Business and Management

My course experience has opened my eyes to a variety of issues affecting countries on a global and international level I have truly enjoyed expanding my cultural understanding here at LSE.
Madalyn Kranz, University of Minnesota, USA

 

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LSE’s Department of Management unites four subject areas – Employment Relations and Organisational Behaviour, Information Systems and Innovation, Managerial Economics and Strategy, and Management Science. It thereby combines the study of business and management with LSE’s renowned social sciences perspective. LSE is ranked 2nd in the world for social sciences and management (2020 QS World University Rankings) and the Department of Management, along with the Departments of Accounting and Finance, was ranked as the UK leader for Business and Management Studies in the most recent Research Excellence Framework.

Our world-class record of multidisciplinary management research gives students a solid understanding of the global business environment. Whether learning the fundamentals of management or gaining advanced insights into specific aspects of strategy, negotiation, marketing or human resources, students will develop a competitive edge for their future career.

Courses

Session One (21 June – 9 July 2021)

MG101: Marketing 
MG133: Foundations of Management
MG209: Bargaining and Negotiation: Interests, Information, Strategy and Power 

Session Two (12 – 30 July 2021)

MG103: Consumer Behaviour: Behavioural Fundamentals for Marketing and Management
MG106: Strategic Management
MG110: The Science and Art of Decision Making
MG204: Leadership in Organisations 
MG206: Business Strategy in International and Emerging Markets

Session Three (2- 20 August 2021)

MG101: Marketing
MG106: Strategic Management
MG220: Corporate and Organisational Strategy 

 

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