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Masters In Management - At The London Business School

Friday, August 3, 2012















In a very competitive job market, are you thinking of how to stand out from the crowd? Have you thought of having a Masters Degree to give you that competitive edge in job applications?

London Business School is looking to increase the number of Masters in Management (MiM) applications it receives from graduates/recent graduates with less than a year’s work experience, who are looking for a post-graduate business course. 

The Master in Management (MiM) programme will lay the foundations for a successful career in business as it gives students a competitive edge in front of global recruiters. 

The MiM programme helps students develop deep knowledge and skills in the key areas of business that can be transferred directly to the corporate world. 
 Develop deep knowledge and skills in the key areas of business that can be transferred directly to the corporate world · Develop deep knowledge and skills in the key areas of business that can be transferred directly to the co
The MiM programme also comes with a Career Skills Programme which runs alongside academic study and assists students with career evaluation, job search and professional skill development.

To stay relevant and current, the MiM programme was developed in extensive consultation with top recruiters and the curriculum focuses on the knowledge and skills that employers demand.

Leading recruiters regularly visit the school and the programme's Career and Business Immersion weeks provide exclusive opportunities to meet top graduate employers.

In just one year, LBS graduates can get a world-respected brand on their CV. 

The 2011 Masters in Management Employment Report shows that:

· 96% of the class secured an offer of employment within three months of graduation

· 42% of graduates went into finance; 35% into consulting and 23% into corporate sectors

· There was an increase in the number of students being hired into the same organisation which shows that recruiters value the contribution MiM make.

· Companies hiring MiMs included A.T. Kearney, Apple, Bain & Company, Booz & Company, Citi, Google, HSBC, L'Oreal, McKinsey & Company, The Boston Consulting Group, Unilever, Universal McCann, UBS and ZS Associates. 

See the full report here.

MiM alum Andreas Lubbe, who used the MiM to fast-track his business career, said: "I felt that there was no degree other than the London Business School Masters in Management that would really help to prepare me for working in top tier companies."

Andreas's programme experience video is available on the London Business School Masters in Management website.http://bs.serving-sys.com/BurstingPipe/adServer.bs?cn=tf&c=20&mc=click&pli=4543570&PluID=0&ord=[timestamp]  

So, if you are thinking of gaining a strong competitive edge in a business career, why not consider the London Business School Masters in Management?  MiM is a full-time, 12 month programme and the next start date is September 2012.

For more information, download the brochure here

Relevant links:
London Business School
Masters In Management


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