Transforming recent graduates into highly responsible and successful global business leaders
MSc Management is an intensive, one-year, full-time programme that prepares recent graduates for a wide range of careers in management, such as consultancy and financial services.
Consistently ranked amongst the world’s top global programmes, our MSc Management has an excellent worldwide reputation. Graduating from Imperial College Business School will set you apart from the crowd.
Our London location and ongoing relationships with major employers provides the opportunity to meet and network with leading global organisations, and will help present yourself with confidence to the world’s top companies.
Our highly practical programme allows you to find solutions to real-world business challenges through lectures delivered by industry experts and includes an immersive business simulation, a Consulting Project, or the option of a work placement. Choose to study one of three specialist pathways and a range of electives to tailor your learning and match your career aspirations. Our programme is regularly reviewed by our corporate advisory board, ensuring that the programme content is relevant to industry developments and that you are equipped for the challenges that you will face in your future career.
Our programme offers a truly global perspective and includes a two-day European Immersion, an international study tour, optional exchanges with top international business schools, and the opportunity to network with brilliant minds from across the world.
International Study Tour: Dubai
MSc Management students visited Dubai to gain insight of business and economy in the UAE.
Our inspiring female faculty members share their top tips on how to achieve gender parity in business.
An Afternoon with Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy
The luxury goods company visited the Business School to discuss graduate roles and treat our students to a champagne tasting.
Top ranked programme
Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking 2017
MSc Management is ranked 14th in the world in the Financial Times Master’s in Management Ranking.