Cass MSc Admissions

Advice and Information from the MSc Admissions team

October 9, 2014
by MSc Admissions Team
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Preparing for your 2015 application

As I write this, the corridors of Cass Business School are abuzz with the sound of students; today is the Clubs and Societies Fair where students can sign up for the numerous opportunities available to take part in extracurricular activities, make new friends from all corners of the globe, and add valuable skills to their CVs. Everyone I have spoken to has expressed their excitement about starting their degree and the prospects for the year ahead, whether they be career-related or simply forging lasting friendships and getting to know a new, vibrant city. We wish everyone all the best in their studies!

If this makes you eager to start your application for our September 2015 intake, keep reading! We will be opening for applications around November – please keep an eye on our website for further details. However, before you rush into submitting an application think carefully about which course is best for you. You may wish to read our earlier post about how to pick the right course. It would be better to take some extra time to read about the courses available and how they will fit in with your career aspirations, than to rush into your application with little preparation and possibly end up on a course that is not right for you. Undertaking a Masters is a significant investment – make sure you understand your own objectives before applying. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend our upcoming Information Sessions, one-to-one sessions and exhibitions, where you can speak to our knowledgeable staff about the courses and admissions process.

In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact the MSc Admissions Team for advice. Please note that, although we are not able to give you any indication of the potential outcome of your application at this stage, we can help you understand the admissions process and entry requirements. We look forward to hearing from you!

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