Master of Studies (MSt) degrees
A Master of Studies (MSt) is a part-time Master’s degree. It is usually undertaken over two years, and contains a significant taught element and a research project with associated dissertation.
Cambridge's MSt programmes are designed to be flexible in order to support students with a variety of circumstances, including international students. Find out more about what an MSt involves.
Please note that due to Government policy changes we are no longer able to accept TOEFL language test. Please contact the Admissions team if you feel this affects your application.
Select the course you wish to study from the MSt course directory.
Download the MSt application guide which gives details of the process and what you need to do and consider as a potential applicant. You can either print it out as a handy reference or use it electronically.
Visit this page when you're ready to start the application process. Please consider the first two steps (see above) before you begin.
A list of key contacts for each MSt course.
MSt handbook for University staff
If you are involved in delivering MSt programmes, you may find this handbook useful. It has been designed as a guide to the proposal, approvals and administration processes of MSts and is not intended as a guide for students.
The programme synthesizes the rigour of the Cambridge education with an innovative, modular structure, and working intensely with top-level academics and practitioners. This unique formula enables one to not only apply theory to practice, but also advance one’s career alongside the university’s world-renowned atmosphere of inquiry and contribution.
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