Queen Mary University of London has announced a new masters programme to add to its growing portfolio of joint postgraduate programmes with the University of London Institute in Paris (ULIP). The MSc in Management, starting in Paris in September 2019, will build on the success of the existing LLM (Masters in Law) and the MA in International Relations at ULIP. The MSc will be based on Queen Mary’s School of Business and Management’s popular MSc in Management and will be taught by internationally-recognised academics who mostly already teach on the London MSc programme. The Paris-based students will graduate with the same internationally recognized qualification from a global top 100 university as their contemporaries in London.
The MSc in Management prepares mainly recently-graduated students for leadership roles in business and government. It gives students a good grounding in the key management disciplines and prepares them for management roles in business, enhancing their prospective employability.
According to Professor Mike Noon, Interim Dean of the School of Business and Management,
the new programme will add yet a further international dimension to a School which already has very international staff and student profile. It will combine the strengths of our well-established London MSc programme with ULIP’s focus on the French and European contexts.
Tim Gore, CEO at the University of London Institute in Paris, adds:
The University of London Institute in Paris is uniquely well-placed to contribute to the enhancement of the close educational, political and business links between UK and France and Europe at a critical time in UK-EU relations. This programme will build on those links and take advantage of ULIP’s unique position. We already have a close collaboration at the undergraduate level with Queen Mary’s School of Business and Management and we look forward to strengthening this collaboration with the new MSc.