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How to apply for our Masters Courses

Admissions for 2017/8 are now closed.

We will open for 2018/9 in November 2017.

Cass Business School operates on a rolling admissions basis. This means that candidates apply for, and are admitted to, our Masters 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.

Each of our Masters courses may have specific application requirements and we strongly recommend you learning more about individual courses by visiting the relevant course page.

Online application

If you require any guidance for completing the application form, please see our blog post or contact your Admissions Officer.

Masters courses deadlines

Courses will close when they are full and notification of the closure date is added to the course overview page when closure is imminent.

Please note that the final date for receiving applications from overseas students requiring a Tier 4 visa will be 21st July 2017. This is to ensure you have enough time to apply for and receive your visa before the start of the course. After this date we recommend you contact the relevant Admissions Officer for further guidance.

For a successful application to receive an unconditional status all documents must be verified, so an original or certified copy of the degree transcript must be sent by post to Specialist Masters Programme Office, 106 Bunhill Row, London, EC1Y 8TZ, UK.

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