Incoming exchange students

Imperial College Business School is pleased to welcome exchange students from other universities. Incoming students from our global partner universities may study at the Business School in the spring or summer terms on our MSc, Full-Time MBA and Executive MBA programmes. Please note that students should only apply if they come from an institution where an exchange agreement is in place, and they have been nominated by their host university.

Find out more about the elective options for MBA students

Find out more about the elective options for MSc students

Nominations and Applications

All visiting students must be nominated by their home university. Once nominated, students will receive further information on how to apply online and to select their electives. For Spring electives, nominations should be received by the 31st October 2016 and students will need to apply online between 1st November and 1st December 2016. For Summer electives, nominations should be received by the 31st January 2017 and students will need to apply online between 1st February and 1st March 2017.

I had a great time during my exchange, studying with the MSc Management and MSc Finance students. One of my best memories was working with my team on the Business Simulation for a week, trying to run a business and discuss strategy. It was intense, but it really felt like an insight into our future work!

Phillipine HorakMSc Exchange Student 2016

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