Networking is one of the most important skills that our MBA develops. You will attend a masterclass that shows you how to develop business and social connections that increase your confidence and business efficiency. You can get started in your assigned study group (who will all have five to six years' experience in the workplace), who will form the nucleus of your MBA network, while the broader cohort you are studying with will give you a wider network.
Some modules will mix your cohort with two other cohorts. The more established cohorts provides peer support as you begin; and you will then go on to provide that support to a newer cohort towards the end of your course.
MBA Careers Week will give you plenty of time to get to know a wide range of consultants and other professionals. You will also be given networking opportunities though our links with business and industry.
As an MBA graduate, you will get free, life-long membership of Kingston's Alumni Association. You will have the chance to meet your cohort regularly to continue your professional development or to network and socialise. Kingston Business School organises a number of Business Network events each year, which you (or representatives of your organisations) are welcome to attend.
Kingston Business School joins an elite group of the top 5 per cent of institutions worldwide awarded the prestigious AACSB accreditation.