LSE Launches Three New Business Masters Programs For Fall 2017

The one-year programs will focus on marketing, social innovation and entrepreneurship, and management

The Department of Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science has restructured its business programs, with three new one-year Masters programs beginning fall 2017.

LSE’s three new Masters offerings are: the MSc Marketing, the MSc Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship – which the school says will include elements of management, psychology, sociology, economics and anthropology – and a new one-year Masters of Management.

The Masters of Management will serve as a fast-track alternative to the current two-year option.

LSE says, “the new programs have been developed in response to growing demand from applicants and graduate employers, for business schools to run education programs which more closely meet the demands of modern global industry.”

More information about the programs and how to apply is available on their website.


Image: London School of Economics by Rafael Alvez CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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