The Institute of Management Studies (IMS) combines innovative and world-renowned 4* research from a UK top 20 creative university with the expertise of leading academics to teach the science of management. Designed to equip you with the skills, knowledge and creativity to develop your talent and potential in management, occupational psychology, innovation, entrepreneurship, and leadership, an IMS programme will empower you to grow and thrive in any profession, in any role, and at any stage in your career.
The IMS is the result of a unique interdisciplinary collaboration, drawing on the teaching of diverse yet complementary subjects to provide you with an elite qualification to adapt to, and stand out in, an increasingly competitive economy. Visit our IMS Hub to learn more about the latest activities in the department.
Studying in a vibrant part of London, just a few minutes from central London and the City, you’ll benefit from our multi-million pound campus facilities with extensive resources, regular guest speakers and networking events and access to additional University of London resources across the city.
Find out more about postgraduate study in the IMS
Researchers in the Centre for Creative and Social Technologies (CAST) are conducting an extensive and exciting research investigation into the impacts and social life of wearable technology with global cloud… read more →
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The Innovation Case Studies (ICS) are a unique opportunity for students on IMS postgraduate programmes to come face-to-face with some of the world’s leading innovators as they discuss innovation challenges… read more →
The Institute of Management Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London is pleased to announce that it is now members of the Association of Business Schools, which is the UK’s primary… read more →
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A paper detailing the robust psychometric properties of the WAAQ is now ‘in press’ in the Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, and you can download it from here: http://eprints.gold.ac.uk/7349/ Based… read more →
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