Imperial College Business School – Imperial College London
Imperial College Masters in Management Program Structure
The Imperial College Masters in Management is a one-year full-time program and is run through a virtual learning environment. The program offers students four different pathways to complete the degree, beginning in the spring of the first year.
The four pathways are a digital business, energy business, management science and operations and strategy and leadership. The course is taken over four terms –the first beginning in September and the last beginning in June.
All students take part in nine core modules, undertake a Consulting Project Course or a Work Placement, and participate in a Business Plan Competition and a Business Simulation Exercise.
All students will take the same first five core courses during their first term. Students will take part in three core courses over the second term, when they will also complete their decided course pathway. In the third term, students will take part in the business plan competition as well as a business simulation exercise and a course on entrepreneurship. In the fourth and final term, students will have the option to take part in an international study tour or complete a management report. All students will complete a consulting project and a work placement course.
The consulting project is designed to help students to apply the skills that they have learned to real-life situations. Students will work with real companies to develop their consulting project. During the first and second terms, students will also participate in a careers workshop.
Nearly 51% of students in the Imperial College Masters in Management identify as female and the entire class is represented by 42 nationalities.
Tuition and Financial Aid
The total cost of the MSc in Management program is £26,000. Tuition is the same for all students, despite residence.
Scholarships through Imperial College are available for qualifying students. Other merit or need-base scholarships are also available. Imperial College also accepts employer sponsorship.
The Imperial College Masters in Management program has one intake each year in September. Applications for the program starting in 2016 are currently open.