The first step in your MBA application journey

 by Chrispa Palaiologou, Recruitment Manager, MBA

We understand that it can take weeks, months and even at times years, for candidates to decide on whether to do an MBA and which school to choose. Therefore, research is a crucial part to succeed in this journey.  

Your first point of contact in LBS will be the Recruitment Team. We are here to answer any questions or queries you may have concerning the LBS MBA programme and the LBS experience and culture. We can send you further details or any information requested to help you understand all the great features and benefits of the programme. We will share with you, what we look for in an MBA candidate.  

Additionally, we can help decipher whether the MBA will be the best programme for you based on your experience. We do this by conducting an informal CV review. This is not an admissions decision, rather a tailored advice based on reviewing your academic and professional background. Admission is based on the whole application.

We are also touring the world to meet with you and discuss any questions in person; view our upcoming events. Having a phone conversation or meeting you in person will give us an opportunity to offer you tailored advice and support that will help you to submit a competitive application. 

Whether that’s reminding you of the upcoming deadline dates, giving you some top tips on how to strengthen your application or sending you more information on the requirements for the programme; we are here to help you submit a strong application.

Whether you are at the crucial research stage or in the process of applying for our MBA programme, the Recruitment Team at London Business School (LBS) can offer you a wealth of support.

At all points right up until you submit an application, we are happy to help you begin your journey to becoming a successful student on the next class!

We would love to hear from you so do get in touch.


2 comments on “The first step in your MBA application journey”

  1. Milad Chaanani Reply

    good afternoon

    how are the relevant years of experience calculated ?

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