MBA Programme details
The London Business School MBA is a full-time programme with exit points at 15, 18 and 21 months. Our flexible curriculum supports your individual development needs through an increased choice of dynamic learning methods.
MBA Pre-programme and orientation
Our Leadership Launch programme acts as a springboard for the rest of your MBA and you'll work on a self-development plan which you will reference at each stage of the programme. Combined with high-profile guest speaker sessions in our London Talks series, the MBA brings leadership insights to life even before you enter the classroom.
Academically rigorous, the first year core courses of the MBA concentrate on three general management themes: Tools and Techniques, Managing the Organisation, and Engaging with the World. Faculty use a range of learning methods, drawing upon their direct links to industry and commerce.
During year one you will also engage in real-world business perspectives as you participate in the London Business Experiences course.
Most students choose to undertake an internship during their summer break. Others may consider the Entrepreneurship Summer School or get selected onto the Summer Consulting Team.
Find your own voice for your future career in the business world as you customise the MBA through a choice of electives and experiential learning techniques. Many students also study abroad on an International Exchange Programme.
Year Two also provides the unique opportunity to gain a global business perspective by participating in the Global Business Experiences course.
Celebrate the end of the MBA with an opportunity to reflect on what you have learned both inside and outside the classroom. Capstone brings the whole class back together for a series of key events featuring headline speakers and alumni panels.
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