Global Masters in Management
Delivered jointly by London Business School and the renowned School of Management, Fudan University in Shanghai, the Global MiM gives you an unparalleled grounding in international business management challenges preparing you for the opportunities of tomorrow.
The Global MiM is a two-year, full time course starting in September, where you attain two internationally recognised degrees: a Masters in Management (MiM) and a Masters in Science (MSc) in International Business. Year one takes place in London. Year two takes place in Shanghai.
Is it right for you?
- Are you an ambitious young professional hungry for global success?
- Do you have a strong interest in Asia and some knowledge of Mandarin or willingness to learn?
- Are you a recent graduate with up to two year’s full-time postgraduate work experience?
- Do you have an undergraduate degree equivalent to a UK 2:1?
- Have you excelled in non-academic areas such as sport, the arts or have shown leadership potential in community activities?
If so, this is the programme for you.
- Deepen your business knowledge and gain a unique two-world perspective in both Europe and Asia.
- Apply theory to practice in today’s fast-moving international business environment.
- Learn in London – the world’s pre-eminent business capital – and Shanghai – China's economic capital.
- Hone your skills and shape your thinking with insights from our world-class faculty.
- Gain a career advantage with a qualification from two world-class business education institutions.
- Immerse yourself in the Chinese market and understand the cultural context and exponential importance of this major economic centre.
- Duration: 24 months
- Next start: August 2021
- Format: Full-time
- Working experience: Less than 2 years*
- Fees: TBC (£33,600 + RMB 100,000)
- Student Association fee: £135
- Location: London and Shanghai
* For recent graduates with up to two years’ full-time postgraduate work experience. Strong interest in Asia and knowledge of Mandarin highly recommended, but not mandatory.