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Executive Global Master's in Management

LSE’s cutting-edge alternative to an MBA. Combining intelligent critical thinking with real-world practice, this programme takes a fresh approach to the traditional MBA curriculum to keep pace with today's fast-changing world. 

We provide experienced working professionals in any industry with a unique combination of intellectual skills, networks and practical abilities to achieve outstanding career success in management and leadership.

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Coverage of the EGMiM programme, faculty and students in the international media.

'MBA Alternative' Takes Students To Emerging Markets, Beijing And Bangalore
Business Because, 27 February 2016

Our unique master’s program takes a forward-thinking international approach.

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EGMiM alum named as global rising star in business transformation
Quality Progress Magazine, November 2016

Our alum Brian Scullin is named by Quality Progress Magazine as a global rising star in business transformation in the 40 New Voices of Quality 2016.

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Here’s Why LSE’s EGMiM Could Become The New MBA
Business Because, 27 October 2016

As applications to traditional full-time MBAs stagnate the EGMiM programme offers a fresh alternative.

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Thousands of talented expats want to transform their home countries. Let’s give them the chance
World Economic Forum, 30 September 2016

EGMiM alum Mark Doumba writes for the World Economic Forum.

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Europe's shorter courses dent US MBA
Financial Times, 25 September 2016

Alum Brian Scullin speaks of his choice to join the EGMiM programme, quitting a traditional MBA in the US.

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The MBA For The Anti-MBA Crowd
Poets & Quants, 4 September 2016

"The MBA doesn’t teach management properly, and if graduates enter the workforce thinking they’re trained managers, some believe they could even be a danger to society." Should we be thinking differently about management education? Our EGMiM programme is named as a leading MBA alternative.

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EGMiM in the Times of India
Times of India, July 2016

As EGMiM visited Bangalore for the first time in July, The Times of India published 3 articles about our teaching module and the EGMiM student experience:

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The evolution of business schools
Changeboard Magazine, 12 July 2016

EGMiM Programme Director Prof Saul Estrin gives an insightful interview on the imperative for a new kind of business eduaction in today's modern and globalised world.

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EGMiM alum Mark Doumba named in Forbes Africa 30 under 30 list
Forbes & CNBC, June 2016

Mark is recognised by Forbes as one of the most promising young entrepreneurs in Africa under the age of 30. He recently discussed the state of entrepreneurship in Africa in a CNBC panel.

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Strategic competition between African countries is real
Jeune Afrique, 17 June 2016

Our EGMiM alum Mark Doumba writes about the complex competitive economic environment within the continent of Africa.

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Is it time to ditch bonuses?
World Economic Forum, 2 June 2016

Our EGMiM alum Miguel Duarte writes for the World Economic Forum on new insights from his dissertation research project on how to motivate senior executives.

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Why your organisation should invest in executive education
Changeboard, 23 February 2016 

Our EGMiM faculty Prof Saul Estrin and Dr Connson Locke give their views on how moving from the boardroom to the classroom can help business leaders to develop their innovative spark.

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The Debate: Case study method or a more academic approach?
QS Top MBA, 5 November 2015

Prof Saul Estrin goes head-to-head with IESE Business School in the hot debate on the best way to teach business.

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