Goldsmiths University of London Institute of Management Studies

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Goldsmiths University of London Institute of Management Studies

People. Behaviour. Change. You need to be creative to manage all three.

How do you measure sentiment on social media? Which technologies do you need to launch a business? How does colour affect what we buy? What does effective leadership look like? How does coaching add value to the organisation? These are the kinds of questions we’re exploring at Goldsmiths’ Institute of Management Studies.

We believe innovation happens where business and creativity collide. And as an institute, we have a distinct approach. We’re fusing Goldsmiths’ academic rigour and creative culture with industry-informed research, interactive group learning and core strengths in psychology so you can develop your own mode of management.

As a student here you’ll get to the heart of how we make decisions, learn through the experience of others, and investigate how organisations work at all levels. You’ll look at areas such as developing and retaining talented people in modern organisations, applying occupational psychology to organisational change and development, and how to influence people in an ethical way.

We want you to be able to adapt and stand out in today’s economy, so we make sure you study a near real-time curriculum that’s rooted in current research and driven by what’s happening in companies now.

You’ll gain the skills to develop and realise an idea and tailor your degree to your own situation. And because our programmes are broad in scope, whether you want to create digital products, manage human capital, or run a start-up, you can lead within any area, and at any stage of your professional life.

Why choose Management Studies at Goldsmiths?

We’re research-active.

A rich knowledge base and solid academic foundation inform everything you learn, and reflect what’s happening within today’s industries – whether it’s an investment bank in the City, a multinational consultancy or a Silicon Roundabout start-up.