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Department of Land Economy

Environment, Law & Economics

Fees and Funding


The fees for the 2023-25 course will be £15,900 per annum and for the two-year MSt course a total of £31,800.  This is the fee for both for Home/EU students and for overseas students and includes both the tuition and college membership fees.

Students are expected to cover their own costs of travel, accommodation and subsistence during residential sessions in Cambridge. Costs for accommodation are estimated at up to £320* for each of the 7 residential weeks. 

*This is an estimated amount and costs may vary depending on room choices and availability.



The Combined Graduate Fee

(University and College membership fees)


(£15,900 pa)


Based on an estimate of £320 per residential week (Total of seven weeks over the two-year course)


Course Total

For the complete two-year course


** College accommodation rates are set independently by the College.  Costs vary depending on the standard of accommodation and do not include meals.



Since the academic year 2016/17, the Government has for the first time provided a loan for postgraduate masters study. For courses starting after 1st August 2018 students can get up to £10,609 per course.  Eligibility for the loan is restricted to students resident in England and some students from the EU (who meet the residency requirements). Visit the Master's Loan website for more information.


Other funding

A number of possible sources of funding for part-time study can be found on The University's Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) listings . Visit the ICE website to find out more.

The University of Cambridge has a variety of funding schemes administered by offices, departments, faculties, institutions and colleges. Find out more about potential funding from the University.   Please note  that many are not available to part-time students undertaking Master of Studies courses.


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