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Imperial College Business School – Imperial College London

Imperial College Weekend MBA Program Structure

The Imperial College Weekend MBA (part-time) allows students to earn an MBA over the course of 21 months with flexible scheduling. Classes take place over one long weekend per month with the first year focused on core modules. The second year is geared towards flexibility, allowing students to craft their focuses and career paths with electives taught both on campus and online.


Depending upon chosen electives, students in the Imperial College Weekend MBA program will be required to take between 32 and 46 days out of office over 21 months. The first year in the program will focus on nine core modules, while the second year will feature six selected electives (from a range of 20 potential electives). These electives are shared by students in the Imperial full-time, Global, and Executive MBA programs. Many of the electives can be completed online.

The program culminates with a final independent project.

Class Profile

A total of 85 students are enrolled in the Imperial College Weekend MBA program, and 53 percent of students are of international origin. The average age of students is 30 and the average GMAT score is 660.

Career Statistics

The average starting salary of a Weekend MBA graduate is $113,000 USD.

Tuition & Fees

The tuition for students entering the Weekend MBA program is £47,000, which is the same for both UK and international applicants.


Scholarships and bursaries are offered to outstanding applicants into the Weekend MBA program. For those eligible for the Imperial Loyalty Bursary, 10 percent of the total fees will be reduced from the final cost (beginning in April 2018).

Numerous other scholarships and financing options are available.

Admissions Procedures

Applicants for the Imperial College Weekend MBA program must complete an application online, which requires a non-refundable £100 fee. Applications must be complete with the following:

  • A video pitch
  • A recent CV
  • Two references
  • English language test scores (for non-native English speaking applicants)

GMAT scores are not formally required; however, good scores may help one’s case.

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