Studying the Full-Time MBA will enable you to increase your value and improve your chances of achieving your career goals, whether that means a change of location, function or sector, or even starting your own business.
This report covers the Full-Time MBA cohort of 2018-19, which is our most recently graduated class.
Please note all figures refer to graduates who were seeking employment and shared employment data with us.
My pre-MBA employer, Baker McKenzie, was kind enough to give me a 12-month sabbatical to study full-time for my MBA. My main objective on the MBA was to take the time to learn more about business, upskill and build my leadership skills.
Employment by sector
I found my one-on-one coaching sessions with my Careers Consultant highly valuable and recommend future MBA students to take full advantage of this support. I used the coaching feedback extensively to develop where I wanted to go as a future leader and how I could best springboard forward from the MBA.
Location of post-MBA role
The networking opportunities are literally endless. The programme is so much larger than just the cohort. The entire Business School is bustling with people to meet, not to mention the alumni network that is always up for coffee chats and answering questions. Then there are the companies that come on campus that are familiar with Imperial’s calibre and are very interested in Imperial students.