How to contact us




If you have any questions about the programme which are not addressed on this website, please visit our frequently asked questions page or contact:

MiM Programme Team

+44 (0)20 7107 5126 


CEMS logo


Facebook-Square-38x38  Twitter-square-38x38  Youtube-square-38x38  Google-plus-square-38x38



MiM exchange term

Download: Video

Students can apply to spend a term abroad in their second year of the LSE Master’s in Management at a specialist Master's or MBA programme with one of our leading partner business schools in the Americas, Asia or Europe:

Johnson-Cornell-logo      Fudan-logo

HEC Paris-logo     ISB-logo
                                                                             Indian School of Business

tsinghua-sem-logo       mccombs-texas-logo

The exchange term provides an opportunity for students to immerse themselves in a different environment, both culturally in terms of their chosen international location, and academically by joining a more practice-based MBA/business school classroom. This provides valuable contrast to the more academically rigorous programme at LSE, and a wider breadth of international knowledge and experience.

During the exchange term students will join an MBA or MSc class at their chosen school, and take a choice of optional elective courses offered by the school.

Entry requirements and selection process

Students must submit an application to join the MiM Exchange in January of their first year in the LSE Master’s in Management programme.

In order to apply for the MiM Exchange, students must have a minimum of 12 months’ previous work experience. Students must also submit a letter of motivation describing their reasons for wanting to join the MiM Exchange.  

Successful applicants will then be invited to a panel interview, to assess the following competencies and aptitudes, before being offered a place to join the MiM Exchange:

  • 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
  • Adaptability to other cultures
  • Motivation to undertake the MiM Exchange

Exchange term format

Students can participate in the MiM Exchange in Lent Term of their second year of their Master’s in Management programme at LSE, choosing a specialisation in international general management.

If students join the MiM Exchange Programme, the structure of their Master’s in Management programme will differ in year 2 as follows:

Year 2 Compulsory Courses