London Business School
London Business School, founded in 1965 as a college of the University of London, aims to develop break-through insights and successful leaders that have a positive impact on business around the world. Our vision is to have a profound impact on the way the world does business. Located in the heart of London next to one of its finest parks, London Business School offers a uniquely stimulating environment and on-campus experience.
The terrace of our main building looks onto the lake at Regent's Park - one of the city's most beautiful views. Originally built as 26 terraced houses, there are ten pointed cupolas along the roofline. The façade is adorned with Corinthian columns. Our campus boasts world-class facilities and resources for our School community of students, alumni, faculty and staff.
Through London Business School's first-class programmes, global community and international links, we can deliver an educational experience to transform our students' futures. We offer a rich portfolio of masters and non-masters programmes to suit students and executives at every stage of their careers, including: MBA, Executive MBA, EMBA-Global, Dubai-London EMBA, Masters in Finance, Sloan Masters in Leadership and Strategy, Masters in Management and the PhD programme. London Business School also serves 6000 executives each year on open enrolment and company-specific programmes.
Both the School's full-time and Executive MBA programmes rank among the world's best, according to the Financial Times and BusinessWeek business education surveys. We are also one of only three business schools in the world, and the only one in Europe, to offer a Sloan MSc programme and the only top business school to offer a specialist Masters in Finance programme. We have twice been awarded the highest research rating - 5* - by the Higher Education Funding Council of England (HEFCE).
London Business School defines diversity as "an essential organisational approach that harnesses difference and encourages all individuals to achieve their very best. This is attained through the creation of a positive climate and a productive environment; one which strengthens our ability to have a profound impact on the way the world does business, and enhances our competitive advantage".
For more information see: www.london.edu/index.html
Masters in Management: www.london.edu/programmes/mastersinmanagement