The MPhil in Innovation, Strategy, and Organisation (ISO) is a nine-month programme for those pursuing a research career in applying the ISO domain to the interdisciplinary study of organisations.
A number of scholarships are available, from ESRC scholarships to University of Cambridge and College scholarships.
For those continuing to the PhD, admissions are handled during your MPhil year. This is subject to your performance on the programme and the availability of a suitable supervisor.
Applications for entry in 2021/22 have now closed.
Applications for entry in October 2022 will open in September 2021.
Fees & scholarships
Programme cost: £13,002 (Home status) or £31,734 (Overseas/international status)
Visit the Postgraduate Admissions website to learn about course costs, your fee status and more.
There are a range of scholarships available to MPhil students at Cambridge Judge Business School.
After receiving the MPhil ISO, Jonah joined the PhD programme in 2019 as a Benavitch Scholar at St Catharine’s College. His research aims to answer how healthy entrepreneurial ecosystems are developed in communities – whether they are globally connected or geographically and economically isolated.
The MPhil in Innovation, Strategy & Organisation is an interdisciplinary programme exploring innovation and change through three interconnecting themes: innovation and work practices, innovation and strategic change, and new organisational forms.
The programme seeks to provide the methodological and theoretical foundation for further research and is specifically aimed at students intending to continue to a PhD degree, whether in Cambridge or elsewhere. Students who complete the MPhil and proceed to the Cambridge Judge Business School PhD programme can apply to have their MPhil year counted towards their residence requirements for the PhD.
The MPhil in Innovation, Strategy & Organisation programme consists of:
- three core courses, one for each of the three areas of Innovation, Strategy and Organisation
- two research methodology core courses
- a specialist elective
- 12,000 word dissertation
Assessment will be by written examination, project, or course work, depending upon the nature of the particular course. Each course carries the same weighting towards the final mark. The 12,000 word dissertation is equivalent to three courses.
Tirza’s research focuses on environmental sustainability and organisational culture – in particular, on how individuals can leverage organisational culture in order to advance issues of sustainability in their organisations.