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Completing & submitting your MPhil in Technology Policy application

Applications can be made online or occasionally by paper application. Both methods of application are handled by the central University.

Please visit the University of Cambridge's Graduate Admissions website to:

All the instructions on how to complete the application are included during the online application process or are present at the top of the paper form.

It's worth taking the time to read the instructions carefully as any mistakes in your application may make it invalid and delay the application process.

Funding deadlines

For those candidates who wish to be considered for Cambridge funding (from the Gates Cambridge Trust, Cambridge Commonwealth Trust and Cambridge Overseas Trust, and the Cambridge International Scholarship Scheme) the application deadline is 3 December, or 9 October if you are a US citizen applying for Gates funding.

Required supporting documents

In addition to the standard University of Cambridge graduate application documents, we ask you to also send the following in support of your application:

  • A copy of your resumé/CV
  • A supporting statement (about two pages of A4 size paper in length) explaining:

    1. Why you have chosen to do the MPhil in Technology Policy
    2. What work experience and other relevant experience (especially leadership experience) you might have
    3. How you feel the MPhil in Technology Policy will help in your future

What happens next?

Learn what happens once you've submitted your application to the MPhil in Technology Policy.

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Applications closed

Admissions for entry in 2020/21 have now closed.

Applications for entry in October 2021 will open in September 2020.

Fees & scholarships

Programme cost: £30,222

Visit the Graduate Admissions website to learn about course costs, your fee status and more. Please note that in addition to the University Composition Fee there is a £1,000 charge to cover the costs of the orientation week, stakeholder engagement activities and an educational visit to Brussels or another European country.

There are a range of scholarships available to MPhil students at Cambridge Judge Business School.

Visit the MPhil Scholarships webpage