Apply for a Masters Degree Course at Cass Business School, London
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Cass Business School operates on a rolling admissions basis. This means that candidates apply for, and are admitted to, our programmes all year round. Most of our applications are received early in the academic year. To maximise your chances of receiving a positive response, we strongly suggest you apply as early as possible. We aim to return a decision within 6 weeks of receiving your application.
Cass Business School is not responsible for the return of any submitted documents.
We operate a rolling admissions policy and invite students to apply as early as possible. There are no set deadlines and notification of the closure date is added to the course overview page when closure is imminent.
The UK Border Agency requires proof of English proficiency from all incoming students on a Tier 4 Visa EXCEPT those who are nationals of a majority English-speaking country OR those who have successfully completed an academic qualification, at least equivalent to a UK bachelor's degree, which was taught in a majority English-speaking country*:
• Antigua and Barbuda
• The Bahamas
• New Zealand
• St Kitts and Nevis
• St Lucia
• St Vincent and the Grenadines
• Trinidad and Tobago
• United Kingdom
• United States of America
This is in addition to all academic requirements on any offer made by Cass.
We require all Cass MSc students who have not studied a degree programme taught in English before to have an overall IELTS score of at least 7.0 (with a minimum of 6.5 in writing) or a TOEFL of 107
More information on the visa application process is available from The UK Border Agency.
Once you have accepted an offer of a place at Cass you can to apply to City University's accommodation service for a place to live during your studies. However, please note that the accommodation service cannot accept applications until you have paid your deposit.
I chose to study a Masters degree as I feel this is crucial in distinguishing you from the competition in such a competitive sector as banking. I selected London because it is a great city to live in with a great range of sport, music, art and nightlife. Also, access to job opportunities was a big factor in my decision making.'
Ray Chou from Taiwan, MSc in Finance