London Business School
|Motto||To have a profound impact on the way the world does business|
|Endowment||£47.7 million (as of 31 July 2016)|
London, NW1, United Kingdom|
51°31′35″N 0°09′39″W / 51.52639°N 0.16083°WCoordinates: 51°31′35″N 0°09′39″W / 51.52639°N 0.16083°W
|Campus||London and Dubai|
|Affiliations||University of London, AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA|
London Business School (LBS) is a public business school and a constituent college of the federal University of London. LBS was founded in 1964 and awards post-graduate degrees (Master's degrees in management and finance, MBA and PhD). LBS is widely considered to be one of the world's best business schools and its motto is "To have a profound impact on the way the world does business".
LBS was ranked 1st in Europe (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017) by the Financial Times and 2nd in the world (for Business and Management Studies; 2017) by the QS ranking. LBS' post-experience Masters in Finance programme is ranked 1st in the world by the Financial Times.
The main campus is located in London next to Regent's Park in Sussex Place, built by the architect John Nash. In 2015, the school acquired the Marylebone Town Hall and spent £60 million to refurbish it with the objective of expanding its teaching facilities by 70%. LBS also has a secondary campus in Dubai that is dedicated to Executive Education and the Dubai EMBA.
The London Business School was founded in 1964 under the name of the 'London Graduate School of Business Studies', with Dr. Arthur Earle as Dean. In 1965, the school was registered as a company and was designated by the University of London as an institution having recognised teachers. In 1966, the first Executive Development Programme was launched, followed by the Senior Executive Programme. The same year, a full-time MSc degree was also launched, with Sheila Cross enrolling as the School's first female student. In 1968, the School inaugurated the Sloan Fellowship MSc programme, which was the first one outside of the US. 17 students were enrolled and the programme was funded by the Alfred P. Sloan foundation. The first doctoral programme was established in 1969 and in 1970 Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II opened the School's Regent's Park campus. The first PhD was awarded in 1974, and that year women made up over 15% of the student body for the first time. In 1983, the first part-time MBA programme was held under the direction of Sir Andrew Likierman, a former Dean of the School. In 1986, the school officially became the London Business School and was incorporated by Royal Charter, which gave LBS the right to confer and grant degrees. In 1992, the School was given the Queen's Award for Export in recognition of providing educational services to managers and companies worldwide. The following year, the school started its first Masters in Finance programme and in 2001, the EMBA-Global degree programme in partnership with the Columbia Business School.
In 2007 a new campus was opened in Dubai to offer both Executive MBA and Executive Education Programmes. In 2009, the school started two new programmes: The EMBA-Global Asia, in partnership with the University of Hong Kong and Columbia Business School, and the Masters in Management (MiM). In 2012, the school acquired Marylebone Town Hall and restored it with the objective of expanding its teaching facilities by 70 per cent. The building was renamed "The Sammy Ofer Centre" in honour of a generous donor, the Ofer Family, who made a gift for the development of the building, which was opened in 2017. In 2016, LBS launched a new programme, the Masters in Financial Analysis, aimed at recent graduates who wish to pursue a career in finance, and acquired the lease of the neighbouring building of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaenocologists, which it will occupy in 2020.
With the objective of increasing its size, the school organised a £100 million funding campaign. By the beginning of 2016, it had raised £98 million, £40 million of which will be used to renovate the Marylebone Town Hall, with £28 million for research, £18 million in scholarships for students, £10 million to increase the school's endowment, and £4 million to improve technology across the school. By June 2016, the school had raised £125 million, including two £25 million gifts from alumni Jim Ratcliffe and Idan Ofer.
The campus is located in Marylebone, on the perimeter of Regent's Park. The main building, designed by John Nash, along with the entire area of Regents Park, was originally built as 26 terraced houses in 1822–23. There are ten pointed cupolas along the roof line, and the façade is adorned with Corinthian columns.
