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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.
We host events for prospective students across the world, ranging from international information sessions to networking events. We also attend a range of different international recruitment fairs on campuses and in major cities.
If you can’t attend any of these events in person, we regularly run online webinars that provide information on a range of topics.
For more information on these sessions, please visit the information events page.
LBS doesn’t provide student accommodation on campus.
However, there are a number of places available exclusively to our students at accommodation halls around London.
Details of these halls and how to apply are provided once you have received an offer for the programme.
Probably not. The MiM is designed for students wanting to step into the workplace once they graduate.
Please contact the MiM recruitment team if you have questions.
After graduating from the MiM, you can apply for the MBA as long as you meet the entry requirements.
However, you will need to apply for the programme, as non-alumni do, and will not be exempt from any coursework covered on the MiM.
Students on the London Business School (LBS) MBA have an average of five years’ work experience.
No. This programme is not recommended if you already have a MiM or an MBA as some of the management material covered is likely to be a repeat.
Core courses include Applied Microeconomics, Data Analytics for Management, Decision and Risk Analysis, Finance, Financial Accounting, Marketing, Performing in Organisations, Strategic Analysis and The Global Macroeconomy.
Your learning is supported by a wide range of electives and practical options, including the LondonLAB and Global Immersion Field Trips.
Explore our programme content page for more details.
This is a full-time programme and we do not advise students to work during their degree due to the difficulty of juggling study, job applications and School activities with a part-time job.
You must successfully complete an additional three electives if you undertake the additional term. They run in a range of formats, and as with electives during the programme, are taken with students from all programmes.
The Masters in Management is aimed at recent graduates and early career professionals with up to two years of relevant work experience. You have the motivation and desire to build a strong foundation for a career in business and may come from a diverse academic and professional background. We will consider applicants who have broad work experience in non-traditional business roles such as engineering, science and arts.
The MiM builds skills suitable for recruitment into pre-experience roles and graduate schemes in industry, banks, consultancies and other large organisations.
View the most recent MiM employment report.
Only work experience gained post-graduation is considered towards the two-year limit requirement. Internships taken during your studies do not count, even if you have completed several.
Yes. Our student ambassadors provide great insight into both our programmes and our vibrant LBS community. Learn more about your programme experience, discover what life on campus is like, and find out how to maximise your time in London.
No. You’ll need to select which programme you’re applying to at the beginning of your application.
If you are unsure which is best for you, please contact our recruitment team on email@example.com.
We accept strong undergraduate degrees in any subject area equivalent to a UK First or 2:1 or a GPA of 3.3 and above. You must complete your undergraduate degree prior to the start of the programme in September.
To apply to MiM, you must have a minimum of a bachelor's degree (or equivalent).
Yes. You must be fluent in English. If your first language is not English, you will need to prove fluency unless:
If you’ve lived in a non-English speaking country and/or your undergraduate degree wasn’t taught in English, you’re required to prove their English fluency through an English language speaking test. We recommend you take this when applying for the programme. If you apply without a test score, your application may still be reviewed.
We accept both the GMAT and GRE. You must take one of these tests prior to submitting your application. For additional information, please visit the Apply Now page.
We take your highest score, but we don’t combine scores from different tests.
If you have demonstrated exceptional academic performance you may be considered for a waiver. All requests are assessed on a case-by-case basis.
To be eligible, you need to meet the following criteria:
To apply for a waiver you will need to:
The Recruitment Team will check your eligibility and notify you within one week whether your waiver request has been forwarded onto the Admissions Committee. The Admissions Committee will make a decision no later than one week before the next stage deadline.
You should not submit your MiM application before taking either the GMAT or GRE without speaking with the Recruitment and Admissions Team first.
The School does not have any arrangements for students to transfer between its programmes or to/from a programme at another institution.
The MiM is specially designed for recent graduates - so you can join straight from your undergraduate studies. It’s also suitable for those who have completed an internship or have up to two years in the workplace.
Where possible, you should submit one academic and one professional reference. Select referees who know you well and who can comment in depth on your interactions in the classroom or workplace. Title is not as important as relationship.
If you don’t have a professional referee, two academic ones will be accepted. However, if you have work experience, the Admissions Committee will expect a recommendation from a past employer.
Yes, you’ll need to provide a certified translation. A soft copy is required at the application stage. If you are made an offer, you’ll need to provide a hard copy of both the English and original transcripts in person before the programme starts.
Answers over the word limit will not be considered by the Admissions Committee. We look for concise, informative answers within the word limit that demonstrate your potential for success on the programme.
Please view the deadline information on the how to apply page.
If you have missed the final deadline, please get in touch with the Recruitment Team. We may still be accepting a few final applications. If so, they will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
Only test score reports (e.g. GRE, TOEFL) and transcripts are accepted. Any other documents sent by post will not be accepted.
We do not provide feedback on unsuccessful applications. You may only apply once per academic year to the Masters in Management.
Please see the admissions policy (PDF, 14KB).
Currently, if you are not a national of the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland, you need a visa to study in the UK. Applying for a UK visa to study at LBS is a straightforward process.
For more information, please visit our visa requirements page.
Tuition fees for the Masters in Management 2020 intake will be £33,600.
There will be an additional payment of £7,500 for students electing to do the fourth term.
You will have the option to pay in two instalments before the end of Term 1. The first instalment deadline is September, the second is December. You can also pay in full when you start the programme.
LBS offers several financing options to support your graduate studies, including merit funds and bursaries. Around 20% of the Early Careers class each year receives funding from one of the School’s scholarships, which are supported by the School, alumni and external donors.
In addition to our own scholarship portfolio, there are also external loan options that admitted students can apply to, including Prodigy and Future Finance.
For additional information on financial aid, please visit our fees, financing and scholarships page.