Applicants are required to have a first or upper second class honours UK degree in an engineering or science discipline, or an equivalent standard from an overseas university.
Applicants whose first language is not English may be required to take an English language proficiency test to satisfy the Board that they can read, write and speak English to the required standard.
All applications for postgraduate study at Cambridge must be made through .
The deadline for applications for this course is the last day of June each year but if you require funding please see the deadlines for funding
To secure the College of your choice and to take advantage of any bursary which applicants may be eligible for, early application is encouraged (i.e. before April for the course starting in the October of that year).
The Board of Graduate Studies ceases to process applications for the new academic year after 30th June.
The combined university and college fees (2016-17 estimated figures) are £9,753 for home and EU students and £25,770 for overseas students. Living costs are estimated at £12,320 (plus £350 for non UK students). Further details are available at the website.
The Department of Engineering and the Centre for Sustainable Development are not able to provide any funding for ESD MPhil students.
ATAS Certificates: If you are an overseas students you will require an ATAS certificate before you make your Tier 4 visa application. We recommend that you apply for this early. Follow the guidelines carefully and use the wording provided by the University. Do not add any other wording!
For more information about ATAS see:http://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/international-students/immigration/atas
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