"The overwhelming feeling was that we had one year to be students in China – so we should absolutely make the most of it."
Associate, Boston Consulting Group
Programme: Global Masters in Management
Global. Immersive. Practical. The international reach of our Global MiM makes it a masterclass in business management and practical learning.
the heart and soul of our vibrantly international student body
Study in both London and Shanghai and learn to operate seamlessly between Eastern and Western business networks.
Transformative and rich, faculty-led Global Immersion Field Trips (GIFTs) are integral to your degree.
Work with real communities in different business cultures to deliver concrete solutions and emerge with a stronger understanding of new sectors – from micro-finance to clean energy – within a global business context.
*GIFTS are included in tuition fees
Our students also find fulfilling careers in finance roles across numerous companies in the finance, professional services and corporate world, including Blackstone, Bloomberg, Deloitte, Fosun Group, PwC and L’Oreal.
Looking to a career in consulting? We offer opportunities to connect with McKinsey and Oliver Wyman.
Complete a live 10 week business project
Apply theory into practice by tackling a current business challenge in a live 10 week business project.
Guided by top LBS faculty, work in teams and take initiative to apply the learning from your core courses in the real world. Expand your London network, explore new sectors and make a tangible impact on a client organisation.
The client portfolio covers a range of multinationals to start-ups, giving you access to leading companies in a range of sectors. Recent clients include Deloitte, BBC, UNICEF, EY, Salesforce, Telefonica and Depop.
Identify/assess further opportunities to increase the rate of growth, market share or revenue.
Identify/assess opportunities within a new market or for a new product, with a view to informing the development of a market entry strategy.
Work to assess how specific market changes or trends impact your client and make recommendations on how best to navigate these changes
Learn another language as part of your Personal Development Programme. Competency in a second language is a GMiM exit requirement - gain skills invaluable for building successful relationships and exploring new perspectives and cultural insights.
No. The GMiM is a dynamic, full-time programme involving high-level class input and discussion and taught on campus first in London (LBS), then Shanghai (Fudan University).
Yes, we’d love to meet you!
We hold Information Sessions on campus every month where you can find out about LBS, our programmes and our community. This is a great chance to network with current students and alumni, and get your questions answered by the Recruitment and Admissions Team.
We also offer weekly drop-in sessions at our London campus and the University of London Union. Join these informal coffee chat sessions for the opportunity to speak with our Recruitment and Admissions team. Or meet with a student ambassador for extra insight into our community and life at LBS.
Yes. You must be fluent in English. If your first language is not English, you will need to prove fluency unless:
The GMiM builds skills suitable for recruitment into pre-experience roles and global graduate schemes in a wide range of industries including finance, consultancies and tech.
93% of our most recent GMiM class had accepted roles within 3 months of graduation.
View the most recent GMiM Employment Report.