Programmes

Global Master's in Management

  • Graduate taught
  • Department of Management
  • Application code N1UH
  • Starting 2018

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Join the top students from across the globe and prepare yourself for an outstanding career in management and leadership with our two year Global Master's in Management.

We offer a unique approach to management, with a truly in-depth and rigorous learning experience. Alongside a foundation in the fundamental knowledge and skills essential for managers today, you will also have the opportunity to specialise and apply what you’ve learned in practice.

An extensive first-year curriculum gives a clear understanding of the real challenges facing managers and organisations operating in a global context. After a summer internship spent exploring career options, we offer three second-year options to specialise and ground what you’ve learned in practice.

We are proud to be the only UK programme to offer the CEMS double degree, with 30 leading partner business schools worldwide, and access to a global network of over 70 corporate partners. We also offer the MBA exchange term, giving an opportunity to join a leading MBA classroom in North America, China or France. Alternatively, you can opt to explore LSE’s huge range of electives, and specialise in your own area of interest; the choice is yours.

This programme was previously titled MSc Management from 2008-2017.

Programme details

Key facts

Start date Introductory course begins in September 2018
Application deadline None – rolling admissions. However please note the funding deadlines
Duration 24 months full-time only
Number of applications per place 4.7
Availability UK/EU: Open
Overseas: Open
Tuition fee Year one UK/EU: £26,976 (2018 entry)
Year one Overseas: £27,504 (2018 entry)
Year two UK/EU: £28,056 (2019 continuing, at LSE) - provisional
Year two Overseas: £28,608 (2019 continuing, at LSE) - provisional
Financial support Graduate support scheme (deadline 26 April 2018)
Minimum entry requirement 2:1 degree or equivalent in any discipline
GRE/GMAT requirement GMAT or GRE is required for applicants without a UK undergraduate or graduate degree
English language requirements Standard (see 'assessing your application')
Location  Houghton Street, London; Optional exchange term abroad

For more information about tuition fees and entry requirements, see the fees and funding and assessing your application sections.

Programme structure and courses

Curriculum overview

We are ranked #2 in the world for social science and management, and the Global Master's in Management programme is founded in LSE’s tradition for academic excellence. A curriculum of carefully designed compulsory core courses will explore a variety of perspectives on markets and organisations drawn from various disciplines including economics, economic sociology, and business psychology.

With this foundation, you will develop your critical and analytical skills to deal with all types of challenges facing managers today in the complex international business environment, from people management and cross-cultural working to strategic business innovation and big data analysis.

International options

You will gain a unique exposure to the real global business world throughout the programme, learning alongside a diverse cohort of classmates from around the world, gaining perspectives on today's international business challenges in core courses, and having the opportunity to consolidate your global business experience with our prestigious international options, the CEMS double degree and the MBA exchange term. Full details of both options are provided below on this web page.

Introductory course

Global MSc Management pre-sessional: Skills Preparation for the GMiM
Students are required to undertake an introductory course starting early September 2018, before the beginning of the first academic term. This provides essential skills in accounting, statistics, quantitative analysis and writing which will be required throughout the programme.

First year: foundation

This first year will provide an in-depth training in the core foundations of general management, covering the same topics as a traditional MBA programme, but taking a more critical and rigorous approach to those topics. Following Year 1, the summer vacation offers time to undertake an internship, which we strongly encourage students to consider in order to apply learning and gain practical experience.

First year compulsory core courses (3.5 units):

(* denotes a half unit)

Marketing Management*
Provides a rigorous examination of the key analytical frameworks, technical tools, and concepts that are essential in building an effective marketing strategy.

Managerial Economics*
Provides an introduction to the central issues in managerial economics. This course will analyse the foundations for applying economic thinking to management.

Organisational Behaviour* 
Seeks to understand individual attitudes and behaviour in an organisational context. It does this by reviewing psychological theories as they apply to organisations, demonstrating the contribution of a psychological perspective to understanding human behaviour at work, and critically evaluating the empirical evidence.