LBS maintains a number of facilities, including a sports centre, restaurant, three cafes and a library, all dedicated for the exclusive use of its community. There is also a privately run pub, 'The Windsor Castle' attached to the campus. Most classrooms for the MBA are located in the Sainsbury Wing, the centre of the terrace, most of which are 100-student amphitheatre rooms.
There is no accommodation on campus for students in full-time programmes, although there are rooms on-campus for visiting faculty and executive education participants. Most students choose to live in nearby private residential buildings or in students halls of residence such as the International Students House, London.
LBS is expanding its campus in central London. The business school has redeveloped the Old Marylebone Town Hall into classrooms and offices as the Sammy Ofer Centre. It will further expand it in 2020 (see above).
Organisation and administration
List of the London Business School Deans
|Starting year||Ending year||Name|
|1965||1972||Dr. Arthur Earle|
|1972||1984||Professor Sir James Ball|
|1984||1989||Professor Peter Moore|
|1989||1997||Professor Sir George Bain|
|1998||2001||Professor John Quelch|
|2002||2006||Professor Laura Tyson|
|2009||2017||Professor Sir Andrew Likierman|
|Business school rankings|
|U.S. News & World Report||19|
All candidates have to take international exams related to their English abilities (TOEFL) or IELTS and mathematic/logic skills (GMAT or GRE). Candidates are also asked to write several essays (topics are related to the envisaged programmes). The recruitment process has two steps. The first one consist of sending an application with the following information:
- An application form (administrative and academic information on the candidate, but also his/her career plan and personal ambitions)
- Several essays
- The GMAT or GRE scores. The average GMAT score is usually around 700 (90th percentile)
- The TOEFL scores (English test)
- A one-page resume (CV)
- Two reference letters (one academic and one professional)
- The candidate's academic transcript with his/her grades
Once the application has been accepted, an examination is made by the selection committee. If the candidate meets the criteria of the school, he/she will be invited for an interview on campus in London. If this latest step is a success, the candidate receives an offer from LBS.
Master in Business Administration (MBA)
The school's flagship programme is its full-time 15–21 month Master of Business Administration degree. MBA students take a prescribed set of core courses then choose from roughly 70 different electives. Class size has been around 400 students in every annual cohort. These are broken into 5 streams of around 80 students who take all core courses together. The admission process is highly competitive and selective.
Beyond academics, the school puts an emphasis on personal and professional development including leadership, global awareness, and business skill building. These developments are facilitated via specialized workshops led by external consultants, students, and faculty. In addition to a range of elective courses at the London Business School, the school has partnerships with around 32 exchange schools around the world. Each academic year around 100 students spend a term at another leading business school.
The MBA program at LBS is widely considered to be part of the top 10 in the world. In Financial Times' 2015 Global MBA Rankings, LBS ranked 2nd in the world just behind Harvard Business School. In CNN Expansion's 2014 Global MBA Rankings, LBS ranked 5th in the world. In Business Insider's 2014 Global MBA Rankings, LBS ranked 9th in the world. In 2016, the school's MBA program was ranked #21 worldwide for social and environmental impact by Corporate Knights magazine.
Within Europe, LBS consistently ranks as one of the top 2 programs. In the 2014/2015 QS Global 200 Business Schools Report, the London Business School MBA Program ranked 1st among all one-year and two-year European MBA programs.
Among non-U.S. two-year MBA programmes, LBS was ranked 1st by Bloomberg BusinessWeek in 2012, 3rd by The Economist in 2012, 1st by Financial Times in 2014 and 2012, and 1st by Forbes in 2011, 2012, and 2013.
The MBA Programme has one of the world's largest international exchange programmes. Each year approximately 35 per cent of second-year MBAs spend a term abroad at one of over 30 partner schools, including NYU Stern School of Business, IESE Business School, Booth School of Business of The University of Chicago, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, UCLA Anderson School of Management, the MIT Sloan School of Management, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, Columbia Business School, Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley, McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, Indian School of Business among others.
