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LBS: London Business School

LBS Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, London School of Business has been on the forefront of business education since many years. Consistently ranked among the Top 10 international business schools, LBS is an attractive options for those looking to get an international perspective and build global networks. London city location, a top-notch faculty, easy access to numerous Fortune 500 companies are some of the key advantages of LBS.

LBS Class Profile The London Business School's full-time MBA class has an strength of approximately 400 students. The average student is aged 29 years and has around 5 years of experience. GMAT scores average at around 700. An exciting 90% of the LBS class is usually international!

LBS Application Deadlines 2015-2016  Stage 1 (25 Sep 2015), Stage 2 (05 Jan 2016), Stage 3 (25 Feb 2016), Stage 4 (21 Apr 2016).

LBS MBA 2015-2016 Essays

LBS Essay 1. What are your post-MBA plans and how will your past experience and the London Business School programme contribute? (500 words)

LBS Essay 2. What specific areas of London Business School life are you most excited about getting involved in and where will you add value? (300 words)

LBS Essay 3. Is there any other information you believe the Admissions Committee should know about you and your application to London Business School? (300 words)

LBS Reapplicant Essay (for re-applicants only). How has your candidacy for the London Business School MBA improved since your last application? Have your views of London Business School or the MBA programme changed since you last applied? (300 words) 

LBS Instructions: Please do not write more than the specified word limit for each essay. Any extra words or essays may be disregarded

LBS CV/Resume: Please provide a CV/resume. Your CV must be no more than one page long. If you have any significant gaps in your employment history, give your reasons on a separate sheet.  MBA Resume Writing Tips

Essay archives from past years

   

LBS MBA Application Essays 2014-2015

LBS MBA Application Essays 2013-2014

LBS MBA Application Essays 2011-2012

LBS MBA Application Essays 2010-2011

LBS MBA Application Essays 2009-2010

LBS MBA Application Essays 2008-2009

LBS MBA Application Essays 2007-2008

LBS MBA Application Essays 2006-2007

LBS MBA Application Essays 2005-2006

   

LBS MBA Application Essays 2014-2015

LBS Essay 1: What are your post-MBA plans and how will your past experience and the London Business School programme contribute? (500 words)

LBS Essay 2: How will you add value to the London Business School community? (300 words)

LBS Essay 3: Is there any other information you believe the Admissions Committee should know about you and your application to London Business School? (300 words)

LBS MBA Application Essays 2013-2014

LBS Essay 1: What will your future look like after completing your MBA? (500 words)

LBS Essay 2: What value will you add to London Business School? (300 words)

LBS Essay 3: What is the School's responsibility to you and what is your responsibility to the School? (400 words)

LBS Reapplicant Essay: How has your candidacy for the London Business School MBA improved since your last application? Have your views of London Business School or the MBA programme changed since you last applied? (300 words)

LBS Optional Essay: This is not a compulsory essay but please complete if you would like the opportunity to clarify or expand upon any information submitted in your application.

LBS MBA Application Essays 2011-2012

LBS Essay 1: Please discuss your career progress to date and explain why now is the right time to undertake an MBA at London Business School? (500 words)

LBS Essay 2: Where do you see your career progressing five years after graduation and what is your longer term career vision? (300 words)

LBS Essay 3: Give a specific example of when you have had to test your leadership and team working skills. Given this experience what role will you play in a first year study group? (300 words)

LBS Essay 4: Student involvement is an extremely important part of the London Business School MBA experience and this is reflected in the character of students on campus. Please describe how you will contribute to student clubs and the community and why? (300 words)

LBS Essay 5: London Business School offers a truly global and diverse experience. Describe any significant experiences outside of your home country or culture. What did you gain and how will your experience contribute to London Business School? (250 words)

LBS Essay 6: Considering what you have already included in the application, what else would you like to tell us about yourself? You can approach this question however you like. (250 words)

LBS Reapplicant Essay: How has your candidacy for the London Business School MBA improved since your last application? Have your views of London Business School or the MBA programme changed since you last applied? (300 words)

LBS Optional Essay: This is not a compulsory essay but please complete if you would like the opportunity to clarify or expand upon any information submitted in your application.

LBS MBA Application Essays 2010-2011

LBS Essay 1: Give us a brief assessment of your career progress to date. In what role do you see yourself working in immediately after graduation and what is your longer term career vision? How will your past and present experiences help you to achieve this? How will the London Business School MBA Programme contribute to this goal? Why is this the right time for you to pursue an MBA? (750 words)

LBS Essay 2: Give a specific example of when you have had to test your leadership and team working skills. Given this experience what role will you play in a first year study group? (300 words)

LBS Essay 3: Student involvement is an extremely important part of the London Business School MBA experience and this is reflected in the character of students on campus. Please describe how you will contribute to student clubs and the community and why? (300 words)

LBS Essay 4: London Business School offers a truly global and diverse experience. Describe any significant experiences outside of your home country or culture. What did you gain and how will your experience contribute to London Business School? (300 words)

5. Please choose ONE of the following:

LBS Essay 5a: You have decided to stand for the role of Student Association President. Announcing your campaign to the London Business School community for the first time, please describe your manifesto. (150 words)

