Tuition fees for the Masters in Analytics and Management starting August 2019 were £33,500. Fees for the 2020 intake will be confirmed in late 2019.
An additional Student Association Fee of £120 is levied to cover your Student Association (SA) subscription, ensuring you can take part in the many events and activities our School community provides.
There is an additional payment of £7,500 for students electing to do the fourth term.
If you are offered a place on the Masters in Analytics and Management programme, you are required to pay a commitment fee of £1,500 approximately three weeks later. A reservation fee of £6,000 will then fall due three weeks after that.
These non-refundable fees are deducted from your overall tuition fees. Applicants who apply late and are accepted will pay their fees within a shorter timeframe.
There are a number of different funding options available. Please contact the admissions team to see if you are eligible.
A range of loans, including The Prodigy Finance Loan programme, are available to help you finance your Masters in Analytics and Management. Find out more about getting a loan.
Pursuing your postgraduate studies is an important investment for your future, and one which we understand takes considerable thought and planning. We appreciate that undertaking graduate studies is also a financial investment, and have a number of funding opportunities available to support students who are looking to pursue the Masters in Analytics and Management.
Admitted students to the Masters in Analytics and Management will be automatically considered for all merit awards (for which they meet the entry requirements e.g. gender) except for the bursaries, which require an application.
Current scholarships include:
Open to: All successful MAM applicants who have clear academic and professional merit and can demonstrate the ability to contribute to all aspects of the MAM programme. This will be assessed through the application submitted to the programme and interview feedback.
Awards: Multiple awards with a maximum value of £8,000.
Application format: Candidates who receive an offer will be automatically considered for these awards.
Open to: All successful female applicants; these scholarships will be awarded based on merit. The aim of the scholarship is to support female candidates of merit and to help increase the number of women joining London Business School.
Awards: Multiple awards of up to £8,000.
Application format: Female candidates who receive an offer will be automatically considered for these awards.
Open to: All successful applicants; these bursary scholarships will be awarded based on financial need and will consider merit as a secondary factor.
Awards: Multiple awards of varying amounts with a maximum value of £12,000.
Application format: Candidates required to submit an application outlining planning financing for the programme.
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Unless you are taking an internship as part of our optional fourth term, we do not recommend that students work during the programme. MAM is an intense full-time degree, and you will find it very difficult to juggle study, job applications and School activities with any type of part-time work. NB: There is no work available to students on the London Business School campus.
Although we do not have campus accommodation available, there are a variety of places available to LBS students at different student halls around London. Full details are available post-offer, but please see below for more information: