. The University is providing this link for information only and without guarantee of accuracy. We recommend that candidates investigate all financing options available to them, including local options.