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Lifelong memories from London Business School
Students

Lifelong memories from London Business School

From globetrotting to embracing other cultures and gaining insights at student events, our graduates share their greatest experiences.

LBS in the news
News

LBS in the news

London Business School 'in the news' weekly round-up is a selection of media coverage about the School and our competitors.

Brexit: do we stand a chance?
Brexit

Brexit: do we stand a chance?

The EU isn’t fazed by the UK’s fighting talk, experts tell LBS audience

Nader Tavassoli wins a Strategy and General Management Award
Strategy

Nader Tavassoli wins a Strategy and General Management Award

Nader Tavassoli, Professor of Marketing, received the Strategy and General Management Award at The Case Centre Awards and Competitions 2017 for his case, Nespresso: What Next?, co-authored with Jamie Anderson and Mark Collins.

LBS in the news
News

LBS in the news

London Business School 'in the news' weekly round-up is a selection of media coverage about the School and our competitors.

LBS MiF programme comes top in FT international rankings
Rankings

LBS MiF programme comes top in FT international rankings

LBS number one in 2017 FT Masters in Finance post-experience programme rankings

Multi-lingual crowdfunding sites can attract global audience
Crowdfunding

Multi-lingual crowdfunding sites can attract global audience

Gary Dushnitsky, Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship gave the latest Faculty Research lecture for staff: ‘The Crowds Behind Crowdfunding’.

Research

Top LBSR picks on health and well-being

We've chosen some of the best articles and research from our faculty to help you work towards your best self.

LBS takes silver at MBAT 2017
Community

LBS takes silver at MBAT 2017

Last month, more than 200 students from LBS crossed the channel to compete in MBAT, a fun-filled Olympics between 21 elite business schools including Stanford, Oxford, and IE.