Why you should consider the GMiM and MiM programmes

The Masters in Management, our flagship programme, gives you critical business understanding, international perspective and practical skills to kick-start your career, whether you’re interested in consulting or thinking about starting your own company.

Developed in consultation with top recruiters, our Masters in Management programme helps you gain the business-ready career skills to succeed in today’s fast-paced global market.

The Global Masters in Management programme will prepare you for global business success. The programme is tailored to individuals interested in working in the Asian markets, as well as in markets around the globe. You will be invited to challenge perceptions and embrace diversity in two key global economic centres: London and Shanghai. From this programme, you’ll gain two internationally recognised degrees, a Masters in Management (MiM) from us and a Masters in Science (MSc) in International Business from Fudan University. The GMiM prepares you to be a leader in an ever-changing world.

Allan Baudoin, MiM alum said:

“For me, the most interesting part of the programme was meeting so many interesting and brilliant people, each in their own special way, all from different backgrounds and cultures. I think the best networking you can do at London Business School is with the students. I met people who I now consider some of my closest friends.”

Sofia Cucalon, GMiM alum said:

“As part of the GMiM programme, for my second year I studied at Fudan University in Shanghai.It’s this global connectivity that makes LBS a truly unique school. Gaining exposure to a different culture, language and new ways of doing business have proven absolutely critical to succeeding in my role today.”

What we look for in a MiM candidate:

  • Undergraduate degree of 2.1 or 3.3. GPA (minimum)
  • 0 – 2 years of postgraduate work experience
  • A competitive GMAT/GRE score
  • Leadership potential

What we look for in a GMiM candidate:

  • Undergraduate degree of 2.1 or 3.3. GPA (minimum)
  • 0 – 2 years of work experience
  • A competitive GMAT/GRE score
  • Leadership potential
  • A keen interest in the Asian markets

If you are wondering whether this is the right programme for you, please contact our G/MiM Recruitment Team at mim@london.edu. You are also welcome to request an informal CV review.

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