• 282 students

  • 56% women

  • 51 nationalities

Program Characteristics

  • Duration

    12-16 months

  • GMAT

    Cohort's average = 681 (2021)

  • Location

    Central London

  • Tuition Fees


  • Intake


  • Employment Report

    96% received an offer within three months of graduation

School Admission Specificities

Essay questions

Q1: What motivates you to further your academic and professional interest in business and why do you want to pursue the Masters in Management program at London Business School community? 

Q2: During your time as a student, how will you contribute to the London Business School?

Q3 Please tell us which country/countries you hope to work in after graduation

Q4: What are your post-Masters in Management career goals? Please state your ideal sector, role, and function

Q5: What would be your Plan B career goals? Word Limit(300 words max)

Q6: Tell us about your main interests and activities in your free time.(Word Limit: 400 Words)

Q7 Please tell us your most significant international experiences to date. (Word Limit: 100 Words)

Q8: Based on your current knowledge of the programme, what do you think will be the key challenges for you during the Masters in Management/ Global MiM, both academically and personally? How do you intend to overcome these challenges?
(Word Limit: 300 Words)

Q9: We encourage applicants to take into consideration the impact of study on family and friends. Who have you discussed your plans with and what was the response?
(Word Limit: 300 Words)

Q10. If you know any London Business School Alumni or Students, please give their names, graduating class and tell us how you know them.
(Word Limit: 300 Words)

The LBS Recommendation Form

Q1.How do you know the applicant? How long have you known them for?

Q2. What would you say are the applicant's key strengths and talents?

Q3.  What would you say are the applicant's key weaknesses or areas for improvement?

Q4. Which areas of development has the applicant progressed most in the time you've known them?

Q5. If you are a professional referee, would you work with the applicant post-programme? If you are an academic referee, what will be the applicant’s main contributions to the programme?

LBS alumni interview

LBS interviews are conducted by current students and alumni. As a a result they tend to be slightly friendlier than interviews conducted by admissions committee. Nonetheless, it is still an interview and you need to deliver. The interview is a chance for you to show how interested you are in the LBS program, and if you fit well with the program’s diverse community.

Interviewers often ask many standard interview questions such as team and leadership question or strenght and weaknesses. Sometimes the inteviewer will ask you less standard questions about one of your passions or activities or even discuss more personal questions such as your childhood and family upbringing. For the LBS interview be ready for anything.