The Imperial environment is one that really drives you to push yourself and seize opportunities

Hilary Tay, Singapore
Institution:Imperial College Business School
Program:MSc Management
Degree:2019

What did you do before this master in management?

I come from a science background, having studied a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Chemistry with First Class Honours from University College London. I also hold a Diploma in Perfumery and Cosmetic Science from Singapore Polytechnic. Before beginning my Master’s, I gained work experience at Johnson & Johnson and Digiworks Learning Pte Ltd.

Why did you decide to do this master in management?

In addition to the academic rigour, the Imperial environment is one that really drives you to push yourself and seize opportunities so I chose to do this Master’s to develop my knowledge and career goals through the diverse modules and projects that are offered at Imperial College Business School.

Why did you choose this school?

I chose Imperial College Business School because of its excellent brand value and flexibility of the Management Master’s programme to suit my own learning needs.

What did you experience during the program?

My experience so far has been fantastic. I am enjoying learning new topics and I can really tell that the programme team has our best interests at heart. The career support has been phenomenal as well. As a science graduate who switched over to business, I needed a lot of support to catch up and make the transition smoothly; and Imperial College Business School does just that!

More Information

University Profile:Imperial College Business School
MIM-Profile::MSc Management

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