Foundations of Management I* and Foundations of Management II* 
Gives a basic grounding in the key management disciplines which will be taught chronologically. Students will therefore be provided with an overview of the development of management disciplines and will develop an understanding of the disciplinary anchors in sociology, psychology and economics.

Quantitative Analysis in Management*
Discusses analysis of variance, simple and multiple linear regression, including ideas of confounding and statistical control, the use of dummy variables, interactions and non-linear effects of explanatory variables, collinearity, diagnostics and model development.

Qualitative Analysis in Management* 
Provides a critical understanding of qualitative management research, with an emphasis on methods and techniques which will be useful and relevant to them both as management scholars and in their future careers.

GMiM Capstone Course - Management in Action - (non-assessed)
The first part of a course that runs throughout both years of the Global Master's in Managment programme, and builds connections between management theory and practice and to equip students with the skills necessary to succeed in their managerial careers.

Second year: concentration

Building on the core foundation from Year 1, Year 2 will provide luxury of time to develop concentrated knowledge and experience in your own field of interest, according to your career goals. You will have the option to concentrate your learning in global management with either the CEMS Master's in International Management double degree, or the MBA Exchange term in a leading MBA classroom. Alternatively if you choose to remain at LSE in your second year, you will have access to a wide range of specialised elective courses from departments across LSE as a leading social science institution, ranging from Finance to Psychological and Behavioural Science. (See the full list below).

Alongside your chosen concentration in Year 2, you will also undertake an individual dissertation to develop in-depth specialist knowledge in your chosen topic, as well as a practical Capstone Course involving a business project with a real external client. Teams of students will work with a sponsor company over the course of a term to develop a solution to a real business problem.

Companies who have sponsored business project in the past include AstraZeneca, Barclays, Benchmark Sport, Coca Cola, Daymon, Ecofact, Deloitte, Google, Heidrick and Struggles, HSBC, Markit, Mars, Merlin Entertainment, Morgan Stanley, MYBA, Nokia, Oliver Wyman, PwC, Studio Canal, Tesco, and Thomson Reuters.

Second year compulsory core courses (1.5 units):

(* denotes a half unit)

MG430 Strategy, Organisation and Innovation*
Explores advanced topics in strategy, organisation and innovation. True to LSE, we will adopt an interdisciplinary social sciences point of view that embraces economics, sociology, political science and psychology.

MG420 Dissertation*
Based on a research question which students are required to agree with the teacher responsible during Michaelmas Term in year two.

GMiM Capstone Course - Management in Action (including Business Project)*
Builds connections between management theory and practice and to equip students with the skills necessary to succeed in their managerial careers. Second year students apply the theoretical knowledge and business management skills gained in the first year by working on a business project. 

Students can also undertake the international CEMS or MBA exchange options in year 2. For CEMS students, additional core courses will be included in year 2.

Optional elective courses (3.0 units)

You can tailor the programme to your own interests and specialise your knowledge with optional elective courses to the total value of 3.0 units across both years of the programme.

Please note: If you choose to undertake the CEMS or MBA exchange options in year 2, the number of LSE electives will be reduced to accommodate a term abroad, plus additional courses for CEMS. 

(* denotes a half unit)

Accounting:

Accounting, Strategy and Control*

Accountability, Organisations and Risk Management*

Management Accounting for Decision Making*

Topics in Financial Reporting*

Corporate Financial Disclosure and Investor Relations*

Valuation and Security Analysis

Accounting in the Global Economy*

Financial Reporting and Management: Management Accounting, Strategy and Control*

Financial Reporting and Management: Financial Reporting *

International Development:

Global Political Economy of Development*

International Institutions and Late Development*

European Studies:

The Political Economy of European Monetary Integration*

Finance:

Financial Risk Analysis*

Fixed Income Markets*

Applied Corporate Finance

Asset Markets A

Corporate Finance and Asset Markets 

Corporate Finance A* OR Corporate Finance A*

Derivatives*

Quantitative Methods for Finance and Risk Analysis*

Portfolio Management*

Global Financial Systems*

International Finance*

Finance I* OR Finance I*

Managerial Finance* OR Managerial Finance*

Entrepreneurial Finance*

Gender Studies:

