Past speakers include:Professor Jordan Nash Head of the Physics Department Dark (matter) at the end of the tunnelProfessor Joanna Haigh CBE FRS Co-Director, Grantham Institute for Climate Change The Science of Climate ChangeCEO speaker seriesWe are proud to attract world-class leaders to campus to share their insights and experiences on current business issues, corporate strategies and complex management situations. Graduating from Imperial College Business School will set you apart from the crowd. The skills and connections that you pick up along the way will set you on an accelerated path towards achieving your career goals.“One of the most rewarding aspects of the programme is being able to network with the leading firms that come on campus for recruitment events.”Keith BonjourMSc Finance & Accounting 2015–168788The Master’s experience
A lifelong communityThe Imperial College London network consists of over 180,000 alumniThe Imperial College London network is represented in over 190 countries180,000190Benefits on offer to our prestigious alumni network include: Invitations to events around the world Ongoing career support and access to electives Discounts on evening classes, gym membership and more Exclusive access to an alumni lounge and meeting space “Imperial College Business School’s strong alumni network is extremely advantageous for us as we get to meet professionals from various industries and it opens so many doors.”Jan Yi Ling OngMSc Economics & Strategy for Business 2015–16Your international networkGraduation is not the end of your relationship with Imperial. As an alumnus of the Business School and Imperial College London, you’ll be part of a vibrant alumni network with links into virtually every business sector. You will gain lifelong access to leading business people, thinkers and decision makers across all industries.The Imperial alumni community includes prestigious prize winners, inventors, business leaders, scientists, engineers, doctors, journalists, researchers and entrepreneurs. 14 Nobel laureates are associated with the College including Sir Alexander Fleming who discovered penicillin, the first antibiotic, in 1928.Alumni from the Business School include Karl Harder, Co-founder and Director of Abundance Generation – a revolutionary crowd-funding organisation which advocates ethical investing, and Rajen Ruparell who sold a daily deals website he co-founded to Groupon just five months after launch.Continuing professional development and networking You’ll have access to a wealth of resources to develop your professional networks and business skills after you graduate. These include inspiring professional development events, professional interest networks, guest lectures, webinars and the option to join electives alongside current Business School students.