London Business School

public college Estd 1964
London, London, UK
London Business School

London Business School (LBS) is a well-established business school that was founded in the year 1964. It was previously known as the London Graduate School of Business Studies. For 50 years, it has been awarding Master’s degrees in MBA, Ph.D., Management, and Finance. The school was recognized and registered by the Federal University of London in 1965.

 The school was rated as Europe’s best business school for three years consecutively by Financial Times. In addition, in the category of Business and Management Studies, it was ranked 6th by QS Rankings in 2020. London Business School provides Masters, Executive and PhD programmes for the new building businessmen.

It covers seven subjects in research and 5-year regular PhD programme, including Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management Science and Operations, Marketing, Strategy and Entrepreneurship, and Organizational Behaviour. From more than 100 countries, almost 2,000-degree students are taught every year at LBS. It offers a wide range of resources, knowledge and learning opportunities to the students coming from different geographical corners of the world.

The school has two campuses, the main campus in London and another in Dubai. In 2007, Dubai campus introduced two new programmes namely, Executive Education Programme and Executive MBA to its students. It offers supreme facilities for students, including a research centre, sports centre, three cafes, a student club, and a library.

Most of the classes of MBA are held in Sainsbury Wing. LBS offers scholarships to the students according to their performance. Moreover, the intellectuals can find and apply for current vacancies in the London Business School. They hire people with unique imagination and energy.

LBS provides a platform to work at its best to everyone who works there. The alumni of LBS form a global community where more than 45,000 affluent businessmen are employed in over 155 countries around the world. Some of the notable alumni that are graduated from LBS are Jim Ratcliffe, who is now the Chairman and CEO of Ineos Chemicals Group, Jimmy Maymann, who is Executive Vice President and President of AOL Content and Consumer Brands, and Nisreen Shocair, who is well-known President of Virgin Megastore North Africa & Middle East.

MBA
  • Duration - 15-21 Months
  • Exams Accepted - GMAT : 600, GRE : Accepted
  • Fees - INR 59.4 Lakh

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Masters in Management
  • Duration - 12-16 Months
  • Exams Accepted - GMAT : Accepted, GRE : Accepted
  • Fees - INR 34.1 Lakh

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Masters in Finance
  • Duration - 10-16 Months
  • Exams Accepted - GMAT : Accepted, GRE : Accepted
  • Fees - INR 49.1 Lakh

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Sloan Masters in Leadership and Strategy
  • Duration - 12 Months
  • Exams Accepted - GMAT : Accepted, GRE : Accepted
  • Fees - INR 34.1 Lakh

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Entry Criteria

CoursesExams
MBA - 1 CourseGMAT - 600 & Above
GRE - Accepted
IELTS - Accepted
MIM - 3 CoursesGRE - Accepted
IELTS - Accepted
GMAT - Accepted

Admission Requirement

DocumentsSOP - Not required
LOR - Needed for all courses
Essays - Needed for all courses
CV - Needed for all courses
Additional documents - Required
Application feesPound 95 - 200
Type of deadlineDepends on course
Intake Season & DeadlinesFall - 22ⁿᵈ Apr 2020
Spring - 26ᵗʰ May - 26ᵗʰ Aug 2020

Approximate Fees

CoursesDurationTuition Fees
MBA - 1 Course15 - 21 MonthsINR 59.4L
Pound 58,600
MIM - 3 Courses0.8 - 1.3 YearsINR 34.1L - 49.1L
Pound 33,600 - 48,400

Placement

Google

Apple

General Motors

McKinsey

Saudi aramco

pwc

Vodafone

Citi Corp

Deutsche Bank

Goldman Sachs

Microsoft

AVIVA

Standard Chartered bank

Morgan Stanley

Deloitte

JP Morgan Chase

Nissan

Accenture

HSBC

BMW

Johnson Johnson

Thomson Reuters

Yahoo

Boston Consulting Group

Credit Suisse

Shell

UBS

Samsung

AT Kearney

Bank of America

Amazon.com

CapGemini

Barclays Bank

American Express

Barclays Capital

KPMG

Bain and Company

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