Globalisation, Gender and Development

Gender, Globalisation and Development: An Introduction*

Globalisation, Gender and Develeopment: Theorising Policy and Practice*

Mathematics:

Fundamentals of Operations Research*

Modelling in Operations Research*

Mathematical Optimisation*

Management:

Operations Management for Management Consultancy

Public Management: A Strategic Approach*

Pricing Strategy

Consumer Insights I: Behavioural Fundamentals*

Auctions and Game Theory*

Open Innovation*

International Business Strategy and Emerging Markets*

Thinking Strategically*

Analytics for Strategic Decisions*

Handling Disruption: Humanitarian Emergencies Management and Development*

Global Strategy, Management and Information Systems*

Negotiation Analysis*

Reward System: Key Models and Practices*

Globalisation and Human Resource Management*

Information Systems for the Public Sector: Digital Government and Service Innovation*

Innovating Organisational Information Technology*

Innovation and Technology Management*

eHealth: Policy, Strategy and Systems*

Management and Economics of E-Business*

Social Computing, Data and Information Services*

Innovation and Information Systems: Concepts and Perspectives*

Data Governance: Privacy, Openness and Transparency*

Incentives and Governance in Organisations*

Strategy for the Information Economy*

Corporate Strategy*

Design and Management of Organisations*

Organisational Change*

The World Trading System*

Information Technology and Service Innovation*

International Employment Relations*

The Dark Side of the Organisation*

Leadership in Organisations: Theory and Practice*

Analytic Frameworks for Policy Evaluation*

Governance, Markets and Competition in the Delivery of Public Services*

Marketing Analytics II: Analytics for Managing Innovations, Products and Brands*

New Media Marketing: Managing Online and Social Media*

Designing and Managing Change in the Public Sector*

Topics in Management Research

Methodology:

Applied Regression Analysis*

Multivariate Analysis and Measurement*

Psychological and Behavioural Science

Corporate Communications*

Creativity and Innovation*

Statistics:

Statistical Methods for Risk Management*

 

You can find the most up-to-date list of option courses in the Programme Regulations section of the current School Calendar.

You must note however that while care has been taken to ensure that this information is up to date and correct, a change of circumstances since publication may cause the School to change, suspend or withdraw a course or programme of study, or change the fees that apply to it. The School will always notify the affected parties as early as practicably possible and propose any viable and relevant alternative options. Note that that the School will neither be liable for information that after publication becomes inaccurate or irrelevant, nor for changing, suspending or withdrawing a course or programme of study due to events outside of its control, which includes but is not limited to a lack of demand for a course or programme of study, industrial action, fire, flood or other environmental or physical damage to premises.

You must also note that places are limited on some courses and/or subject to specific entry requirements. The School cannot therefore guarantee you a place. Please note that changes to programmes and courses can sometimes occur after you have accepted your offer of a place. These changes are normally made in light of developments in the discipline or path-breaking research, or on the basis of student feedback. Changes can take the form of altered course content, teaching formats or assessment modes. Any such changes are intended to enhance the student learning experience. You should visit the School’s Calendar, or contact the relevant academic department, for information on the availability and/or content of courses and programmes of study. Certain substantive changes will be listed on the updated graduate course and programme information page.

CEMS double degree

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CEMS is a global alliance of leading business schools in 29 countries, partnering with multinational companies and NGOs to offer the prestigious CEMS Master’s in International Management degree programme.

LSE is the only UK member school in the CEMS Alliance, and we are proud that the LSE Global Master's in Management is the only programme in the UK to offer the CEMS Master’s in International Management (CEMS MIM) as a double degree.

The CEMS Master's in International Management programme at LSE

The CEMS MIM is a one-year programme which LSE Global Master's in Management students have the opportunity to join in their second year of study. The programme gives a unique opportunity to join a cohort of high calibre, internationally minded, multilingual students enrolled at leading business schools across the world. The programme takes a focus on global citizenship, with a particular emphasis on ethical standards, cultural diversity, respect and empathy, and responsibility and accountability to society. 

