Imperial MBA is a 12-Month Full-time MBA program with a focus on Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Design. Before starting the course, Imperial MBA students are expected to complete three online refresher courses in Accounting Primer, Quantitative Methods Primer and Preparatory Maths Primer.
Imperial MBA students can take 8 core courses in Accounting Management Analysis, Business Economics, Economic Framework, Financial Management, Marketing Management, Organisational Behaviour, Quantitative Methods and Strategic Management. These courses are designed to develop the foundation necessary for acquiring skills in leadership and managerial roles.
The electives in Imperial MBA will allow students to specialise in their area of interest.
Around 25 electives are offered to the students: out of which 6 electives can be chosen. Some of the interesting electives are: Advanced Corporate Finance, Advanced Consulting Skills, Brand Management, Breakout Strategy, Designing and Innovating Services, Entrepreneurship in Renewable Energy, Hi-Tech Strategy, Strategies and Policies, Managing Negotiations and Pricing, Intellectual Property Valuation and Leadership.
What makes Imperial MBA unique is the inclusion of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Design course (IE&D). The course gives students a first-hand experience of introducing a product/service in the market. For Entrepreneurial candidates, the IE&D is a great opportunity to evaluate their own ideas. There will be four mentoring workshops under the course. Each workshop will lead the students towards translating their idea into a viable product/service.
For students interested in Consulting, Imperial MBA project is a great opportunity to translate theory into practical recommendations. Students are required to submit a 15000 words recommendation (a critical actionable recommendation).
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