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As part of Imperial College London, a global leader in science and technology, we drive global business and social transformation through the fusion of business, technology and an entrepreneurial mindset. We combine innovative thinking and insight with new technology to develop solutions to real world issues, benefiting business and improving society.
Study in United Kingdom
- The United Kingdom is one of the world’s leading financial centers. Other sectors that contribute to the UK’s economy include manufacturing, services, construction, and tourism.
- There are 162 higher education institutions in the country, which are all held to strict standards by the government and feature strongly in world rankings. Each year, about 450,000 international students study in the UK.
- International students who have successfully completed an undergraduate or Master’s degree will be able to benefit from two years’ work experience in the UK upon graduation.
The part-time MBA allows you to accelerate and develop your career, balancing studying at Imperial in London one weekend a month with a demanding job. During the program you will develop a strong international network of ambitious students and graduates, leading faculty and business practitioners. The Imperial Weekend MBA offers the chance to learn at Imperial and take advantage of studying an MBA in the highly dynamic environment in South Kensington, London, while allowing you to continue your current job.
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