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Executive Global Master's in Management

This highly challenging and rewarding programme is the LSE alternative to an MBA, providing the same outstanding training in management and leadership, but with a much deeper understanding of the geo-political and socio-economic contexts which fundamentally underpin the success or failure of businesses across the world.

This unique programme is designed for experienced working professionals in any industry,  providing a route to transition into a top-level senior management career.    

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The EGMiM is the LSE alternative to an MBA, providing a much deeper understanding of the real-world environment in which businesses operate across the globe. 

The programme is founded in the LSE's tradition of academic excellence (ranked #2 in the world for social sciences and management), giving a deeper academic insight into global business. This enables our students to make more insightful and effective business decisions, and achieve higher-level and longer-lasting career success. They are equipped with the talent to become innovative industry leaders, and thrive with future challenges in the fast-moving global environment.

Whether you would like to transition to a management role in your current organisation, move to a different job function or industry, or manage your own company, this programme will develop your talent and provide the foundation to transform your career.

We provide our students with an understanding of business from a truly global perspective: 

Global locations:  with classroom modules in London, China and India, our students gain experience in three contrasting markets. Learning directly from established western traditions in London, new global dominance in Asia, and India’s rapidly emerging market, our students visit companies and meet LSE alumni in local business communities, providing a unique understanding of international business. 

Global classroom:  we carefully select a very diverse cohort of students each year, who will be living and working in a wide range of locations across the world. This means that learning is enriched by the diversity of international perspectives brought together in the classroom, giving every student an insight into the experiences of their classmates from across the globe.

Global learning:  this programme takes a global perspective on the Master’s in Management curriculum, taught by our world-leading international faculty. Core courses in the key areas of management are designed to give an understanding of the social, political and economic architecture in which global business operates. 

Graduating Students

Recent coverage of the EGMiM programme, faculty and students in the international media:

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Economist MBA diary: Executive research
The Economist, 30 June 2015

By Ben Abbate, EGMiM student

'The Executive Global Master’s in Management (EGMiM) at the London School of Economics requires students to conduct original research.  Ben Abbate, a student on the programme, explains why this benefits his business life...'

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Actions Speak Louder Than Words – Why Adaptive Non-Verbal Communication is a Key Leadership Tool
The European Business Review, 22 May 2015

By Dr Connson Locke, EGMiM Deputy Programme Director 

'Non-verbal communication is extremely influential in interpersonal encounters, and knowing how to leverage non-verbal signals effectively can be a key leadership tool. In this article, Dr. Locke from LSE demonstrates the falsity behind the conventionally held belief that leaders should always act a certain way...'

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Foreign Direct Investment: Can China Teach the World a Lesson?
The European Financial Review, 10 February 2015

By Prof Saul Estrin, EGMiM Programme Director

'Professor Saul Estrin examines China’s growth as a global leader, and its growing global reach resulting from Foreign Direct Investment. As well as attracting inbound investment from abroad China is now becoming a major global player in outbound investment, teaching us valuable lesson about global foreign direct investment. 

As Programme Director for the Executive Global Master’s in Management programme at LSE‭, ‬I made the decision to relocate to Beijing this year to teach about Foreign Direct Investment‭ ‬‭(‬FDI‭)...'

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Una maestría no necesita ser de sostenibilidad para hablar de gerencia sostenible
AmericaEconomia, 26 January 2014

Featuring our Colombian EGMiM alum Carolina Ibarra

'Carolina Ibarra es una emprendedora colombiana y directora en del Centro de Liderazgo y Emprendimiento en CESA. A continuación, explica su experiencia cursando el Executive Global Masters in Management en LSE, programa bastante especial, con escasa presencia latinoamericana y mayor énfasis en temas poco explorados en otras maestrías...'

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Mark Doumba

Dubai entrepreneur connects small businesses with
international investors

The National UAE, 18 January 2014

Featuring our EGMiM alum Mark-Alexandre Doumba

'An up-and-coming entrepreneur has taken it upon himself to hook up budding businesses in Africa with power hubs, such as China and the UAE, to give them new horizons...'

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Leading Innovation through Executive Education
The European Business Review, 18 November 2014

By Prof Saul Estrin, EGMiM Programme Director

'In today’s fast-changing global environment, business leaders need new tools to face new challenges like never before. Innovation is one such tool. Here, we pick Professor Saul Estrin’s brain about how LSE’s Department of Management is preparing the business executives of today for the challenges they may face tomorrow...'

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How LSE’s Executive Global Masters in Management Helped an Enterprising Executive
QS Tob MBA, 28 October 2014

Featuring our Colombian EGMiM alum Carolina Ibarra

'Carolina Ibarra Castañeda’s business school experience was a catalyst for personal change. Before embracing LSE’s Executive Global Masters in Management, Castañeda was a business consultant...'

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London School of Economics launches Executive Global Master’s in Management
Japan Herald, 17 October 2014

'With a decline in applications for the traditional EMBA, the London School of Economics has launched the Executive Global Masters in Management (EGMiM), as "an intellectual alternative to the MBA." ...'

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The Economist

Know the causes of things - student diary
The Economist, 1 October 2014

By our EGMiM alum Ben Abbate

'My cohort, a cosy group of 27, holds a total of 50 passports. Not a single one of us both lives and works in our home country. There are roughly five working languages in our class discussions—more if you count the slang.  If you think you are global, think again. This is the Executive Global Master’s in Management (EGMiM) at the London School of Economics...'

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Learning how to sweeten the deal in Russia
St Petersburg Times, 24 September 2014

Featuring our Russian EGMiM student Joszef Blasko

'Currently enrolled at the London School of Economics, Joszef Blasko understands the importance of higher education at a time when the job market is volatile and more competitive...'

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Broader view of Business
Times of India, 13 August 2014

'Specialised master's programmes in business and management have been gaining in popularity in recent years. One such degree, the Executive Global Masters in Management (EGMiM), offered at the London School of Economics (LSE), is an alternative to a traditional MBA...'

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