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Congratulations on your Executive MBA offer from King's! 

You can use this page to explore more details about the course, and other key information you should know. Let us know if you have any questions. We look forward to your acceptance of our offer! 


Hear from our current students

Victoria and Hannah are both current King's Executive MBA students, and they were happy to share their thoughts on their experience so far during this webinar.

Why King's?

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    Rated in the top 5 for business and management studies in the UK

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    We're in the top 10 Universities in the UK

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    Once graduated, you'll become a member of our 250,000+ global alumni network. Our alumni, staff and students continue to make headlines today with discoveries, inventions and distinctions.

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    Commitment to knowledge with purpose - using our expertise as a force for good lies in the heart of our core mission.

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    Founded in 1829; for almost two centuries, our community has been deeply rooted in the belief that learning and research should serve society.

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    Situated in central London, one of the world's most dynamic and connected cities, King's is at the heart of national and global networks

Module tasters

EMBA Taster (Innovation for Impact)

Innovation for Impact

Dr Elisa Alt provides a taster of our Executive MBA Module 'Innovation for Impact', where you will…


Our expert faculty

Dr Marc Lepere leads Executive Education on ESG & Sustainability at King's Business School, and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Marc has been published in leading publications including Stanford Social Innovation Review and the Financial Times. He is also Founder and Chief Science Officer of Omnevue and has served as Chief Marketing Officer at Havas Worldwide, Executive VP for McCann Erickson WorldGroup and Deputy Chairman of Dentsu EMEA. In 2023 Marc hosted the EEA Annual Summit.

Michael A. Witt is Professor of International Business and Strategy at King's Business School. Michael is an expert on the institutional and geopolitical context of international business. His present research focuses on three contextual phenomena and their organisational and strategic implications: de-globalization, geopolitics/Cold War 2.0, and varieties of capitalism (national institutional systems). He has published five major books and a range of articles in leading scholarly journal, and serves on editorial boards of multiple leading international business and management journals. Prior to joining King’s, Michael spent more than 20 years as a professor at INSEAD, teaching in the MBA, EMBA, and executive development programs of the school. He received multiple teaching awards and dean's commendations for teaching excellence.

Oguz A Acar is a Chair in Marketing at King's Business School. He is also a Research Affiliate at Laboratory for Innovation Science at Harvard University, an Expert (in Behavioural Sciences and Innovation) at World Economic Forum, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA). He was recently named a World’s Top 40 Business School Professors Under 40. Oguz’s research is on behavioural innovation - it draws on behavioural science to understand creation, evaluation and adoption of innovative outputs be it a novel idea, product, strategy or technology. This research is published in leading academic journals across different disciplines. He has received grants from several institutions including European Institute of Innovation & Technology and British Academy. He has been featured in popular business magazines and newspapers such as the ABC, BBC, Financial Times, Forbes, Fortune and Wired. Oguz is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and has broad experience in developing and lecturing modules related to marketing and innovation to students and executives. He also worked with various organizations (in the forms of executive education, consultancy and research collaboration); some of his recent engagements include Beazley, Colgate-Palmolive and Tesco.

Dr Gillian Brooks is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) of Marketing at King’s Business School. She is a leading expert in the fields of influencer marketing, consumer culture and social media. Trained as a sociologist, Gillian investigates core topics in consumer behaviour, social media and digital marketing strategy primarily through qualitative research methods (e.g., ethnography, participant observation, interviews and content analysis). Gillian’s research has been published the Journal of Advertising, Forbes, The Guardian, the Journal of Marketing, Newsweek, The Telegraph, The Times, and The Washington Post. Gillian is part of an interdisciplinary research team examining youth mental health research via social media influencer marketing; the team was awarded a £1.1 million grant from U.K. Research and Innovation to pursue this research. Gillian is also a Programme Director for professional and executive education within the Business School, designing and delivering programmes relating to personal branding, social media strategy, persuasion and influence, and communication Gillian won the American Marketing Association Marketing Research SIG Don Lehmann Award, the Social Sciences Teaching Excellence Award from the University of Oxford, and is the recipient of a Marketing Science Institute research grant.

