"The international exposure LBS gives its students is unrivalled by any other school. In my class of 108 there were more than 40 nationalities."
Founder, Hello Fresh
Experience a truly global learning journey - one that takes you from the classroom to the international world of business. The MiM’s scope and rigour will broaden your business experience on campus, in London and around the world.
the heart and soul of our vibrantly international student body
Our Global Experience courses challenge you to apply your learning in new and unfamiliar contexts, and to have responsible real-world impact. For one intensive, immersive week, you will expand your global mindset and network. Alongside your peers in Graduate Masters, MBA and Leadership programmes, travel to destinations such as Austin, Cape Town, Medellin and Paris.
Each Global Experience is led by expert faculty and explores a topical theme, offering an in-depth view of a country's business culture. You will have the opportunity to interact meaningfully with members of the local business ecosystem, faculty, alumni, fellow students and others in the LBS global community.
Put 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 startups, 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.
Yes. You must be fluent in English. If your first language is not English, you will need to prove fluency unless:
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.
From September 2021, the School is adopting a Classroom First approach. For more information on what this means for you, visit our Return to campus page.