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Executive MBA

Executive MBA

Imperial College Business School

Imperial College Business School, London, United Kingdom
  • QS Global MBA Rankings
    22
  • Program Type Executive MBA
  • Duration 23 months
  • International students' % 66
  • Scholarships No
  • Avg. salary 152696(USD)
  • Start date Feb
  • % of women 25

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The Imperial Executive MBA is a 23-month part-time program designed for leaders in a technology-driven world. It will give you a thorough knowledge of essential business disciplines, opportunities to specialize in your areas of expertise and experiences to develop your global perspective on business. 

Businesses often operate at an international level and competition is on a global scale, and studying the Executive MBA at Imperial College Business School allows you to immerse yourself in this global business environment. The program incorporates two international residencies that will see you visiting top business schools worldwide, in Europe and China. 

This is the UK's first blended Executive MBA program, combining online preparation with in-class learning to provide busy senior executives with a high level of flexibility over pace, timing and location of study. 

Imperial College Business School’s award-winning Edtech Lab and online tutors ensure that candidates are supported through their whole learning journey, with online material allowing you to complete a significant portion of work flexibly at your own pace, wherever you might be. Online preparation is then pulled into on-campus sessions to help you make the most out of your time in class.

Tuition fees

Home students and international students can expect to pay £58,700 (~US$74,662) for the Executive MBA program. Scholarships are also available to the most talented students. 

Entry requirements

Those who are interested in applying to the Executive MBA at Imperial College Business School will need to be well-rounded professionals who have exceeded in their career, are passionate about making an impact as a global business leader of the future, and meet the following criteria:

  • Typically 10 years’ relevant postgraduate work experience, however, candidates with over eight years’ relevant experience can be exceptionally considered
  • A good undergraduate degree or recognized professional qualification
  • English language test results (if applicable)

You can find out more about entry requirements by visiting the Imperial College Business School website.

Admissions

If you’re an international student who’s interested in studying the Executive MBA at Imperial College Business School, you’ll need to complete an online application form and submit the following documents:

  • Contact details of two referees
  • Complete degree transcripts
  • Personal statement
  • An up-to-date CV
  • Career planning essays
  • English language test results (if applicable)
  • Optional three minute video pitch
  • Application processing fee

If your initial application is successful, you will be invited to attend an interview with a senior member of the Admissions Committee. 

For more information regarding the application process to Imperial College Business School you can visit their website


About University

COVID-19 Information: Please check the end of this sectionImperial College Business School is situated in the heart of Imperial College London’s South Kensington campus, one of London’s most vibrant and attractive neighborhoods. As part of Imperial College London, which is a global leader in science and technology, Imperial College Business School combines business and technology to drive global business, social transformation and an entrepreneurial mindset through its 13 Master's programmes, four MBAs and Doctoral programme. Imperial College Business School’s campus also boasts some of the very best teaching, research and leisure facilities, including:24-hour Central LibraryThe Student Hub – a one-stop-shop for all student enquiriesEthos Sports Center, equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, a 25m deck-level swimming pool and climbing wallImperial College Union which hosts many events, clubs, societies, facilities and servicesA wide range of restaurants, bars and cafesPlenty of green space, including a beautiful landscaped square with the famous Queen’s TowerSouth Kensington is one of London’s most attractive neighborhoods, and is at the heart of ‘Albertopolis’; the realization of Prince Albert’s vision for an area where science and the arts would come together. As a result, some of London’s most famous cultural treasures are just around the corner for you to explore, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Natural History Museum and Science Museum. Another near-by iconic venue is the Royal Albert Hall where Imperial College Business School’s graduation ceremonies are held.For a relaxing break from studying, students head over to one of London’s largest and most popular parks, Hyde Park or neighboring Kensington Gardens which is one of the capital’s eight Royal Parks.For those who fancy a spot of shopping at the weekends, the campus is also just around the corner from Knightsbridge where some of London’s most exclusive shops are located, including one of the world’s favorites – Harrods. And when it comes to eating and drinking around South Kensington, London has everything you need –from the Farmers’ Markets to afternoon tea at a five-star hotel.Want to know more about Imperial College Business School? Find them on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. COVID-19 Information:Imperial College Business School is well-positioned to continue its world-class education and research and is leveraging its long-standing digital capabilities to ensure the ongoing provision of its mission. All current programmes have now switched to remote teaching and assessment; we remain committed to delivering the highest quality education. Imperial will continue to follow UK government policy as government begins to ease some of its restrictions. You can access our Covid-19 FAQs page at www.imperial.ac.uk/business-school/about-us/coronavirus-covid-19-key-information/.For Masters’ programmes commencing in September 2021, we are preparing for all possible scenarios and whether these are delivered in London, online or a combination of both, we are exceptionally well prepared to deliver an outstanding student experience across all formats. This is reflected by our award winning EdTech department and our Global Online MBA which QS recently ranked #1 in the UK and #2 in the world.Students will have access to the full complement of Careers support across all formats of delivery. Our current students are engaging with careers coaches and employers virtually and we are increasing our provision of online careers activity for the incoming classes. Our vibrant student community has adapted to the current situation and the clubs and societies are working virtually, continuing to support one another to offer engaging activities for all.We are hosting a variety of online events designed to provide engagement opportunities for prospective and admitted students. These include virtual information sessions, webinars and drop-ins, as well as live Q&As. Whilst we cannot deliver international in-person activities, we are attending virtual fairs and forums to continue to meet with applicants. A full list of our upcoming events is available at www.imperial.ac.uk/business-school/programmes/meet-us/If applicants have questions about applying, they can contact the Recruitment team ([email protected]), who will be happy to discuss the programme, admissions and any individual circumstances.

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