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New state-of-the-art Collaborative Classrooms have been set up on the ground floor of the Plowden Building.
A startup set up by Sloan LBS student Vinicius Karam, with support from the LBS Incubator, has finished its first year of trading with an annualised return 20% above the MSCI World Index.
On Saturday 15 December 1998, LBS departed from the norm and obtained the domain name London.edu. As we approach the 20th anniversary, here's a brief look at how the change happened.
The Great Economists by Linda Yueh has been selected as one of The Times newspaper's ‘Business Books of the Year’.
Professor of Management Practice in Organisational Behaviour, Lynda Gratton has been named as one of LinkedIn’s Top Voices 2018.
Dean François spoke with Hong Kong business publication The Standard, and explained the power behind successful networking and the important role of alumni in the continued success of our student recruitment.
Entrepreneurs and innovators from all around the world descended on London Business School for the third annual Real Innovation Awards.
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From this week, you will be required to check in your booking at Sammy Ofer Centre seminar rooms or your booking will be cancelled.
LBS Tech & Media Club, in partnership with London Blockchain Labs (LBL), is hosting a four-part series designed to educate students about the disruptive potential of blockchain. The Club’s first three sessions were each attended by over 200 students.
Save the date for the ultimate student-led campus trek, taking place at HEC in PAris in May 2019. The Student Association is on the lookout for enthusiastic MBAT organising committee members.
Records for people who are longer at the School or who don't have a continuing association will be suspended later this month and have their access to the School's IT network removed, in order to maintain data security and regularise software licenses.
Encouraged by the story of a student start-up company ‘The Ocean Bottle’ and its scheme for reducing ocean-bound plastic, the School looked again at how it supports a variety of environmental initiatives, and has made a renewed commitment to reduce the use of single-use plastics within the business.
The employer consultation on the cost sharing provisions is now half way through, so you have until Friday 2 November to leave your response. This is your chance to share views on the proposed increases to contributions from 1 April 2019.
The new academic year has brought with it a fresh cohort of 11 exciting early stage ventures which, collectively, represent the 2018/19 Incubator Programme.
From week commencing Monday 8 October, Two Factor Authentication (2FA) will be mandatory for staff, faculty and students. If you haven’t already done so, please register for 2FA as soon as possible to ensure that you are ready for this change.
London Business School has partnered up with LinkedIn Learning which means all staff will have access to new on-demand learning content.
Staff members have an opportunity to apply to attend one of four Masters in Management (MiM) modules, from 29 October to 20 November.
The Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) has provided further information about cost sharing and proposed increases to member contribution rates, as it completes its annual valuation.
Campus Services welcomes staff, faculty and students to call in at the newly refurbished shop@LBS, which is now open for business again.
LBS is introducing a new pay review process this year in response to staff feedback and consultation with the Management and Staff Committees. The new system affects all staff. Take the survey
Join us for this one-off talk with the Prime Minister of the Hellenic Republic, for a discussion on business and development in Greece.
We are pleased to announce that a salad bar provision will be opening in The Lounge at Sammy Ofer Centre on Monday 25 June.
Last chance to register for our next Q&A with François. This month we’ve chosen the theme of our three priorities but questions will not be limited to this topic.
World-leading economist Raj Chetty will be discussing his path-breaking research on inequality and intergenerational mobility, widely featured by The Economist and the Financial Times.
Join us for an insightful conversation on how to lead through crisis with a guest who faced many of the toughest leadership challenges under the sharpest possible scrutiny.
Launching alongside the School’s Wellbeing and Fitness centre, the Nash Rotisserie by Lexington Catering is introducing its award-winning Grains & Greens to the School’s lunch menu options.
Do you want to find out about the most effective ways to look after your health and well-being?
Find out about work taking place over the festive period, A-Z of Campus Services and Campus opening times in London and Dubai.
After a year of celebrations, the School will be marking the closing of its 10th anniversary in Dubai with a very special evening.