Elisa Alt is Lecturer in Entrepreneurship at King’s Business School. In her research, Elisa looks at how individuals can become entrepreneurial change agents, enabling value creation that meets social and environmental needs from both new ventures and established organizations. Elisa’s research has been published in leading academic journals, and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Jens Hagendorff is Professor of Finance and Executive MBA Programme Director at King's College London. Jens' work has been published in leading academic journals, and is one of the authors of Size, Risk and Governance in European Banking (Oxford University Press). Jens is an expert on bank risk and systemic risk, ESG and the risk/return profile of companies. Some of his work has featured in The Financial Times, Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, BBC News, and other media. He acts as an advisor/consultant to commercial and central banks as well as to asset management firms on a wide range of finance, investment, and banking issues. Recently, Jens has led a major review of the economic footprint of the European asset management industry for EY and PwC. Jens has delivered training and executive education programmes around finance, banking, and investment management for major global banks and asset management firms. He is also a regular speaker at international conferences, corporate events, and industry forums

Dana Minbaeva is Professor of Strategic Human Capital at King’s Business School, and is the Fellow of the Academy of International Business (AIB). Her research on strategic and international HRM has appeared in top international journals. She has published over 70 articles in international peer reviewed journals, numerous book chapters and reports, and has received several international awards to research achievements, including the prestigious JIBS Decade Award 2013. Dana is also a founder and research partner of Nordic Human Capital Advisory ApS. Currently, Professor Minbaeva serves as an Associate Editor of the Academy of Management Review.

Dr Catherine Tilley is a Senior Lecturer in Business Ethics & Sustainability and Impact Director, Institute for Sustainable Business. Her research examines two phenomena: first, the ways in which people in companies incorporate social and environmental sustainability into their decision-making; and second the ways in which complex socio-technical systems (such as transport networks) adapt to climate pressures. Her areas of expertise include: decision-making in businesses, social and environmental sustainability in businesses, and change in complex systems. Catherine's work has been published in the International Journal of Operations and Production Management. She is a Fellow of the HEA, and a Fellow in Construction Engineering Management at the University of Cambridge and has been a Visiting Scholar at Stirling University and an Ivey Sustainability Academy Fellow. Catherine is the Responsible Business Lead for King's Business School, and represents the Business School on the King's Service Committee.

Dr Robyn Klingler-Vidra is Reader in Entrepreneurship and Sustainability at King’s Business School. She is the author of The Venture Capital State: The Silicon Valley Model in East Asia and Inclusive Innovation. Her research focuses on entrepreneurship, innovation, and venture capital and has been published in leading peer-reviewed journals, including International Affairs, New Political Economy and Regulation & Governance. She has delivered executive education for the LSE, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Tel Aviv University and the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office and led international studies for the UN Development Programme. She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.




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Your Professional Development

Your class will include talented executives from a wide range of sectors, all working towards the common goals of improving their leadership skills and having a positive impact on the world. As part of the programme, you will gain access to:

  • One to one professional executive coaching to help you clarify your goals and how to reach them
  • Workshops to improve your knowledge of executive presence, executive recruitment, salary negotiation and promotion practices
  • Speakers, guest lecturers, fireside chats across a range of industries
  • Networking and connection activities with our alumni, executive fellows, advisory board and across the wider King's College London community


Our programmes are taught in English and participants are required to be proficient in spoken and written English to attend. We do not provide translation facilities and do not allow participants to be accompanied by translators. If you have an English Language test, please provide details when prompted. Applicants are not required to meet the English Language requirements at the point of application as this can be a condition of offer. The Admissions Team will review your application in its entirety to ascertain if you meet the English Language requirements.

Visa requirements vary depending on your nationality and country of residence. We encourage you to use the 'check if you need a visa' tool. The visa application process is the participant’s responsibility, and it is up to the individual to ensure that the visa application is made in adequate time to attend the course. If you do need a visa letter, we can provide you with a letter confirming that you will be attending a King's Business School Executive MBA for the dates of the programme.

King’s Business School does not provide accommodation for its open executive education courses. However, the benefit of choosing an Executive Education programme in London is that the city offers a variety of accommodation to suit different needs and budgets. Please be sure to book any accommodation directly with the provider once your programme registration has been confirmed as accommodation in London can quickly become fully booked. We are pleased to offer a 20% discount for a room booking at the Strand Palace Hotel by using the code KINDELGATE. Subject to availability and restrictions apply.

Nearest Underground stations: Temple Station (Circle/District line) & Holborn Station (Central/Piccadilly line). If you are travelling by taxi or in a similar transport, please note that traffic starts building up from around 6 am and the busiest time in the morning is between 6.30 am and 9.30 am, after which it starts tailing off again. A reliable taxi service is Addison Lee with airport rates +£90 into central London. The early evening rush hour starts at around 4 pm and continues until 7.30 pm. Usually, the busiest time is between 5 pm and 7.30 pm - please consider this when making your travel arrangements as your commuting might be affected by the heavy traffic expected during this time.

A light breakfast, lunch and two refreshment breaks are included each day for participants in our programmes. Dinner is not included unless specified in your programme agenda.


Your classes will take place in our modern 3rd floor office of Melbourne House, at King's Business School, London.