During the CEMS year (Year 2 of the LSE GMiM), students will enjoy an international exchange term at a leading CEMS school, along with exclusive CEMS core courses in Global Management, skills seminars, block seminars, and an international internship.

You will graduate from both the LSE GMiM degree, and from the CEMS Master’s in International Management degree, giving you a double degree qualification. 

CEMS has a genuine ethos of community at its heart, and joining the programme gives students lifelong access to a strong and active global network of likeminded peers and friends across the world. In addition, the CEMS offers an unrivalled professional network with unique access to job opportunities and connections with top employers worldwide. CEMS graduates are highly sought after by employers around the world, and are regularly recruited by CEMS corporate and social partners. 

Full details of the CEMS curriculum and activities can be found in our CEMS Information Sheet.

Selection process and entry requirements

Students can apply for the CEMS programme in January of the first year in the LSE GMiM programme, and will be accepted via an interview process. Students must meet the CEMS entry requirements below in order to apply. Further details on the selection process can be found in our CEMS Information Sheet.

Over 99% of students who choose to apply will be offered a place on CEMS, and individual support is provided at every stage of the application and interview process to ensure students are fully prepared to meet the requirements.

CEMS entry requirements:                                 

  • Background in management/business related subjects: it is a prerequisite that selected students will have studied management/business related subjects – this requirement will be covered by the first year of study on the two-year Global Master's in Management at LSE. If selected for the CEMS programme, candidates must pass the first year of the GMiM programme in order to take up a place on the CEMS MiM programme, in the second year.
  • Languages: The CEMS MiM Programme is designed to give future international managers the skills they need to succeed in global markets. All CEMS MIM students are required to speak three languages, one of which must be English (at an advanced level) and the other two languages at an intermediate level. There is also the special option for students who currently only speak two languages to take up a beginners level Modern Foreign Language course at LSE (this will be both sufficient for meeting the entry requirements and also the graduation requirements). These requirements are listed below:

1. English

2. CEMS language: a language spoken in countries of the CEMS member schools, or a selection of other languages from countries with large business communities. View the full list of CEMS languages.

3. Third language: if students do not already speak a third language, they can take up a new language at beginner’s level by signing up to the LSE 20 Week MFL Certificate course.

Note: The language of instruction at all the CEMS schools is English. Students are not required to speak the language of the country of their term abroad school.

MBA exchange term

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

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. As such, any student who completes the MBA Exchange as part of their degree will have this reflected on their degree certificate, which will state that they completed a course in “Management (Strategy & International Business)”.

Exchange partner schools

Selection process and entry requirements

Students can apply for the MBA exchange term in January of the first year in the LSE GMiM 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 MBA 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 per cent of students who choose to apply will be offered a place on the MBA exchange term, and individual support is provided at every stage of the application and interview process to ensure students are fully prepared to meet the requirements.

Teaching and assessment

The LSE learning experience

The curriculum is designed to challenge your view of the world, and of management as a discipline. You will be asked to read the latest research to understand the underlying reasons why today’s business world exists as it does, and the practical implications for your future career as a manager. You will critically assess trends, conflicts and patterns in management and business practice, and form your own opinions to defend and debate with your classmates in seminars. You will learn how to develop and communicate well-reasoned arguments, and to tackle complex decisions and problems in the context of the real socioeconomic and geo-political architecture in which businesses operate across the globe.

Teaching and assessment

Courses are taught in lecture and class or seminar format. Lectures introduce the core theoretical and technical concepts whilst their associated classes allow students to discuss and apply these concepts through exercises and in-depth study. Seminars allow for the focused study of key concepts in a more informal style and often involve presentations by students on selected course materials. Many teachers adopt a variety of teaching methods to deliver their courses such as class exercises, team presentations, individual or group work, or case study discussions.

Given the high level of academic performance expected from students, a significant amount of independent study and preparation is required to get the most out of the programme.

All full-unit courses are assessed by three hour unseen examinations in the summer term. Half-unit courses can be assessed by two hour unseen examinations, coursework assignments, class participation or group/individual project work.

You can view indicative details of hours and assessment for all courses listed in the online Programme Regulations.

