MPhil in Technology Policy
The MPhil in Technology Policy is an intensive masters programme for those with science or engineering backgrounds. Over nine months, you’ll develop skills in integrating technology, management, economics, and policy.
With focus on business-government interaction, you’ll learn to:
- Anticipate technology trends
- Analyse and influence legislative developments
- Identify business opportunities created by policy initiatives, regulation, and legislation
- Understand wider political and institutional context.
You’ll be supported throughout by Cambridge Judge Business School faculty working in operations, strategy, and especially in economics and policy.
While not an absolute requirement, prior work experience will generally count in an applicant’s favour.
The minimum standard required is a First Class Honours or international equivalent. A degree in science or engineering will normally be expected but in the past graduates from other disciplines with a strong interest in technology policy and a solid quantitative background have joined the programme.
Maths and stats proficiency
Degree-level study of a quantitative discipline is expected.