United Kingdom, London

Business and Management

when 19 June 2017 - 18 August 2017
language English
duration 9 weeks
credits 7.5 EC
fee GBP 2100

LSE Summer School offers over 80 three-week courses taught by LSE’s world-renowned faculty. All courses take place on our campus in the heart of Central London.

The LSE Summer School has the world's largest intake of international study abroad undergraduates compared with other summer schools across the globe. Visiting students are often able to transfer credit from LSE's rigorously assessed summer courses towards degrees at their home institution.

The Summer School curriculum is drawn from across the university, with courses being offered in subjects as diverse as Accounting and Finance, Economics, International Relations, Law and Management.

Our 2017 Business and Management courses are as follows:

Session One: 19 June - 7 July 2017

MG101: Marketing
MG106: Strategic Management
MG110: From Behavioural Insight to Strategic Decision Modelling
MG130: Organisational Behaviour
MG190: Human Resource Management and Employment Relations
MG209: Bargaining and Negotiation: Interests, Information, Strategy and Power

Session Two: 10 - 28 July 2017

MG103: Consumer Behaviour: Behavioural Fundamentals for Marketing and Management
MG104: Innovation Management
MG105: Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship
MG204: Leadership in Organisations
MG220: Corporate and Organisational Strategy
MG250: E-Business in the Digital Age
MG300: Negotiation Boot Camp: Personal Mastery in the Art of Negotiating

Session Three: 31 July - 18 August 2017

MG101: Marketing
MG106: Strategic Management
MG133: Foundations of Management
MG202: Open Innovation
MG205: Competitive Strategy and Game Theory

Course aim

The department was established in the academic year 2006-07 and unites four academic units at the School – Employment Relations and Organisational Behaviour, Information Systems and Innovation, Managerial Economics and Strategy, and Management Science – into a single department. We produce world-class research on management issues and provide our students with a deep insight into the functioning of the global business environment. Our unique programmes combine the study of management with the School’s renowned social sciences perspective.

The department’s mission is to become the premier management department in Europe, and one of the top departments in the world, in both teaching and research. The objective is to create a world-class environment for multidisciplinary research on management issues.

Credits info

7.5 EC
The amount of credit awarded is always determined by the student's home university. We suggested our courses are worth 7.5 ECTS points / 3 credits in the US system.

Fee info

GBP 2100: Please visit our website for 2017 fees