London Business School to Start Masters in Management Program

New, 11-month program begins August 2009; applications now accepted

London Business School (LBS) is set to begin a new Masters in Management program in August 2009. The new program is designed to attract recent graduates with less work experience than those typically offered admission to MBA programs. 

LBS said the new, 11-month program is being offered in recognition that many companies are looking for entry-level candidates with some management skills.

Applications are now open, and will be accepted on a rolling basis, with the first stage of the cycle deadlines on January 5, 2009.

For more information, please visit the LBS website.

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