Focus on implementation
The challenge of strategy is implementing it effectively. Our approach emphasises application of theory to recognise the realities facing practising managers. Course components, such as the Business Simulation and Consulting Project, teach the application of theories in the real world to enable graduates to hit the ground running in their careers.
Dedicated modules focusing on innovation, globalisation, digital and energy economics address the most pressing issues in modern business.
Imperial College London was named as the joint 2nd best university in the world in the 2014 QS World University Rankings. The Imperial name will open doors for you across the world.
The business capital of Europe
As a result of our central London location, students gain a real advantage in expanding their global networks and understanding how to collaborate with others.
Is MSc Economics & Strategy for Business right for me?
MSc Economics & Strategy for Business is an intensive and demanding programme for students with an excellent undergraduate degree who wish to launch a career in Economics, Strategy and Business Management.
We are looking for candidates with previous experience of Economics topics at degree level and good quantitative skills, in addition to excellent communication, problem solving and teamwork skills, to become part of a dynamic, high-calibre cohort.
MSc Economics & Strategy for Business is designed for new and recent graduates. Candidates with more than three years’ work experience will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Admission to the MSc Economics & Strategy for Business programme is very competitive and the selection committee will pay close attention to all aspects of your application. To be eligible to apply for the programme you should normally have:
- A business-related undergraduate degree at First or 2:1 Honours level (or international equivalent)
- A well-researched career plan with clear short and long term goals
- English language test results (if applicable)
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Last updated February 12, 2016