The Financial Times, a revered newspaper by many in the world of business, which focuses on economic and business-related current affairs, has ranked the London Business School (LBS) 13th in the world for its EMBA course. LBS is ranked along with other highly-prestigious and accredited institutions such as the Kellogg School of Business, INSEAD and Said Business school.
Located in Baker Street, in the touted financial capital of the world, London, the London Business School has seen its fair share of fame. From Indian super-conglomerate Aditya Birla group’s Kumar Mangalam Birla to NASA astronaut Timothy Kopra, have attained their qualifications from LBS.
Not only has the prestigious business school been ranked 13th all over the world, but it has also been ranked the 2nd best Business School in Europe in 2019, and number 1 in the world for their two-year MBA programme by Forbes in 2019. Its reputation for providing a world-class education combined with opportunities for research initiatives, that mould highly employable graduates have earned itself these rankings. Apart from its MBA programmes, the university also has been ranked number 2 in the world for its master’s in finance programme by QS.
LBS attracts students from all around the world, and these include professionals and amateurs alike, in various fields and professions. This gives students an excellent chance to network and form lifelong connections in the business community.
Furthermore, being located in London is a prime advantage for LBS attendees. London is home to a huge number of multinationals, and they provide a tonne of opportunities for university graduates to engage with, intern at, and apply for jobs at their offices. Whether it be PwC or Grant-Thornton, graduates can have their pick, and the LBS brand surely carries a lot of weight!