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Increase your international exposure by completing some electives at one of our partner schools

The optional Study Abroad programme allows you to increase your international exposure and build your network by taking advantage of specialised electives at one of our partner schools. You can choose to learn from their expert faculty in the classroom or join one of their international tours to experience learning on a different world stage.

The study abroad programme broadens not only your international exposure, but also the range of specialised electives you can take. You can take up to half of your electives (12 ECTS) at one of our partner schools, with previous electives including Innovative Business Integration of ICT, The Future of Energy, Financial Regulation in a Digital Age, and Social Media for Marketing and Management.

Our partner schools

We partner with some of the leading business schools from around the world, many of whom are part of the Partners in International Management (PIM) network.  And our list of partner schools is continually growing. The list below gives you an idea of the opportunities that were available to our Full-Time MBA students in 2019-2020 and what is likely to be on offer to future cohorts.

Aalto University School of Business

Destination: Aalto, Finland

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Business Law
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Information Systems Science
  • Logistics
  • Management Science
  • Organisational Communication

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Destination: Hong Kong

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Corporate Fund-Raising Initiatives in the Chinese Equity Markets
  • Corporate Risk Management
  • Current Topics in Business: Global Sports Management: From Passion to Business
  • Data Visualization and Business Intelligence
  • FinTech Analytics
  • Venture Capital & Private Equity

Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University

Destination: Tel Aviv, Israel

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Doing Business in Israel

ESADE Ramon Llull University Business School

Destination: Barcelona and Madrid, Spain

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • B2B Sales Management
  • Brand Driven Strategic Management
  • Business Transformation AI & IoT Enabling Technologies
  • Data-Driven Leadership
  • Optimising your Business for Growth
  • Winning Customers Using Behavioural Economics

ESAN University

Destination: Lima, Peru

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

ESAN International Week, subject areas included:

  • Finance & Law
  • Innovation & IT
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Strategy

ESSEC Business School

Destination: options in 2019-20 included Paris, France and Singapore

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Asian Economics
  • Culture and Company
  • Financial Markets
  • Geopolitics in Asia
  • Innovation Service Management
  • International Finance
  • Managing International Business in Asia
  • Mandarin
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Negotiate Business Deals in China

Fudan University - School of Management

Destination: Shanghai, China

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Advanced Power & Negotiation
  • Chinese Economy
  • Corporate Finance
  • Emotional Intelligence for Leaders
  • Financial Accounting
  • Human Resource Management
  • Internet Platform Theory and Strategy
  • Learning Organisation and Organisational Change
  • Logistics Systems
  • Power and Negotiation
  • Risk Management
  • Strategic Insight from Machine Learning
  • Strategic Technology and Innovation Management
  • Chinese (Beginners Level)

HEC Paris

Destination: Paris, France

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Corporate Finance
  • Entrepreneurship - The Startup Studio
  • Financial Markets and Asset Management
  • Geopolitics: Globalisation and Business Strategy
  • Inclusive and Social Business Strategies
  • Investment Banking and International Finance
  • Luxury Management
  • Marketing for the Digital Era
  • Statistics and Business Analysis
  • The Future of Energy

HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management

Destination: options in 2019-20 included Leipzig, Germany and Prague, Czech Republic

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

Doing Business in Europe - coursework included:

  • Brexit & Future Outlook for Europe
  • European Monetary Integration
  • Management Practice in Central Eastern Europe
  • Company visits

Hong Kong University of Science & Technology

Destination: Hong Kong

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Accounting
  • Business Statistics & Operation Management
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Information Systems
  • Management of Organisations
  • Marketing

McCombs School of Business, The University of Texas at Austin

Destination: Austin, United States

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Accounting for Investment Banking
  • CleanTech
  • Energy Finance
  • High Technology Marketing
  • Public and Governmental Affairs
  • Real Estate Finance
  • Supply Chain and Operations Management

NHH Norwegian School of Economics

Destination: Bergen, Norway

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Applied Cloud Computing for Enterprises
  • Applied Programming and Data Analysis for Business
  • Economics of Climate Change
  • Measuring Sustainability in Accounting and Finance
  • Natural Resource Management: The Norwegian Model
  • Petroleum Economics
  • R&D and Intellectual Property

NUS - National University of Singapore

Destination: Singapore

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Consulting: Process and Industry
  • Financial Regulation in a Digital Age
  • Leading with Strategy in Digital Firms
  • Managing Global Value Chains and Networks
  • Operations Leadership: Supply Chain and Service Profit Management
  • Strategic Pricing

Rotterdam School of Management

Destination: Rotterdam, Netherlands

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Business Information Management
  • Finance & Investments
  • Global Business & Sustainability
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management of Innovation
  • Marketing Management
  • Organisational Change & Consulting
  • Strategic Entrepreneurship
  • Supply Chain Management

 

Schulich School of Business - York University

Destination: Toronto, Canada

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Alternative Investments
  • Business Strategies for Sustainability
  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • Cultural Policy
  • Models & Applications in Operational Research
  • Power and Politics in Organisations
  • Restructuring and Turnaround Management
  • Strategy in Healthcare

SGH Warsaw School of Economics

Destination: Warsaw, Poland

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Financial Accounting
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Managerial Finance
  • Marketing

Smiths School of Business - Queen’s University

Destination: Kingston, Canada

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Consulting
  • Digital Transformation
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation Finance
  • Management Analytics
  • Marketing and Sales

Tsinghua University

Destination: Beijing, China

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Chinese Business from Accounting Perspective
  • Chinese Economy and Its Capital Markets
  • Chinese Real Estate Industry
  • Industry Upgrading of Chinese Manufacturing Sectors
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship in China

Universidad Torcuato Di Tella (UTDT)

Destination: Buenos Aires, Argentina

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Consumer Behaviour in Emerging Markets
  • International Business Strategies: Challenges and Opportunities in Emerging Markets
  • People Management in Emerging Markets
  • Strategic Knowledge Management. Innovation Challenges

University of St Gallen

Destination: St Gallen, Switzerland

Elective options in 2019-20 included:

  • Business Plan Writing
  • Corporate & Startup Partnering
  • Customer Experience Management: Optimising Business Results
  • Fintech: Trends & Use Cases
  • Impact Investing & Social Entrepreneurship
  • Leading Edge Negotiations
  • Machine Learning & AI: Impact on Business
  • Managing Digital Product Creation
  • Optimising Global Supply Chains
  • Performance Measurement
  • Strategy Execution: How to Make it Work
  • Understanding & Succeeding in M&A
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