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Institute of Continuing Education (ICE)

This two-year, part-time Master’s programme is designed for those who wish to study at postgraduate level and are keen to develop high-level skills in historical research.

Course delivery: We plan to deliver our postgraduate and MSt qualifications in-person in the academic year 2022-23. Please note that this will be reviewed in line with the latest public health guidance available at the time. If required, to ensure the health and safety of students, we may look to utilise alternative teaching formats and will contact students if we expect changes to the course delivery.

Register for our Virtual Open Day on 14 December.

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Fees and funding

Fees

The course fee for 2022-24, which includes College membership, is £5,751 per annum for Home students and £12,150 per annum for EU/Overseas students. The combined graduate fee includes college membership.

The fee can be paid across the two years of the course in eight equal instalments. Students taking this course may apply to the following Colleges: Wolfson, St Edmund's, Selwyn or Lucy Cavendish (admitting male students from 2021). Please note that there may be small additional fees payable to a College for specific services provided; for further information please contact the College directly.

Students will be expected to cover the application fee (£75 online) and any costs of travel and accommodation during residential sessions in Cambridge. As a student studying for the MSt in History, you can book en-suite accommodation at Madingley Hall (including breakfast). Please note that, although you will be a member of a College, you will not be entitled to College accommodation.

Funding

Student Finance England (SFE) has introduced a postgraduate loans scheme for full-time and part-time master’s courses. Information on eligibility, the amount of the loan and the level of repayment can be found in SFE’s The Student Room website. Please note that SFE takes applications via its main Student finance website.

There is also further information on our website here: https://www.ice.cam.ac.uk/info/student-loans

Sources of government funding and financial support, including professional and career development loans, can be found on the Student Finance pages of the UK government's website.

The Institute of Continuing Education does not offer any of its bursaries for this course.

Course dates

18 Oct 2022 to 01 Jun 2024

Course duration

2 years

Apply by

25 Mar 2022

Course fee

Home: £11,502
Overseas: £24,300

Course director

Venue

Institute of Continuing Education
University of Cambridge
Cambridge
CB23 8AQ
United Kingdom

Qualifications / Credits

180 credits at Master of Studies

Course code

HSM14