Masters in Organisational Change - how to apply

Ashridge Masters in Organisational Consulting

Programme fee

The programme fee for the Masters in Organisational Change is £25,000. This is exclusive of VAT, but includes accomodation costs.

Loan options for UK residents

Professional and Career Development Loans are bank loans that can be used to help pay for work related learning. You can borrow between £300 and £10,000 to help support the cost of up to two years of learning (or three years if it includes one year’s relevant unpaid practical work). The Government pays the interest on the loan while you are learning and for one month afterwards.

The loan can be used to pay course fees or other costs such as travel and living expenses. You can also use the loan to supplement other forms of support such as grants or bursaries. Because the Professional and Career Development Loan is a commercial loan product, they should only be considered as an option once all other student funding options have been investigated.

For further information on financial assistance to support your learning, please visit www.gov.uk/career-development-loans

The Ashridge learning provider registration number is: 12357.

Your profile

This programme is designed for experienced practitioners who wish to further develop their ability to work successfully and effectively in organisations. You are currently working in an organisational intervention role such as a leader, change agent, manager of change, facilitator, internal consultant/advisor, external organisation or management consultant.
Typically, you will have at least five years' experience.

Admissions requirements

The criteria for entry will normally be:

  • first degree or equivalent academic award, or evidence of appropriate conceptual and study skills
  • at least five years' experience in an organisational intervention role
  • ability to reflect on and learn from own actions, motivation to participate in a peer learning community, and some awareness of one's own emotional and behavioural process

Application process

The application process is designed to enable both applicants and programme staff to explore and assure a fit between the expectations and demands of the programme and the needs and capabilites of the participants. It may include:

  • Submission of a completed application form
  • References: Submission of two referees
  • Interview: We invite applicants to come to Ashridge and meet a member of faculty and possibly other prospective participants

(Concessions available to self-funding individuals).

You can apply for the AMOC programme through our online application portal.

If you are experiencing problems applying online, you can print off and fill in an application form.