A First or Second Class Honours degree (or international equivalent) from an acceptable university, or an acceptable professional qualification; Minimum three years’ relevant postgraduate work experience; Demonstration of English language proficiency.
Months of entry
Over the course of 21 months the Imperial Weekend MBA will provide you with a solid understanding of core business disciplines, and also present opportunities to specialise in areas that reflect your personal interests and career aspirations. Whether your motivation for completing an MBA is to accelerate your career within your current sector, or to make a career transition into a new role or industry, our Weekend MBA will provide you with plenty of opportunities to make these ambitions a reality.
Throughout the Weekend MBA you will have regular interaction with your peers at lectures at our campus in South Kensington, London. The programme requires you to take between 27–37 days out of the office in a 21 month period, depending on the electives chosen.
During the first year on the programme you will cover two blocks of core modules. In the second year of study, you will complete your electives, Final Project and Global Experience Week.
The core modules will build rapidly on your previous experience, while introducing new and challenging disciplines. You will cover the general functions of management, explore essential business topics and acquire the skills to be an effective and inspiring leader in whatever career you choose. These include:
• Corporate Finance
• Decision Analytics
• Finance and Management Accounting
• Global Macroeconomics
• Innovation and Entrepreneurship
• Managerial Economics
• Marketing Management
• Organisational Behaviour
The MBA elective portfolio consists of approximately 25 courses across a number of subject areas.You can choose to study six electives, or five electives plus the Entrepreneurship Journey. If you wish, you can also apply to join a further two electives, for which you will not be assessed. These include:
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
• Design Management
•Managing and Valuing Intellectual Property
•Advanced Company Valuation
•Advanced Corporate Finance
•Venture Capital Finance
•Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability
•Managing Organisational Change
•Mergers and Acquisitions
•Strategic Consulting Skills
•Management Challenges in Healthcare
•Managing Infrastructure Projects
The final project is an independent piece of work where you will demonstrate that you are able to address a specific theme in an autonomous way and bring together your learning across different subjects. This project will be your ‘business card’ to show that you are able to provide a valuable and holistic view of a topical theme.
Global Experience Week
The Global Experience Week is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the business environment of another country. Together with the rest of your class you will visit local and global companies, and meet Business School alumni based in that country. The Global Experience Week is an intensive exploration of a country’s business practices and challenges using company visits to learn through practical case studies.
Information for international students
Students who are not native speakers of English, or were not awarded their degree in a qualifying English speaking country, must demonstrate their proficiency by completing an approved English language qualification (including GCSE English, IELTS or TOEFL) at the required level.
Fees and funding
The fees for the Imperial Weekend MBA are £42,000. These fees are the same for both UK and international students.
Significant scholarship funding is available to the most talented applicants for the April 2016 intake. All self-funded candidates will automatically be considered for a scholarship, provided interest in scholarship funding is indicated on the application form.
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Amanda Payne-Danson
- +44 (0)207 594 9206