Imperial College Business School – Imperial College London - Executive MBA
Imperial College Executive MBA Program Structure
The Imperial College Executive MBA runs for 23-months in a part-time format based in London. The structure of the programme allows working professionals to earn a degree attuned to their own schedules. Students will have three sessions on-campus in South Kensington every four weeks, taking place on Fridays and Saturdays, along with two international residencies.
The second year in the program focuses on completing electives, an international residency, and one final project.
Before the Imperial College Executive MBA begins, students must complete pre-study modules to prepare for core elements of the programme, which is then followed by an induction on campus. Core modules are then taught on campus once per month. Students also take part in the Executive Leadership Journey, exposing them to different tools, coaching and experiential learning situations, helping them gain confidence and ultimately change behaviour to make the step from manager to leader.
Students will also undertake two specialist international core modules, which will expose them to global business practices outside of Imperial’s London base.
Year two requires five total electives, which can be completed on-campus or online. The year culminates with another residency and a final project.
Executive MBA Rankings
• Financial Times: 31
The current Imperial College Executive MBA class has an average student age of 38. About 35 percent of students identify as female. The average number of years of work experience is 15, and 14 nationalities are represented within the cohort.
Imperial’s Executive MBA class is proud of its diverse and international cohort of executives. View the Executive MBA class profile
This program does not report career statistics.
Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid
The updated tuition cost for entry in the Imperial College Executive MBA program are £63,400.
Fees are the same for overseas and UK students.
All self-funded candidates are automatically considered for all scholarship schemes for which they meet the eligibility criteria and application deadlines.
Imperial’s Executive MBA requires that applicants have a minimum of 10 years of post-graduate work experience. Entrants must also have an undergraduate degree or recognised professional qualification, and English language test results (if applicable). No GMAT score is required for admission.
In addition, applicants must provide official transcripts, CV, two references (at least one professional), and pay the application fee. Applicants may also submit a three-minute video pitch, in which they should share anything else that their application might not have contained.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.