Imperial College Business School is a part of the Imperial College London, located on the South Kensington Campus, London. The School as it is today was opened in 2004, however the Business School can be traced back to 1955 when the Operational Research Management Studies course enrolled it's first 5 students.
The Imperial College Business School is a graduate school which does not offer undergraduate courses. However, students that study other undergraduate degrees may be given the opportunity to study management alongside their main degree topic.
The Business School aims to benefit business and improve our society through innovative thinking and new technology, for developing practical solutions to real world issues. The programs are led by world-leading research by academics as well as global business leaders who often partner with the school on research projects.
Vision and Mission
The university place a strong emphasis on improving society and benefitting business through innovating thinking and have made this their core mission. They strive to inspire students to become the world's future leaders of business, and to enhance students entrepreneurial mindsets.
Over the years Imperial College Business School have developed a wide global alumni network which ensures graduates go onto have successful careers in various business related industries across the globe.