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The cost of the Stanford MEM programme is approximately $18,491 each quarter for full-time. Students who only attend part-time pay $12,540 every quarter.
Fees: In addition to paying tuition, students must also pay fees. These fees pay for a range of costs, including student government dues, technology fees, and health insurance for students. Fees are $2,376 for full-time students and $1,770 for part-time students per quarter for the 2023–2024 academic year.
Living costs: Living costs change based on the lifestyle and housing preferences of the student. For a single student living on campus, however, a conservative estimate of living costs is $14,537 each quarter. Housing, food, transportation, personal, and health insurance costs are included in this.
Supplies and books: The price of books Depending on the student’s course load and academic interests, the cost of books and supplies may vary. However, $500 each quarter is a fair estimate for books and supplies.
Transit: Depending on the student’s commute requirements and available transit options, the cost of transportation varies. However, $200 each quarter is a fair estimate for transportation.
Additional costs: Additional costs could include things like entertainment, travel, and presents. Depending on the student’s particular spending habits, the price of these expenses may vary.
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You will receive support from our dedicated Career Zone team, who provide excellent career guidance at all stages of career planning. The Career Zone provides one-on-one support and is home to a wealth of business and industry contacts. Additionally, they host useful training events, workshops and lectures which are designed to further support you in developing your enterprise acumen. Please visit the Career Zone for additional information on their services.
|IELTS, IELTS Online and IELTS Indicator (International English Language Testing System – academic version)
|6.0 overall and no less than 6.0 in any section
|TOEFL iBT and TOEFL iBT Home Edition and TOEFL iBT Paper Edition
|Overall score 87 with minimum scores of 21 for writing, listening, reading and speaking. MyBest scores are not accepted
|Pearson Test of English (Academic) PTE
|64 overall with no less than 64 in all communicative skills
|LanguageCert International ESOL SELT
|LanguageCert International ESOL SELT B2 Communicator with minimum minimum 33 in writing, speaking, listening & reading
|Study Group Academic English
|Minimum of 60% overall, no less than 60% in any section
|Skills for English:SELT
Whilst they don’t have a formal deadline for application to Postgraduate study, we encourage you to apply as soon as possible, as this will allow us to make a carefully considered and timely decision. We close to applications wishing to join us for study in 2023/2024 on Friday 15 September 2023.
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A range of full, £10,000 and £5,000 scholarships are on offer. The number of awards available at each level varies.
Postgraduate taught awards for January 2024 entry are being offered for the following campus-based Masters programmes in the Faculty of Environment, Science and Economy:
Only the programmes listed above are eligible (Postgraduate Certificates and Diplomas are not eligible).
You can apply for one of these scholarships if you:
If you are yet to make your Masters programme application then please visit our Postgraduate taught study pages. You are encouraged to submit your programme application promptly, for the best chance of receiving your admission decision before the scholarship deadline.
Scholarship recipients are selected on:
This programme is modular and flexible, carrying 180 credits (240 credits for the Engineering Business Management with Industrial Placement variant) in total and offering flexibility in choice of modules studied.
MSc Engineering Business Management consists of seven core engineering, business and management focussed modules totalling 180 credits. This includes the 60-credit Engineering MSc project, and two 15-credit optional modules.
The programme begins in September each year and the taught elements are concluded by May. The Engineering MSc project, under the personal supervision of a research expert in the chosen area, continues until September.
The modules we outline here provide examples of what you can expect to learn on this degree course based on recent academic teaching. The precise modules available to you in future years may vary depending on staff availability and research interests, new topics of study, timetabling and student demand.
We aim to make to make appropriate adjustments for undergraduate and taught postgraduate students who are eligible for additional specific provisions during exams or assessments in accordance with their Individual Learning Plan (ILP). Please see question 1.9 below for details of arrangements made for students who normally receive extra time or rest breaks.
If you wish to discuss your ILP and your ability to complete the January 2024 exams please contact us before 5pm on Monday 6 November in order for any adjustments to be considered.
If you are based in Exeter, please contact [email protected] for any queries related to a mental health condition, and contact [email protected] for any queries related to any other disability or health condition.
If you are based in Penryn, please contact [email protected].
To support you as you prepare for the exams there’s lots of guidance available via the Study Zone Digital.
The Study Zone (Exeter) and Study Hub (Penryn) have many resources to help you manage your workload, including drop-ins and online support.
We have published a Student Handbook for Exams, which we advise all students read before the exam period.
You can enter all types of work experience in the Education and Experience section as well as detailing these experiences on your CV (Resumé).
All students must use a Confirmation of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) to apply for a Student Visa. The University will generate a CAS number for an applicant once their offer is unconditional and has been firmly accepted. The CAS number will sent via email, as will the CAS Statement. Applicants must ensure all details in the CAS are correct before submitting a visa application. For further information please visit our International Student Support website.
You need to provide us with a reference from an academic referee who is in a position to comment on the standard of your academic work and suitability for postgraduate level study. Full details of what a reference needs to contain and how to send it to Postgraduate Admissions can be found here.
Please note that we will not contact a referee and make a reference request on your behalf.
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