The school offers four internationally competitive Executive (part-time) MBA degrees, which are completed in 16-20 months. At an academic level, the school offers the same degree to both Executive (part-time) and full-time MBA students. The programmes involve very similar core courses to the full-time MBA, international field work and a wide range of elective courses. The course ends with a capstone together with company project or management report.
- Executive MBA (London).
- Executive MBA (Dubai). The programme begins with an orientation week in London. Following this, students take 10 core modules, which are taught in a four- or five-day block each month in Dubai. Students then undertake electives, which are primarily offered in London, and an international assignment. Two additional core modules take place in London.
- EMBA-Global Americas and Europe. A further 140 executives are enrolled in the dual-degree EMBA-Global Programme. It is taught in partnership with Columbia Business School. Graduates are awarded degrees from both universities. The first year involves week-long modules each month alternating between London and New York. In the second year, students select from the full range of electives available at the participating schools.
- EMBA-Global Asia. launched in 2008 jointly with Hong Kong University and Columbia. Teaching takes place at all three business schools. While the first year is modelled on the transatlantic EMBA-Global, the school states that because "EMBA-Global Asia is designed for people who have or will have significant trans-national responsibilities, all courses reflect a greater proportion of global material".
Sloan Masters in Leadership and Strategy
The Sloan Fellowship was established in 1968 and is a master's degree programme designed for senior executives, accomplished professionals and entrepreneurs with significant experience of decision-making at strategic levels. The admission process is highly competitive and selective. On average, Sloan Fellows already have 15 years of management experience when being admitted to the programme. A typical class is highly diverse and includes attendees from 13–23 different countries.
This 12-month, full-time master's degree programme focuses on strategy, leadership and change, and globalisation.The Sloan programme runs at Stanford Graduate School of Business and the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Masters in Finance
The school offers a "Master's in Finance" ("MiF") programme on both a part- and full-time basis. Around 120 students attend the full-time programme, while 60 attend the part-time degree. In 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2017 it was ranked in 1st place amongst Masters in Finance (post-experience) programmes in the world by the Financial Times.
Masters in Financial Analysis (MFA)
The Masters in Financial Analysis is the most recent programme offered by the London Business School. The first class will start in September 2016 and will consist of 12 months of courses. The programme targets recent graduates with less than a year of work experience who plan to start a career in finance.
- Financial Accounting
- Securities Analysis and Valuation
- Corporate Finance
- Capital Structure
- Mergers & Acquisition and Restructuring
- Asset Management
- World Economy
- Financial Institutions
- Personal Finance
- Financial Econometrics
Students must also complete three electives of which a minimum of two must be related to finance. The programme includes a business immersion week within a company (Google, Deloitte, CNN, Accenture, Blackrock etc.) to work on case studies. Finally, students participate in a Field Trip (study trip) that lasts a week. This travel experience consists of many networking dinners, company visits, and company presentations. The following destinations are available: Silicon Valley, Paris, Milan and Munich, Mumbai and Bangalore, or Shanghai.
The MFA targets students who wish to start a career as an analyst in an investment bank or who wish to work in consulting.
Masters in Management (MiM)
The Masters in Management (MiM) is a one-year masters degree in management aimed at recent graduates who have less than one year of full-time postgraduate corporate work experience or less than two years of experience in a non-traditional business role.
- Financial Accounting
- Data Analytics for Management
- Performance in Organisations
- The Global Macroeconomy
- Strategic Analysis
- Decision and Risk Analysis
- Applied Microeconomics
- Introduction to Management Accounting
Students must also follow 2 electives and can choose among 30 different courses. The programme includes a business immersion week within a company (Google, Deloitte, CNN, Accenture, Blackrock etc.) to work on case studies. Finally, students have to participate in a Field Trip (study trip) that lasts a week. This travel experience consists of many networking dinners, company visits, and company presentations. The following destinations are available: Silicon Valley, Paris, Milan and Munich, Mumbai and Bangalore, or Shanghai.
