School of Business and Economics


Kelvin Ng

MSc International Management

Kelvin Ng

Why did you choose this degree and institution?

I chose to study MSc International Management at Loughborough University because the School of Business and Economics is consistently ranked as one of the UK’s Top-10 business schools by national league table every year. More importantly, its programmes are tripled-accredited by EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB which will be recognised by many professional institutions.

What are the benefits of studying at the School of Business and Economics?

The excellent teaching qualities of the lecturers meant that I benefitted from expert advice and guidance on my assignments. There are plenty of computers and the large amount of study resources have helped me greatly to do my work.

What is the content of the course like?

The course provides me a solid foundation of business management, particularly in the international community. It also gives me a clear understanding of management theory in global context.

What are the benefits of postgraduate study in your opinion?

Holding a postgraduate degree in management will add value to my CV. Specialist skills and knowledge focusing in one particular field will improve my drive my career according to my interests.

How do you think the course prepare you for the world of work?

One of the core objectives of this course is to understand the cultural differences in the international business environment. By learning the key concepts and theories, I am capable of working with international assignments in multi-national organisations.

What are the best bits about studying at Loughborough?

I have really enjoyed every moment at Loughborough because it gives me peaceful and quiet study atmosphere. Students are from different parts of the world which has given me a great opportunity to learn from their cultures.

What advice would you give to other students considering postgraduate study at Loughborough?

My advice is to visit the university webpages. There’s lots of useful information and it also outlines the key facts about each of the course. Additionally, I suggest the students should attend one of the open day events. It is an opportunity to have a look around the University and ask the open day volunteers about their experience in Loughborough.

What are your ambitions for after you graduate?

I am hoping to work for multi-national organisation in the process engineering industry. This management degree will give me an advantage to become a Chartered Engineer in the future.