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MiM exchange term

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Students can apply to spend a term abroad in their second year of the LSE Master’s in Management at one of our leading partner business schools in the US or Europe. Students will join an MBA or MSc class at their chosen school, and take a choice of optional elective courses offered by the school.

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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 rigorous programme at LSE, and the chance to specialise in international management with a wider breadth of international knowledge and experience.

Year 2 LSE MiM programme strucuture for MiM Exchange students:

MiM Exchange year 2 programme structure

Selection process and entry requirements

Students can apply for the MiM Exchange term in January of the first year in the LSE MiM programme, and will be accepted via an interview process assessing the following competencies and aptitudes:

  • Academic attainment
  • Work experience (minimum of 12 months)
  • Personal effectiveness
  • Ability to work effectively with other people
  • Ability to work with people from other cultures
  • Motivation to undertake the MiM Exchange

Students must have a minimum of 12 months’ previous work experience in order to apply, as they will be joining an MBA classroom. Over 99% of students who choose to apply will be offered a place on the MiM Exchange, and individual support is provided at every stage of the application and interview process to ensure students are fully prepared to meet the requirements.

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