Two-year program to launch in 2015

Imperial College Business School has announced that it will launch a new blended MBA program beginning in 2015.

The new "Imperial Global MBA" program will mix online coursework with face-to-face learning. Students will spend a total of three weeks out of the two-year program on campus.

According to an Imperial news release, the program was "partly in response to the growing popularity of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)."

Imperial previously offered a distance learning MBA program, but discontinued it after the fall 2012 intake.

Applications for the 2015 intake will be open this month. To apply, potential candidates must have at least five years of work experience. No GMAT score is required.

For more information, please see Imperial's Global MBA program webpage. 

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