Academic support

There are many opportunities to extend your learning outside the classroom and complement your academic studies at LSE. LSE LIFE is the School’s centre for academic, personal and professional development. Some of the services on offer include: guidance and hands-on practice of the key skills you will need to do well at LSE: effective reading, academic writing and critical thinking; workshops related to how to adapt to new or difficult situations, including development of skills for leadership, study/work/life balance and preparing for the world of work; and advice and practice on working in study groups and on cross-cultural communication and teamwork.

LSE is committed to enabling all students to achieve their full potential and the School’s Disability and Wellbeing Service provides a free, confidential service to all LSE students and is a first point of contact for all disabled students.

Faculty

Programme Director

Sandy Pepper
Professor Alexander (Sandy) Pepper
Professor of Management Practice

CEMS and MBA Exchange Academic Director

Christine Cote
Dr Christine Cote
Senior Lecturer in Practice

Careers

Career development with the Global Master's in Management

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LSE is ranked #5 in the world for its reputation with employers, and our graduates are in high demand by employers. The Global Master's in Management programme will develop your intellectual and practical skills as a talented and well-rounded manager, with the ability to thrive and innovate with challenges in today’s complex and fast-moving business world.

With a strong foundation in the core pillars of management developed in Year 1 of the programme, to match with other top business school graduates, plus your own additional chosen specialism in Year 2, you will graduate with a unique and well-rounded portfolio of skills and knowledge to set you apart in the job market.

Your practical and professional management skills will be developed and polished during the programme, including communication and presentation skills, team working, cultural intelligence gained from close collaboration with classmates from around the world, and client management experience from a practical business project in the Capstone Course.

LSE Careers

LSE Careers will provide tailored individual support with your professional development and job search throughout the programme. They offer one-to-one Career Consultant sessions, access to employers with career fairs, seminars and workshops, a vast database of employment opportunities via the LSE Career Hub, and help with job hunting, CVs/resumes and interviews.

Graduate destinations

Our graduates are in high demand by employers, and GMiM graduates have taken roles across a wide variety of sectors, in companies across the globe. A popular career path is management consulting, with graduates taking up roles in firms such as BCG, EY, Deloitte, KPMG, McKinsey and Accenture. However opportunities are extremely broad, and MiM graduates have also gone on to excel in careers in finance, marketing, advertising, communications, and start-ups, as well as third-sector charities and NGOs.

Here are some examples of the organisations our graduates have joined:

  • Barclays
  • Benchmark Sport
  • Coca Cola
  • Daymon
  • Ecofact
  • Deloitte
  • Google 
  • HSBC
  • Markit
  • Mars
  • Merlin Entertainment
  • Morgan Stanley
  • MYBA
  • Oliver Wyman
  • PwC
  • Studio Canal
  • Tesco
  • Thomson Reuters

Student stories

Student profiles

Marnix, Netherlands

Marnix, Netherlands

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Payal, India

Payal, India
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Vineet, India

Vineet, India
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Yiming, China

Yiming, China
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Class profile

The Global Master's in Management programme attracts a diverse range of students, and each year we carefully select a vibrant cohort from a wide variety of backgrounds and international locations.

A core part of the learning experience is the exposure to a wide variety of cultures and international perspectives, as well as diverse expertise from our students’ wide ranging academic and employment backgrounds. The programme is well suited to both early-career graduates and mid-career professionals experience to share. 

Current class (2016-2018):

  • class size: 123 students
  • 37 nationalities
  • age range: 19-27
  • average age: 22

Assessing your application

Entry requirements for Global Master's in Management

  • first or upper second class bachelor's degree or international equivalent in any discipline
  • prior formal study of quantitative subjects is not required, but students must come prepared to engage with quantitative topics such as statistics, accounting and finance.
  • work experience is not required, however students with experience (anything from 3 months to more than 5 years) are welcome. Please detail any relevant experience in your application.
  • GMAT or GRE is required for applicants without a UK undergraduate or graduate degree. The average GMAT score of students on the programme is 680. Students with a score below 600 are very unlikely to be offered a place on the programme. More about GRE or GMAT
  • English language requirements. Unfortunately, we do not provide any language waivers.

