MSt course directory
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Below you will find an overview of the current Master of Studies (MSt) degrees offered by the University of Cambridge. Click through to the further details linked at the end of each description for a complete guide to each course, its structure and what you will be studying.
If you are interested in applying for an MSt, the University of Cambridge is holding its first Postgraduate Open Day on Wednesday 2 November 2016. Find out more about the event and book your place »
The UK has voted to leave the European Union. It is not currently known how long that process will take or the impact that it will have on UK policy on higher education tuition fees, loans and bursaries. However, the University of Cambridge can confirm that Graduate Home/EU students who are already studying at Cambridge, and those who have applied or are applying to start their studies in the academic year 2016/17, will continue to be charged the Home/EU fee rate applicable at the time of their application, provided this continues to be permitted by UK law.
|Course title||Application deadline|
|MSt in Advanced Subject Teaching||24 April 2017|
|MSt in Applied Criminology and Police Management||9 February 2017|
|MSt in Applied Criminology, Penology and Management||9 February 2017|
|MSt in Building History||29 June 2017|
|MSt in Clinical Medicine (Intensive Care)||31 March 2017|
|MSt in Construction Engineering||30 April 2017|
|MSt in Creative Writing||30 January 2017|
|MSt in History||Biennial intake|
|MSt in Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment (see IDBE website for information)|
|MSt in International Relations||30 March 2017|
|MSt in Real Estate||30 April 2017|
|MSt in Social Innovation||30 March 2017|
|MSt in Sustainability Leadership||30 March 2017|
The MSt was a remarkable gift. I learned as much from my classmates as I did from the professors. There is something to be said about being in an environment that makes you want to be a better person, in all aspects of life, not just in academia.