Imperial College MBA - Quick Facts
Imperial College Business School is holding an open day on 21st July, as well as several on-campus and online info sessions over the summer
We’ve put together some quick facts about studying at Imperial College Business School for those of you who are researching business schools. We’ve also included a short video where full-time MBA Lorna Dickson gives more details about the Imperial MBA.
Start date: October 2012
Duration: 12 months
Location: South Kensington, London
Tuition: GBP 36,000
Scholarships: There are several sources of funding available including special funds for US Nationals, Indian Nationals and for Women. See the Imperial MBA Scholarships page for more details.
Diversity: 91% international student and 30% women students
Fun Fact: The Business School building Tanaka building is name after US entrepreneur Gary Tanaka, an Imperial College alumni. Dr Tanaka donated £25 million to provide new accommodation for the Imperial College management school and a further £2 million for the support of internet technology. The gift is the largest personal donation in the history of the College.
Admissions Queries, Info Sessions and Open Days:
An admissions Open day for those considering starting in October 2012 will take place on Saturday July 21.
The Imperial MBA admissions team also offers one-to-one consultations via Skype, phone or face-to-face on Mondays and Tuesdays at 15:00 and 15:30, and Wednesdays and Thursdays at 12:00 and 12:30
The School holds information sessions on campus and online throughout the year and the next events will take place on Wednesday 11, July (on-campus) and Tuesday 17 July (online). If you prefer to meet face-to-face, the Imperial Admissions team might be coming to a MBA fair in a city near you.
In the video below, Australian MBA Lorna Dickson tells students what they can expect from the Imperial MBA and living in the heart one of London's most beautiful neighbourhoods.
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