MSc Economics and Strategy for Business draws on the expertise of Business School faculty in economics and strategy, as well as experts in other areas of business such as business analytics, finance, innovation, entrepreneurship, technology, healthcare management and energy economics, providing a uniquely Imperial view of economic and strategic thinking.
Technology is an integral part of our programme. A range of teaching innovations will enhance your learning and bring digital media, particularly social media, into the classroom.
Teaching during the coronavirus pandemic
Students currently studying the programme are doing so using our multi-mode teaching format, a unique blend of on-campus and online teaching that enables an interactive learning environment for all students. Find out more about multi-mode.
These online modules will give you basic knowledge of areas which will be covered by the programme throughout the academic year.
The ESB core modules cover essential knowledge in finance, strategy and economics in the Autumn term, building up to more applied modules in the Spring term.
Specialisms and electives
The ESB Specialisms give you a chance to explore specialist topics in economics and strategy in more depth. You will need to choose two modules from the list below.
Students also get a chance to tailor their experience by choosing two electives.
Integrative and applied modules
In the summer, you will get the chance to integrate and apply your knowledge in the Business Simulation and ESB report.
You will also have the opportunity to gain practical experience by completing a Consulting Project, Work Placement or Case Study.
Timetables and course outlines are subject to change. Imperial College Business School reserves the right to alter the timetable when required.