The full-time MBA class 2019 at Cass Business School, London comprises a small cohort of 64 with the majority 30% having work experience in Finance. Students from Asia comprise 52% of the class.
The average age of the students, comprising 29 nationalities is 32 and they have an average work experience of 8 years.
- A small cohort of 64 with the majority 30% having previous work experience in Finance
- Female students comprise 39% of the class. The average GMAT score is 653.
- 52% of students are from Asia followed by 16% from the UK, 15% Europe, 9% the Middle East and Africa, 5% North America, 2% Latin America and 1% Australasia
- The students will also have access to Cass campus in the Dubai International Financial Centre, It is also the only global business school to have a dedicated Mergers & Acquisitions Research Centre
Female students comprise 39% of the class. The average GMAT score is 653. In nationalities represented by region, 52% of the students are from Asia, followed by 16% from the UK, 15% Europe, 9% Middle East and Africa, 5% North America, 2% Latin America and 1% Australasia.
In industrial experience, Finance at 30% is followed by IT/Telecommunication 9%, Education/Not for Profit 8%, Energy, Real Estate, Hospitality/Tourism and Retail/FMCG 6% each, Consulting and Engineering/Manufacturing 5% each, Media, Pharma/Healthcare and Supply Chain 3% each, Agriculture, HR, Military, Professional Services and Sports 2% each.
The Full-time MBA at Cass is a 12-month program, based in the city of London. Apart from the faculty, business practitioners also impart practical knowledge to the students. The classroom experience includes lectures, workshops and live projects.
The cohort also gains work experience through overseas expeditions and international consultancy projects. Working with an exceptional cohort from around the world, you will be able to develop leadership and team-building skills along with decision-making, business sensitivity and adaptability.
The program is open to customisation with a wide range of elective concentrations. The school’s location close to London’s financial core and the new tech belt centred on Silicon roundabout is particularly advantageous.
The students will also have access to Cass campus in the Dubai International Financial Centre, the leading financial hub for the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. It is also the only global business school to have a dedicated Mergers & Acquisitions Research Centre.
The students will have an opportunity to develop an explorer’s mindset, ready to read and respond to rapidly changing business environments, by joining the Cass Expeditionary Society. They will have access to the £10million Cass Entrepreneurship Fund for high potential early-stage businesses. International electives spread over nine locations will give a truly global perspective.
The students will get continuous support and guidance from dedicated professional staff and alumni mentors throughout the duration of the program. The integrated careers service, with professional development built into the curriculum and support, continues after graduation. They also get continued learning with alumni access to one free elective each year.
The global alumni network of over 45,000 enables you to connect with throughout your career, plus links to international businesses.