About the MSc programme
This highly challenging and rewarding Master’s in Management programme is designed for ambitious and talented working professionals to study part-time. The programme will provide an in-depth foundation in the core disciplines of management from a global perspective, providing a route to transition into a high-level management career.
The programme will develop students’ talent to make better business decisions, based on a deeper understanding of the global geo-political and socio-economic context in which business operates. The core curriculum provides an optimum balance between rigorous academic analysis and real-world practice. We offer more academic depth than a traditional MBA, but more real-world application and teamwork than a PhD. The core courses cover the key disciplines of management (management, leadership, strategy, organisations & innovation, financial management, marketing, and foreign direct investment), and how each of these topics inter-relate and affect one another in a global context. Students can also customise the programme according to their own interests with a dissertation or capstone project on a topic of their choice, ideally related to a business issue in their current employment, or a planned entrepreneurial venture.
Each year the class is formed of a carefully selected group of students from a diverse range of employment backgrounds, industries, and international locations. Our students benefit from the network of close connections with talented professionals from around the world, as well as the wider global community of LSE alumni.
In contrast to a more traditional business school programme (such as an MBA) which simply teach current business frameworks, the EGMiM is founded in greater academic depth and more rigorous critical thinking, which trains our students to outperform their peers and become innovative business leaders.
The programme will provide the knowledge and personal contacts to enable our students to transition into a top-level senior management career on an international level (changing to a more senior job role with their current employer, changing company/industry, or managing their own business).
Key features of the programme include:
An in-depth training in the key disciplines of management, allowing a transition into a senior management career.
Modular programme structure, with seven intensive classroom teaching modules (one-two weeks in length) over the 17-month duration of the programme. Five modules take place at LSE, and two in overseas locations. In between modules, students remain living and working in their home location anywhere across the world.
Instant return on investment – learning is applied to students’ current jobs from the beginning of the programme whilst the dissertation focuses on a specific challenge with students’ employer or start-up business.
Academic high standards that are grounded in critical thinking. Our bespoke modular courses are designed to teach students how to think critically about business and society, linking together theory and practice across all disciplines to give a holistic understanding of world-leading management practice.
Students are assessed through a variety of methods, with an emphasis on integrated assignments which help students to understand how all disciplines fit together in real-world scenarios.
Instant access to a diverse student cohort, a global network of alumni, world leading faculty and high profile guest speakers.
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Managerial Economics* aims to equip you with a range of tools to analyse the behaviour of firms, consumers and markets. It will introduce you to basic economic concepts and show how they can be used to understand and analyse the business environment to make better business decisions.
Foundations of Management* is a uniquely integrated course which provides an overview of the development of key management disciplines.
Organisational Behaviour* aims to review psychological theories as they apply to organisations and demonstrate how this perspective contributes to understanding human behaviour at work.
Financial Management* is designed to provide an applied and practical approach to finance, enabling the students to address topical issues that modern corporations face.
Strategy, Organisation and Innovation* investigates central questions in strategic management, applying tools from microeconomics, industrial organisation and organisational economics to competitive decision making, with the emphasis being on the application of these concepts to business situations.
Foreign Direct Investment and Emerging Markets* will analyse the emergence of firms which operate on a global scale and their current and likely future interactions with emerging markets.
Marketing Strategy* covers the main theories and concepts in marketing and students will have the opportunity to apply the theories in a practical setting.
Dissertation/Capstone Project* (6,000 words) will be based on an area of interest to the student or relate to their organisation or business of their choice.
Students will also take three non-assessed courses in Getting Things Done with Research, Foundations of Management 2 and Leadership.
Please visit www.global-mim.com for updated details on admissions and the programme calendar.
Please read the following important information before referring to full details of course options found in the Programme Regulations.
The programme regulations available are for the current academic session and may be subject to change before the beginning of the next academic year. For more information about course availability in the next academic session, please contact the relevant academic department. The School reserves the right at all times to withdraw, suspend or alter particular courses and syllabuses, and to alter the level of fees. Courses are on occasion capped (limited to a maximum number of students) or subject to entry conditions requiring the approval of the course convenor. The School cannot guarantee that places on specific courses will be available.
The programme is designed to enable talented students from any industry/background to transition into a high-level management career (changing job role with their current employer, transitioning to a new company/industry, or setting up/developing their own business).
The global focus of the programme provides the knowledge and experience to prepare students to work outside of their home country, reach international markets with their business, or work in an international-facing role for a multinational company.
Our graduates are equipped with lasting knowledge and experience to outperform their peers from more traditional business school programmes (such as MBAs) in the competitive business environment, with a deeper understanding of global business enabling them to make better-informed business decisions, predict and thrive with future trends, and innovate in the fast-changing global environment.