The MSc International Management programme’s distinctive combination of business-focused learning encompasses theory and its application to the real world via practical case studies and hands-on tasks involving companies and other external institutions.
Online pre-study modules
Before the programme begins you will be expected to complete some online pre-study modules which are delivered through The Hub, Imperial College Business School’s virtual learning environment.
These modules will be available to students who have accepted an offer of admission from July onwards, and are designed to give you a basic knowledge of areas which will be covered by the programme throughout the academic year.
Core management modules, starting in the Autumn term and continuing into Spring term, will give you a solid base of practical knowledge in every subject area.
The Leadership in Action module runs through the whole year and aims to provide international consulting experience and contribute to the development of your leadership potential by applying problem solving techniques to a complex and challenging business problems.
Across the Spring and Summer terms, you will choose an equivalent of seven modules from a range of electives, including some electives that are shared with other Master’s and MBA programmes at Imperial College Business School.
Leadership in Action
The Leadership in Action module runs throughout the year and allows you to gain international consulting experience.
The focus of the module is on developing your leadership potential, through managing a real design thinking consulting project from inception to completion in a global context. Drawing on the knowledge and skills learnt throughout the programme, you will apply problem solving techniques to a complex and challenging business problem, and apply your learning by developing a product or service.
The European Immersion will give you the opportunity to experience first-hand the dynamics of business in another country. The two-day trip will consist of a number of visits to technology and innovation companies, and a networking event. Last year’s MSc Management cohort travelled to Berlin or Lisbon for their European Immersion.
Candidates that fail to successfully complete this degree are not entitled to a Postgraduate Certificate or Postgraduate Diploma.
Tech Innovation in Business Speaker Series
At Imperial College Business School, we are proud to attract world-class leaders to campus to share their insights and experiences on current business issues, corporate strategies and complex management situations.
In this new series exclusively for MSc International Management students, industry leaders will visit the Business School to share how technology has impacted their workplace.
The overall goal of the series is to redefine leadership in a technology-driven world, and discuss the challenges and benefits associated to technology innovation in complex business environments.
Previous speakers at the Business School include:
Jay Scanlan, SVP and Head of Global Growth Evosystems at GenPact
Rowena Maxwell, Managing Director of Head of Customer Insight and Growth at Accenture
Bob Flint, Technology Director at BP
Rashik Parmar, Technical Executive, Europe at IBM
Lucy Cooper, Managing Director, Innovation at Accenture