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London Business School is for the candidates who are truly globally minded. In one of the largest and most bustling metropolitan cities in Europe, London pulses with world-class businesses new and old. Those who look forward to a career that is interested in global affairs should strongly consider LBS as their school to be. They are one of the few schools that has an additional language requirement outside of English! LBS has three terms throughout the year (Fall, Spring, and Summer). Taking less electives and completing the degree in 15 months can accelerate the program, but most students opt for the full 21 months because the program is so productive. The first year of study is amongst a cohort of 75 students with smaller study groups of 6 or 7 students. In the second year, students can choose from a wealth of electives. There is also an option to study abroad in the second year for one term, as LBS is partnered with over 30 schools around the world. Although LBS cannot promise that everyone will graduate having acquired a snazzy British accent, the program definitely promises an education of the highest caliber.   At Ivy, our MBA admissions consulting team can help you get accepted to London Business School.

Average Age

30

Class Size

417

Acceptance Rate

13%

Average GMAT

701

Average GPA

3.5

Loans

Important Dates

Early Round

Round 1

DeadlineSep 15, 2017
NotificationNov 22, 2017

Round 2

DeadlineJan 03, 2018
NotificationMar 27, 2018

Round 3

DeadlineMar 2, 2018
NotificationMay 22, 2018

Rankings

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N/A
24
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Application Requirements

Application Fee

£185 Pound sterling

Interview

Invitation

Required Essays

2

Recommendations

2

Essays

Questions, Class of 2019:

Essays are a vital part of your application and we recommend that you spend a significant amount of time in their preparation. The questions for the class of MBA 2019 are:

  1. What are your post-MBA goals and how will your prior experience and the London Business School programme contribute towards these? (500 words)
  2. Is there any other information you believe the Admissions Committee should know about you and your application to London Business School? (500 words)

Adviser

Recommendations

Any information you supply will remain confidential and will not be disclosed to the applicant and we request you not to disclose the contents of your reference to the applicant. We may contact you if we require further information on the applicant. Reference form questions The online reference form asks the following questions:

• How long have you known the applicant and in what connection?

• What do you consider to be the applicant’s major talents and strengths?

• What do you consider to be the applicant’s major weaknesses or areas for improvement?

• In what developmental areas has the applicant changed most over time?

• What will this individual be doing in 10 years? Why? It also asks you to rate the candidate on the following qualities:

Intellectual or academic ability, quantitative skills, initiative/ability to take decisions, problem solving skills, organisational skills, leadership skills, team skills, impact/charisma, self-confidence, self- motivation, oral English communication skills, written English communication skills.

 

At Ivy, our MBA admissions consulting team can help you get accepted to London Business School.

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