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Masters in Entrepreneurship fees & funding

The 2023-2025 Cambridge Judge Business School tuition fees for the Masters in Entrepreneurship programme are £35,400 (£17,700 per year). 

Students that decide to leave after one year will pay £17,700 and complete their studies with the qualification of Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurial Studies (PGDES). 

There is a non-refundable application fee of £50. 

Fees 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 most residential sessions.

Financing your entrepreneurship programme

Cambridge Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship Scholarship for Women

Amount: 30% of the MSt in Entrepreneurship tuition fee (£10,620 over two years)
Eligibility: women applicants
Number of awards: 2

Applicants for the MSt in Entrepreneurship will be invited to apply for the scholarship, after an official offer to join the programme in September 2023 has been made.

Cambridge Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship Scholarship for ESG ventures

Amount: 30% of the MSt in Entrepreneurship tuition fee (£10,620 over two years)
Eligibility: applicants who are developing an active venture aiming to tackle ESG issues (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance)
Number of awards: 2

Applicants for the MSt in Entrepreneurship will be invited to apply for the scholarship, after an official offer to join the programme in September 2023 has been made.

Cambridge Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship Travel Bursaries

A small number of bursaries will be offered to Master of Studies students with a funding shortfall to pay for their travel to the residential weeks of the programme. These will be available to students who hold an offer to join the programme in September 2023.

The Rapid Formations Entrepreneur 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 Rapid Formations Entrepreneur Scholarship Programme website to find out more

Other masters 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

Lendwise

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.

StepEx

The StepEx Future Earnings Agreements Programme is available to help you finance the Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship programme at Cambridge Judge Business School.

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

The University of Cambridge is not a lender and is not recommending, endorsing or in any way connected with StepEx 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.

Spark Finance

Spark Finance is available to help you finance the Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship programme at Cambridge Judge Business School.

Once you have been offered a place on the programme you can apply directly for finance through Spark Finance’s website.

The University of Cambridge is not a lender and is not recommending, endorsing or in any way connected with Spark Finance 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.