In 2017 the programme was ranked 4th in the world by the Financial Times, having been in the global top 10 since it became eligible for the ranking. The programme has a very good market placement. 96% of the 2015 graduates accepted an offer within three months of graduation. 40% work in consulting, 35% in finance and the rest in different industries. The most prestigious companies recruit on campus. The top 3 recruiters are the Boston Consulting Group (11 students hired in 2015), Goldman Sachs (8 students hired in 2015), and McKinsey & Company (7 students hired in 2015). Among the other companies that recruited 2 MiM students or more in 2015 are, for example, Oliver Wyman, Arthur D. Little, Deloitte, A.T. Kearney, and Bain & Company.
Global Masters in Management
The Global Masters in Management (Global MiM) is a two-year, full-time course starting in September 2015, where students attain two internationally recognized degrees: a Masters in Management (MiM) and a Masters in Science (MSc) in International Business. Year one takes place in London. Year two takes place in Shanghai.
Delivered jointly by London Business School and the renowned Fudan School of Management in Shanghai, the Global MiM gives an unparalleled grounding in international business challenges preparing for the opportunities of tomorrow.
About 10,000 executives attend the school's non-degree programmes each year. The school offers a portfolio of 31 Executive Education programmes in general management, strategy, leadership, marketing, human resources and finance. These programmes are split into two main areas, open and custom. About 45 companies per year commission London Business School to design and deliver customised corporate programmes for them, 60% of which are delivered outside the UK.
International university rankings
World Business School Ranking
In the 2015 QS ranking of world business schools (all academic programs), LBS came in 1st place, ahead of Harvard and INSEAD. In the 2014 Eduniversal Business School Ranking, LBS was ranked 2nd in the world. In the 2016 Bloomberg Businessweek ranking, LBS was named best international school.
In 2017, the school was awarded 1st place in the 2-year international MBA ranking by Forbes for the 5th consecutive year, with the return on investment being the highest of any 2-year MBA in the world.
Financial Times Rankings
- 1st Business School in Europe (2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
- 1st in the world for the Masters in Finance post-experience (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018)
- 2nd in the world for the Executive MBA (Global-EMBA Asia joint programme - 2017)
- 3rd in the world for the Global MBA (2016)
- 4th in the world for the Executive Education (2015, 2017)
- 4th in the world for the Masters in Management (2017)
The school's 150 faculty work through 16 research centres or institutes. According to the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, the school had the joint highest percentage of world-leading research of any British higher education institution (along with the Courtauld Institute of Art) with 56% of research rated in the 4* category.
The school offers a 5-year full-time PhD programme. It supports 60 fully funded PhD candidates in seven doctoral programmes: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management Science & Operations, Marketing, Organisational Behaviour, and Strategic & International Management.
There are over 70 student clubs at the school. These range from professional clubs such as consulting, entrepreneurship and energy clubs, to regional clubs including the Latin American and China club. There are also general interest and sporting clubs such as football, wine and cheese and the salsa club.
Faculty and staff
- Sir James Ball, economist
- Süleyman Başak – financial economist
- Sir Alan Budd – professor of economics, director of the Centre for Economic Forecasting, economic advisor for Barclays Bank, and member of the Advisory Board for Research Councils
- The Rt. Hon Terence Burns, Baron Burns – Chairman of Abbey National plc, Non-Executive Chairman of Glas Cymru, and a Non-Executive Director of Pearson Group plc.
