Join the top students from across the globe, and prepare yourself for an outstanding career in management and leadership with our flagship Master's programme. You will gain sought-after critical and analytical skills in the core pillars of business, ready for jobs in consulting, finance, NGOs and more.
We are proud to be the only programme in the UK to offer the prestigious CEMS double degree, ranked #4 MiM in the world (Financial Times, 2015).
The LSE MiM programme
The academic programme
Core business knowledge
Develop your knowledge and skills as a
well-rounded, highly talented manager, with key skills in the core pillars of business, plus a specialisation in your chosen field
Gain unique LSE critical
thinking & analytical skills, highly sought after by employers for complex decision-making, managing change, and driving innovation
A platform for career success
Step up to an outstanding career in management, with real experience from a summer internship and business projects with external clients, and access to top employers and professional networks across the globe
Real world perspectives
You will study in one of the most diverse management classrooms in the world, and develop your cross-cultural management skills working with top students from 25-30 countries across the globe
LSE's foundation in a social science gives an essential understanding of the real global socio-economic and geo-politcal environments which cause businesses across the world to succeed or fail
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The LSE advantage
We are proud to be ranked #2 in the world for social science & management, and MiM students benefit from our tradition for excellence in teaching and research.
You will join our prestigious LSE network of 100,000 students and alum from across the globe, including government leaders and Nobel laureates
Take full advantage of LSE's location in the heart of London, on the doorstep of global business, government, culture and entertainment
Blog posts and media
What the dramatic arts can teach business students
CEMS News & Media, 30 June 2016
"Good managers need to go beyond what they are saying (their words) and employ their body and voice to convey their messages." Read about our MiM and CEMS students' acting class with the prestiguous RADA London drama school.
Inside the MiM: A student's perspective
MiM student blog, 24 February 2016
Current first year student, Nina Mohanty, shares her experiences of being on the Master’s in Management programme and introduces readers to our ‘Passionate’ and ‘Caring’ faculty members.
Flexibility, resilience and the art of change
MiM student blog, 3 February 2016
CEMS and MiM Alum, Lorraine Ansell, calls on here previous experiences as a student to examine our ability to be flexible and resilient in the face of great change.
Capstone Series: The route to the right job
MiM student blog, 8 December 2015
The first of our Capstone blog series explores whether applicants often focus too much on weaknesses and not enough on their strengths.
Guest blog: 'There is nothing so practical as a good theory'
MiM student blog, 23 November 2015
MiM Programme Director Prof Sandy Pepper makes a guest appearance in the MiM student blog, giving his insight into the thinking behind the Master's in Management programme
Little wonders of hope
MiM student blog, 16 November 2015
MiM student Akriti shares her journey of quitting a successful career at Deloitte to pursue teaching underprivileged kids
Mastering Management at LSE
MiM student blog, 5 November 2015
Student editors Sam and Kartik welcome readers to the launch of the MiM student blog, with their introduction to the LSE MiM programme
On your own, at LSE
The Hindu, 24 October 2015
MiM student Natalya explains how LSE has given her a transformational experience, finding her independence and learning to make important decisions early in life
LSE ranked #8 in Business Insider Top 50 Business Schools list
Business Insider, 4 August 2014
The Master's in Management programme was included as an alternative to a traditional business school MBA, with strong graduate career prospects.