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Your programme

Programme structure

Students spend the first term (Michaelmas Term) at the LSE where they take a compulsory core course, and can also to customise their programme according to their own interests by choosing up to three optional elective courses from the a selection of world-leading academic departments within the LSE.

Students will then spend the second term (Lent Term) abroad at a leading international business school in either China or the US| as part of the IMEX exchange programme. The term abroad is worth one full (1.0) unit towards the degree. Whilst abroad students take courses from the 2nd year of the MBA programme at their allocated school.

In the final part of the programme, students complete a dissertation of 10,000 words which is submitted in the first week of September. 

Programme structure:


Compulsory courses 

  • MN425 Business in the Global Environment (0.5 unit) looks at the process of globalisation at three levels: industries, firms and nations. Its goal is to develop a solid understanding of the external, economy-wide factors that affect the performance and management of firms in today's global economy. Topics include the changing structure of industries; the response of companies, both those based in the advanced industrial countries and those based in emerging markets, to increasing international competition; and differences between countries in their institutions and policies
  • MN499 Dissertation (1.0 unit) a 10,000-word dissertation

IMEX exchange term 

  • Students choose courses to the value of 1.0 unit at one of the IMEX partner schools during their term abroad.

Optional elective courses (any combination to the value of 1.5 units)


Employment relations and organisational behaviour


Managerial economics and strategy

Students may also take a graduate-level course which is not on this list, subject to approval from the Programme Director. Please refer to the full list of all graduate level courses|