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  • Are you a young career professional or recent graduate with up to two years' work experience?

  • Have you graduated, or are you expecting to graduate, with a strong undergraduate degree (minimum 2:1) in a quantitative subject such as Engineering, Maths and Sciences, Computing, Economics, Accounting, Finance or Business and Management? Or, can you provide alternative proof of your quantitative ability?

  • Are you targeting a career as a Business or Data Analyst? Do you want the potential to work across a broad range of sectors, including consulting, technology, finance, retail and healthcare?

  • Do you have ambition, leadership skills and a real drive to excel?

  • Can you demonstrate an exceptional track record of success in sport, or the arts, at school, at university, or in your community?

 

Why MAM?

 

There are any number of reasons why MAM might appeal to you. You may want to:

 

  • Further your interest in, and gain specialist knowledge in data management
  • Pursue a career in business analytics and have the flexibility to work across multiple sectors
  • Develop a strong analytics toolkit without being pigeonholed into technical functions – gain the skills to transition into broader business strategy roles
  • Expand your global business perspective, build strong communication skills and grow your international network.

 

Whatever your reasons, you’ll be bright, ambitious, and driven to achieve real career success in the analytics space.

Our MAM Admissions Team is committed to selecting the very best talent from around the globe. If you’re seeking a future in analytics and want to develop your management and team skills at the same time, we’d love to hear from you.

Submit your CV to get personalised feedback on your suitability for the MAM programme and to find out what we’re looking for.

Watch our video to learn more about the LBS Early Careers student experience.

 

Contact us

Email: mam@london.edu
Tel: +44 (0)20 7000 7378


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