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Sammy Ofer Centre development - your questions answered
Campus

Sammy Ofer Centre development - your questions answered

Construction works at the School’s Sammy Ofer Centre are progressing at pace.

Removing students from immigration targets is a win-win
Brexit

Removing students from immigration targets is a win-win

Including international students in post-Brexit immigration targets would be an “unforced error with huge consequences”, Andrew Likierman has claimed.

LBS Travel survey
Sustainability

LBS Travel survey

London Business School is committed to building a healthy and sustainable environment for students, faculty and staff. As part of the planning conditions for Sammy Ofer Centre, the School is required to prepare and commit to a travel plan.

LBS faculty tackle the big issues
Current affairs

LBS faculty tackle the big issues

Latest commentary on Brexit and Trump

So hire me: how diversity of experience adds value
Diversity

So hire me: how diversity of experience adds value

Expertise has its limits, says Rajesh Chandy. In changing times, companies need to look beyond what they know.

LBS Student Association elects new President
Student Association

LBS Student Association elects new President

The Student Association announces election of new President and senior officers for the 2017/18 academic year

Do you understand the real price of keeping the peace at work?
Leadership

Do you understand the real price of keeping the peace at work?

Listen to LBS's first podcast now live on SoundCloud on what it takes to create an effective emotional workplace environment, and the dangers of suppressing negative emotion

Gender inequality: where are all the men?
Diversity

Gender inequality: where are all the men?

Gender parity is still a way off. But flexible working, shared childcare and encouraging more men into the debate could help bring it closer.

LBS summit champions ‘Made in Africa’ growth
Student-led activities

LBS summit champions ‘Made in Africa’ growth

Trade among African countries and exports to the rest of the world could hold the key to growth on the continent