We are pleased to be part of the Global MiM Network, an international exchange programme for Master’s in Management students, between four leading business schools.
This gives you the opportunity to study at another business school for up to one term as part of the MSc International Management programme, providing an enhanced, authentic global study experience.
The other business schools in the Global MiM Network are:
- ESMT Berlin
- Lee Kong Chian School of Business (SMU)
- Smith School of Business at Queen’s University in Canada.
If you participate in the Global MiM Network, you will take core modules at Imperial College Business School, before travelling overseas to complete additional courses at one or more of the other schools in the alliance. You will be supported in making your study decisions via a pathway programme, aligned across the curricula and individual expertise of each participating school.
During the exchange, you will also access additional benefits from the exchange school such as support from careers services, and attending on-campus recruitment events. You will gain greater cultural understanding of the country which you are studying in and become part of a much larger alumni network.
Upon graduation, you will receive a degree from Imperial as well as certificates reflecting the courses taken at other partner institutions.
There will be no additional tuition fees required to participate in the programme, which will be offered to 12 students starting their studies in September 2019. Students will be required to submit an application to join the programme.
For the application process, students need to answer the following questions :
- Briefly describe why you would like to participate in the Study Abroad programme e.g. academic goals, career goals, global exposure. (We check that the exchanges fit with the students’ career goals and look for people who are interested in a global career.)
- What do you think will be the main impact of you being away from the Business School during your Study Abroad period? (We check that the students have thought about how the exchange will fit with other electives/modules on the programme and how they will balance their workload.)
- Describe why you think you will be a good ambassador for Imperial College Business School whilst away on your Study Abroad programme. (We particularly look for leadership qualities so that the students we send out are likely to be proactive, make the most of the opportunity, build a network and will hopefully make a good impression when they are abroad.)