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Cross-sector collaboration is the subject of much scholarship, but how does it work in a pandemic?
Meet programme director Dr Neil Stott and the admissions team to explore the programme at one of our upcoming webinars. Further information with available dates will be posted online.
Please note that the deadline to apply for the Master of Studies in Social Innovation is closed. The next window will open in September 2020 for the 2021 intake.
Our newest cohort of graduates share their hopes for their futures as social innovators
I arrived at London King’s Cross station with mixed feelings. Excited, anxious and uncertain of the journey I was about to embark on for the start of the Masters in Social Innovation.
An academically rigorous part-time programme designed for practitioners from the business, public and social sectors who wish to lead innovative solutions to pressing social issues.
The MSt in Social Innovation is delivered through residential sessions and online delivery over two years.
There is a variety of funding available from the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation and other centres.
Check if you meet our minimum requirements and find out how to apply to the MSt in Social Innovation.
The programme attracts a vibrant community of students, faculty, fellows & external practitioners.
How our Master of Studies in Social Innovation student community is supporting each other. The MSt in Social Innovation equips our students …
The contributions of black business and management leaders is the focus of the latest Social Innovation Think Tank webinar at Cambridge Judge. …
A blog on connectivity in Latin America by José F. Otero, a student on the MSt in Social Innovation programme. Written by …
Read news & opinion from the programme
Applications are open from 1 October 2020 until 31 March 2021.
Find out how to apply
Want to register your interest in the MSt in Social Innovation? You’ll also have the opportunity to have us review your CV or ask any questions you have.
Giving back, paying forward
How our student community is supporting each other