London Business School

London Business School Masters in Management Program Structure

The London Business School Masters in Management program is for recent graduates who have less than one year of full-time postgraduate corporate work experience or less than two years of experience in a non-traditional business role who wish to build a strong business foundation.

The program has been offered as a one-year full-time program since its beginning five years ago. The two-year Global Masters in Management Program began in September 2015.

Curriculum

The one-year London Business School Masters in Management program is taught over the course of three terms. Terms run from September to December, January to March and April to June. The official course end is in the following September, after the September Exam Board is completed.

The program requires students to take core courses and electives. The core courses include a wide range of fundamental knowledge and skill areas. Students also have the option to develop a personal development plan tailored to their specific learning needs. Workshops include networking and presentation skills, Excel skills, creative thinking, and time management.

Class Profile

Between the MiM and the Global MiM, the class of 2017-18 consisted of 241 total students, with 203 in the MiM program in London. The average age of students in the program is 23, with 41 percent identifying as female. The class is represented by 42 total nationalities. Those entering the program have an average GMAT score of 686, an average GRE quants score of 163, and an average GRE verbal score of 158.

Careers

The career center at London Business School is available for all students to use. The school has hundreds of alumni and holds networking events for all students and alumni throughout the year. There is also a dedicated career week event for Masters in Management students held in October.

Ninety-five percent of students in the MiM and Global MiM programs receive a job offer within three months of graduating with an average base salary of £41,963, as of 2016.

Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition for the London Business School Masters in Management program starting September 2017 is £29,900.

Students who are accepted to the Masters in Management program are required to pay a Commitment Fee of £1,500 (within approximately three weeks of their offer for admittance) and then a Reservation Fee of £6,000 (within approximately six weeks of offer). Both the Commitment Fee and the Reservation Fee are non-refundable and will be deducted from the total tuition fees.
Students are also eligible for a loan to help finance their education as well as several different scholarships.

Tuition and other fees will not cover the cost of living accommodations or textbooks. Students should also be advised that a laptop computer is also required for the program.

Admissions Procedures

Applications for the LBS Masters in Management program must be completed online. Hard copies of the application and other supporting documents will not be accepted.

In order to have their application considered by admissions, prospective students must complete and upload the following documents to the application website: Online application form, essay questions, CV/resume, undergraduate degree equivalent to a UK 2:1 or above (or expected grades if their degree is not yet completed), GMAT (range of 600-800)/GRE scores, IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge CPE, CAE, or PTE Academic score (if applicable), and two references (academic or professional).

Students are also required to pay the application fee before an application will be considered for admission.
Once the application process is completed, applications will be reviewed and approved students will be given an interview date. After the interview process, applicants will be given an admissions decision.

Application Deadlines

There are seven rounds of admissions for the 2018 school year. The first deadline falls near the end of September and the final deadline falls at the end of May.