Many of our graduates have been offered positions within the companies they completed their internship with. The Global Master’s in Management programme attracts a diverse range of students, and each year we carefully select a vibrant cohort from a wide variety of backgrounds and international locations. Students must have a minimum of 12 months’ previous work experience in order to apply, as they will be joining an MBA classroom.
The School of Business and Management has a reputation as a socially-engaged management school, with an innovative, multidisciplinary, mindful and responsible approach. We invite our students to ask incisive questions, to challenge their assumptions, and to search for solutions to real-world challenges. We invest in both your educational and personal development, and you will be assigned an Academic Advisor who will be there to support you throughout your time at Queen Mary.
This programme is for students who aspire to management-level and leadership roles within their chosen industry. We are proud to be the only UK programme to offer the CEMS double degree, with 33 leading partner business schools worldwide, and access to a global network of over 68 corporate partners and 8 social partners . We also offer the MBA exchange term, giving an opportunity to join a leading MBA classroom in the US and Asia. Alternatively, you can opt to explore LSE’s huge range of electives, and specialise in your own area of interest; the choice is yours. It engages students with a range of methods, tools and techniques used in industry to organise, plan and control successful project delivery.
Programme Structure And Courses
The online teaching, where you will be physically apart from your lecturer, can be ‘live’ with your lecturer present and where you’ll be able to interact. Some of it may be self-directed which means that you can access the learning materials at a time to suit you. For students who fall short of only the English language requirement, we offer a range of Pre-Master’s training programmes that you may take before starting your Master’s qualification. We consider all applications on their merits and will look at each individual case before making an offer so students who fall slightly short of the entry criteria should still apply to the School of Management. Our extensive range of first-class facilities are designed to help you throughout your studies and fully equip you for your future endeavours. You will have access to spacious study areas and the latest audio-visual equipment to support teaching and learning.
- Every student belongs to a college, and all students pay a small which supports the running of college events and activities.
- Our graduates are in high demand by employers, and GMiM graduates have taken roles across a wide variety of sectors, in companies across the globe.
- They are also supported by a team of international visiting industry speakers and professors who bring the latest thinking and best practice into the classroom.
- It predominantly explores how an organisation positions itself with regard to its changing environment, and in particular its competitors, in order to gain and sustain competitive advantage.
Throughout, we help you to develop the skills necessary to meet the complex and dynamic organisational challenges of the 21stcentury. These offer you the chance to broaden your horizons through a wide range of business-related topics, with speakers from the Bank of England, Shazam, Shell and Dell to name just a few. You will learn the fundamentals of managing people and organisations and you will gain a good understanding of the primary factors shaping the contemporary business environment. You will thereby acquire the practical capabilities needed for the challenges of the fast-paced business environment. This is complemented by a range of electives aligned to potential careers in management. Some electives will take you beyond the classroom experience and act as capstones to your educational and practical experiences.
Taught Postgraduate Study
In these analyses, you will apply analytical techniques from strategy, finance, accounting, organisational theory, organizational behaviour, marketing, economics and operations management. The exchange term provides an opportunity for students to immerse themselves in an environment that differs from LSE both culturally and academically, by joining a programme that applies a more practice-based approach to learning. The exchange term provides a contrast to the more academically theoretical programme at LSE, and the chance to specialise in international management with a wider breadth of international knowledge and experience. You will gain a unique exposure to the socio-economic environment of real business throughout the programme, learning alongside a diverse cohort of classmates from around the world. You will start by studying subjects that are central to a career in management today, including finance and accounting, organisational behaviour and strategic management. In term two you will deepen your understanding of management by studying operations and marketing management as well as management research methods.
Applicants from a small number of Chinese universities that specialise in business, management, finance or creative arts will be given special consideration by the University. The full list of these universities and the Shanghai band under which they will be considered can be found in the PDF below. All other programmes if they have achieved or are likely to achieve final marks of 82%-87%. To develop skills in analysis and modelling of management situations and a sophisticated approach to evaluation of alternatives in complex scenarios.
Gives a basic grounding in the key management disciplines which will be taught chronologically. Students will therefore be provided with an overview of the development of management disciplines and will develop an understanding of the disciplinary anchors in sociology, psychology and economics. An extensive first-year curriculum gives a clear understanding of the real challenges facing managers and organisations operating in a global context.
The internship placement will provide you with the opportunity to gain invaluable practical experience and apply what you have learnt during the course in an organisational environment. You will deepen your management knowledge and gain the potential to build a network of contacts. You will develop your management consultancy skills, and have the opportunity to apply them while role-playing a management consulting project working in a team on a genuine business issue, competing against other teams. The School will always notify the affected parties as early as practicably possible and propose any viable and relevant alternative options. An intensive introduction to quantitative data analysis in the social sciences. The course is intended for students with no previous experience of quantitative methods or statistics.