- Gary Hamel – originator (with C.K. Prahalad) of the concept of core competencies of an organization, and contributed to the theoretical development and evolution of the resource-based view
- Charles Handy – former professor – London Business School, rated among Thinkers 50 – a list of the most influential living management thinkers
- Constantinos C. Markides – Robert P. Bauman Professor of Strategic Leadership
- Hélène Rey – Professor of Economics
- Richard Portes – economist
- Herminia Ibarra – Charles Handy Professor of Organizational Behavior
- Kaveh Alamouti – CEO of Citadel LLC Asset Management Europe
- Ashley Almanza – CEO of G4S
- Prince Chad Al-Sherif Pasha of the Hijaz and Turkey
- Nigel Andrews – Former non-Executive Chairman of Old Mutual Asset Management
- Sir David Arculus – Chairman of the Board, O2
- Nicholas Ashley-Cooper, 12th Earl of Shaftesbury
- Gregory Leonard George Barker – British Conservative Party politician and the Member of Parliament (MP) for Bexhill and Battle
- Sükhbaataryn Batbold – Former Prime Minister of Mongolia, Member of Parliament of Mongolia, and General Secretary of the Mongolian People's Party
- Pablo Zalba Bidegain – Member of European Parliament (Spain)
- Kumar Birla – Chairman, Aditya Birla Group
- Hemendra Aran - CEO and Founder of Aranca Research
- Ronald Boire – Former President and CEO of Brookstone
- Vice Admiral Paul Boissier – Former CB Deputy Commander-in-Chief, British Navy Maritime Forces; CEO of Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI)
- Julian William Hendy Brazier – British Conservative Party politician and the Member of Parliament (MP) for Canterbury
- Jonathan Coleman (politician) – Member of Parliament (New Zealand)
- Don Cowan – Former CEO and President of ABN AMRO Bank Canada
- Stephen Crabb – member of the British House of Commons and former Secretary of State for Wales and for the Department of Work and Pensions
- David Davis – UK Cabinet Member responsible for Brexit negotiations
- Sir John Egan – Former CEO of Jaguar Cars, Former CEO of BAA, Chairman of Severn Trent plc
- Timothy Faithfull – Former President and CEO of Shell Canada
- Justine Greening – Secretary of State for Education and member of the British House of Commons
- Gillian Keegan – British Conservative Party politician and Member of Parliament for Chichester
- Sir Richard Greenbury – former Chairman and CEO, Marks & Spencer
- Illugi Gunnarsson – Minister of Education, Science, and Culture, Iceland
- Prince Faisal bin Al Hussein – Special Assistant to Chairman & Joint Chiefs of Staff, Jordanian Armed Forces
- Richard Hytner – former Deputy Chairman Worldwide of Saatchi & Saatchi
- Sir John Jennings (businessman) – former CEO, Shell
- Moez Kassam – Founder of Anson Group
- Sir Christopher Kelly – Chairman, NSPCC
- Maria Kiwanuka – Minister of Finance in Cabinet of Uganda
- Timothy Kopra – NASA Astronaut
- Thomas Kwok – Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Sun Hung Kai Properties
- Alex Loudon – former professional cricketer
- Dame Mary Marsh – Former CEO of NSPCC
- Stephen Martin (MBA 2003) - former CEO of Clugston Group, director general of the Institute of Directors
- Cyrus Pallonji Mistry, Former Chairman and CEO of the Tata Group
- Nigel Morris – Co-founder, Capital One Financial Services
- David Muir – Director of Political Strategy, to then British Prime Minister Gordon Brown MP
- Sir Christopher J. O'Donnell – Former CEO of Smith & Nephew
- Idan Ofer – Chairman of Israel Corporation / Principal of Quantum Pacific International Limited
- Paul Onwuanibe – CEO of Landmark Group
- Kenneth Ouriel – prominent vascular surgeon and medical researcher
- Mike Parsons – CEO of Barchester Healthcare
- Ted Pietka – Supervisory Board Member in Boryszew S.A..
- Roys Poyiadjis – Entrepreneur and financier
- David E.I. Pyott – former Chairman, President, and CEO of Allergan
- Ramji Raghavan – Founder and Chairman of Agastya International Foundation
- Jim Ratcliffe – Chairman and CEO of Ineos Chemicals Group
- Omar Samra – First Egyptian and youngest Arab to climb Mount Everest
- Stewart Wallis – Executive Director of New Economics Foundation
- Wong Kan Seng – former Deputy Prime Minister, Singapore
- Sir John Sunderland – former Chairman, Cadbury Schweppes plc
- Tony Wheeler – Founder, Lonely Planet
- Ossama Youssef – Founder and CEO of Diwan Videos, and Co-founder of Albernameg by Bassem Youssef
- Philip Nevill Green – Chairman of Carillion
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