London Business School Announces New Flexible MBA

Program can be tailored to be 15, 18, or 21 months long

London Business School (LBS) has announced the launch of a new MBA program.

The new MBA will feature flexible "exit points," where students can choose to study for 15, 18, or 21 months.

In the second year of the program, MBA students at LBS have traditionally had the opportunity to study at a partner institution for up to one full term, as part of an international exchange program. This part of the program can now be shortened, according to LBS. 

The MBA will also offer flexible options for the summer term. Students will be able to choose from a paid internship, an entrepreneurship project, or a consulting project.

Additionally, students will have the opportunity to participate in a group project in a key London sector, such as technology, fashion, or financial services.

For more information, please see the LBS news release announcing the launch of the new MBA program.

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Duncan    |    Jan 19, 2017 23:21
Is any of that new?
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