Please note successful applicants will receive an offer for the two-year Global Master’s in Management. Switching to the one-year Master’s in Management will not be possible once you begin this programme at LSE. Therefore, please ensure you choose the programme you apply for carefully, as there will not be any opportunity to transfer.

Your application will be considered on its academic merits. An offer of a place may be conditional on attending additional courses and/or passing qualifying examinations at a suitable standard, in addition to your degree. You should note that there are always many more applications than places available at LSE and possession of the minimum entrance requirements does not guarantee that you will be offered admission. It is therefore in your interests to apply as early as possible.

We welcome applications from all suitably qualified prospective students and want to recruit students with the very best academic merit, potential and motivation, irrespective of their background.

We carefully consider each application on an individual basis, taking into account all the information presented on your application form, including your:

- academic achievement (including predicted and achieved grades)
- personal statement (see requirements below)
- two references
- GMAT/GRE (where required)
- CV

See further information on supporting documents

Personal statement requirements

If you are applying for this programme, please note the following specific requirements for your personal statement:

Write a short personal statement (up to 600 words) about why you want to do the programme. This might cover, for example, what you will bring to the cohort, and what are your particular strengths.

Also, you should answer the following questions (your answers should be approximately 300 words each):

1.  Explain, in your own words, the main things that managers do.

2.  How will studying management theory help you to understand management practice?

3.  What do you hope to gain by studying management at the LSE?

The total length of your personal statement – including the answers to the above questions - should therefore be between 1,000 & 1,500 words.

When to apply

Applications for this programme are considered on a rolling basis, meaning the programme will close once it becomes full. There is no fixed deadline by which you need to apply, however we encourage you to apply early to avoid disappointment.

Please note that to be considered for any LSE funding opportunity, you must have submitted your application and all supporting documents by the funding deadline. See the fees and funding section below on this page for more details. 

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Fees and funding

Every graduate student is charged a fee for their programme.

The fee covers registration and examination fees payable to the School, lectures, classes and individual supervision, lectures given at other colleges under intercollegiate arrangements and, under current arrangements, membership of the Students' Union. It does not cover living costs or travel or fieldwork.

Tuition fees 2018/19 for Global Master's in Management

UK/EU students, first year: £26,976 (2018/19)
Overseas students, first year: £27,504 (2018/19)
UK/EU students, second year: £28,056 (2019/20)
Overseas students, second year: £28,608 (2019/20)

Fee status

The amount of tuition fees you will need to pay, and any financial support you are eligible for, will depend on whether you are classified as a home (UK/EU) or overseas student, otherwise known as your fee status. LSE assesses your fee status based on guidelines provided by the Department of Education.

Further information

Fees and funding opportunities

Fee reductions and rewards

Students who completed undergraduate study at LSE and are beginning taught graduate study at the School are eligible for a fee reduction of around 10 per cent of the fee.

Please refer to the Fees Office website for updates.

Scholarships and other funding

The School recognises that the cost of living in London may be higher than in your home town or country, and we provide over £11.5 million in scholarships each year to gradaute students from the UK, EU and overseas.

This programme is eligible for needs-based awards from LSE, including the Graduate Support SchemeMaster's Awards, and Anniversary Scholarships

Selection for any funding opportunity is based on receipt of an application for a place – including all ancillary documents, before the funding deadline. 

Funding deadline for needs-based awards from LSE: 26 April 2018.

In addition to our needs-based awards, LSE also makes available scholarships for students from specific regions of the world and awards for students studying specific subject areas.

Check the latest information about scholarship opportunities

Government tuition fee loans and external funding

A postgraduate loan is available from the UK government for eligible students studying for a first master’s programme, to help with fees and living costs. Some other governments and organisations also offer tuition fee loan schemes.

Find out more about tuition fee loans
Find out more about external funding opportunities

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Programme and admissions enquiries

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If you have any queries which are not answered on the website, please contact the Programme and Admissions Team:

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Telephone: +44 (0)20 7955 7004

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