Msc Management student

MSc Management (MiM)

Kick-start your business career on our popular Masters in Management. Designed for graduates of all backgrounds, you will develop key management techniques to prepare you for a wide range of management careers. 

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About The Course

MSc Management (MiM) is a globally recognised programme, ranked by the Financial Times. This programme is for graduates of all backgrounds who want to kick-start their management career and achieve an industry-standard level in management studies. It has been developed by Lancaster University Management School through a co-design approach - reviewed each year by students, alumni and business representatives to ensure continuous improvement and absolute relevance.

Due to the scope of our leading Management School, the programme offers a far-reaching knowledge base that enhances your employability. Our students graduate with a comprehensive understanding of management complemented by excellent emotional intelligence. Many businesses recruit directly from this programme, making this an excellent choice to launch a successful career in management.

For a list of modules you will study, please take a look at our course content section.

Key Facts

Course Content

The MSc Management introduces you to the full range of management and business disciplines.

During the first term (October to December) you will study the following modules:

During your second term, which runs from January to March, you will take the following modules:

During Term 3 (April - July) you will study the following core modules:

QS Masters in Managment Top 100

Globally recognised

We're ranked in the QS World University Rankings 2022 Masters in Management top 100, placing 23rd for Thought Leadership and 63rd overall.

QS Masters in Management 2022 rankings

Careers

For many students, the desire to boost their career prospects and move more quickly into senior roles is a key reason for acquiring a Masters degree. That's why we integrate careers support into our MSc programmes and offer a range of facilities to help you in your career development and job search process.

Like all of the School’s Masters students, you will have access to guidance and support from the LUMS careers team. But to give you extra industry-specific job-hunting skills, we have a dedicated MSc Management Careers Coach, Martine Dawber, who provides dedicated careers support to all students on our FT ranked programmes. This includes a comprehensive range of support, from workshops and employer presentations to CV advice, interview techniques, application support and help with job searches. Martine also tracks and supports the growth and development of our MSc Management graduates, building links with employers to ensure past graduate successes continue to inspire future students.

Employer Events

You will also be able to take part in the many workshops and other employer events provided throughout the year by the careers team at LUMS. Many of the workshops are run by major companies, allowing you to find out what companies look for when recruiting at this level, and to improve skills which employers regard as essential in good candidates.

Where do our graduates go?

Each year the mix of final destinations will vary, reflecting the different interests and aspirations of the students within the class. Companies who recruited our graduates recently include Dow Chemicals, Ernst & Young, Deloitte, KPMG, BAE Systems, Marks and Spencer, Nissan, Philips, Nielsen and Bank of China. A small number of students go on to further study, some taking up the opportunities offered within our study abroad programme, and others choose to set up their own business, based on ideas developed during their studies.

International Experience

The world of business is becoming more global, so international experience is increasingly important for managers. Our study abroad schemes provide a valuable opportunity to develop cultural awareness and broaden your skills. We have established partnerships with a number of world-class institutions, with a range of summer schools and postgraduate study abroad opportunities after your studies. Find out more below.

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