The Technology Management Policy Graduate Consortium prepares our graduates to excel in their technical fields, and to develop and implement effective strategies for dealing with the risks and opportunities associated with those technologies. Each university decides on the number of students it will send to the Consortium meeting and the organisers then determine the programme based on the abstracts submitted. Awards are given for the best papers and presentations.
About the Consortium
Beginning in 2002, a number of graduate programmes which focus on technology, management and public policy created a "graduate consortium" that brings together faculty and advanced students from each programme at the beginning of each summer. These meetings are built around the interdisciplinary work being conducted by graduate students who give research presentations (either platform talks or posters), which provides an opportunity to get feedback from faculty and their fellow students. The objective of the meeting is to help students build a sense of global community, to network and develop a better sense of where their work fits in the broader community of scholarship, and to learn about how programmes at other institutions are structured and what they are doing.
Previous meetings have taken place in:
- 2015 Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
- 2014 IST Lisbon
- 2013 MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA
- 2012 TU-Delft, The Netherlands (joint with CESUN conference)
- 2011 Penn State University, State College, PA, USA
- 2010 University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England
- 2009 Simon Fraser Univesity, Vancouver, Canada
- 2008 Universiteit Utrecht / TU Delft, NL
- 2007 Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
- 2006 IST Lisbon, Portugal
- 2005 MIT, Boston, MA, USA
- 2004 University of Cambridge, UK
- 2003 George Mason University, Washington DC, USA
- 2002 TU-Delft, Netherlands
Deadline for applications: 29 Jun 2017
However we recommend you apply before December.
Cambridge Trusts funding deadlines are 12 October for US applicants, 7 December for applicants from all other countries.
Funding available to our MPhil in Technology Policy students includes University of Cambridge scholarships, Cambridge Judge Business School bursaries, and external scholarships.
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