LBS Essay 5b: What is your most substantial achievement to date and why? (150 words)

LBS Optional Essay: Is there any other information that you believe would help the MBA Admissions Committee when considering your application? (300 words)

LBS Reapplicant Essay: How has your candidacy for the London Business School MBA improved since your last application? Have your views of London Business School or the MBA programme changed since you last applied? (300 words)

LBS MBA Application Essays 2009-2010

LBS Essay 1: In what role do you see yourself working immediately after graduation? Why? How will your past and present experiences help you achieve this? How will the London Business School MBA Programme contribute to this goal? Why is this the right time for you to pursue an MBA? (600 words)

LBS Essay 2: Where do you see your career progressing five years after graduation and what is your longer term career vision? (200 words)

LBS Essay 3: Please describe your experience of working in and leading teams, either in your professional or personal life. Include any specific challenges you have faced. Given this experience, what role do you think you will play in your first year study group? (500 words)

LBS Essay 4: Student involvement is an extremely important part of the London MBA experience and this is reflected in the character of students on campus. What type of student club or campus community events will you be involved with and why? How will you contribute? (400 words)

LBS Essay 5: Describe any significant experiences outside of your home country. What did you gain from these? (150 words)

LBS Optional Essay: Is there any other information that you believe would help the MBA Admissions Committee when considering your application? (300 words)

LBS Reapplicant Essay: How has your candidacy for the London Business School MBA improved since your last application? (300 words)

LBS MBA Application Essays 2008-2009

LBS Essay 1: In what role do you see yourself working immediately after graduation? Why? How will your past and present experiences help you achieve this? How will the London Business School MBA Programme contribute to this goal? (500 words)

LBS Essay 2: Where do you see your career progressing five years after graduation and what is your longer term career vision? (200 words)

LBS Essay 3: Please describe your experience of working in and leading teams, either in your professional or personal life. Given this experience, what role do you think you will play in your study group, and how do you intend to contribute to it? (500 words)

LBS Essay 4: Student involvement is an extremely important part of the London MBA experience and this is reflected in the character of students on campus. What type of student club or campus community event do you envisage yourself leading? How would you set about becoming involved in a leadership position and how would you align and communicate the goals and vision for the club to the wider School community? (400 words)

LBS Essay 5: Describe any significant experiences outside of your home country. What did you gain from these? (150 words)

LBS Optional Essay: Is there any other information that you believe would help the MBA Admissions Committee when considering your application? (300 words)

LBS MBA Application Essays 2007-2008

LBS Essay 1: In what role do you see yourself working immediately after graduation? Why? How will your past and present experiences help you achieve this? How will the London Business School MBA Programme contribute to this goal? (500 words)

LBS Essay 2: Where do you see your career progressing five years after graduation and what is your longer term career vision? (200 words)

LBS Essay 3: Please describe your experience of working in and leading teams, either in your professional or personal life. Given this experience, what role do you think you will play in your study group, and how do you intend to contribute to it? (500 words)

LBS Essay 4: Student involvement is an extremely important part of the London MBA experience and this is reflected in the character of students on campus. What type of student club or campus community event do you envisage yourself leading? How would you set about becoming involved in a leadership position and how would you align and communicate the goals and vision for the club to the wider School community? (400 words)

LBS Essay 5: Describe any significant experiences outside of your home country. What did you gain from these? (150 words)

LBS Optional Essay: Is there any other information that you believe would help the MBA Admissions Committee when considering your application? (300 words)

LBS MBA Application Essays 2006-2007

LBS Essay 1: In what role do you see yourself working immediately after graduation? Why? How will your past and present experiences help you achieve this? How will the London Business School MBA Programme contribute to this goal? (500 words)

LBS Essay 2: Where do you see your career progressing five years after graduation and what is your longer term career vision? (200 words)

LBS Essay 3: Please describe your experience of working in and leading teams, either in your professional or personal life. Given this experience, what role do you think you will play in your study group, and how do you intend to contribute to it? (500 words)

LBS Essay 4: Student involvement is an extremely important part of the London MBA experience and this is reflected in the character of students on campus. What type of student club or campus community event do you envisage yourself leading? How would you set about becoming involved in a leadership position and how would you align and communicate the goals and vision for the club to the wider School community? (400 words)

LBS Essay 5: Describe any significant experiences outside of your home country. What did you gain from these? (150 words)

LBS Optional Essay: Is there any other information that you believe would help the MBA Admissions Committee when considering your application? (300 words)

LBS MBA Application Essays 2005-2006

LBS Essay 1: In what role do you see yourself working immediately after graduation? Why? How will your past and present experiences help you achieve this? How will the London Business School MBA Programme contribute to this goal? (600 words)

LBS Essay 2: Please describe your experience of working in and leading teams, either in your professional or personal life. Given this experience, what role do you think you will play in your study group, and how do you intend to contribute to it? (500 words)

LBS Essay 3: Student involvement is an extremely important part of the London MBA experience and this is reflected in the character of students on campus. What type of student club or campus community event do you envisage yourself initiating? How would you set about organising this, and how would you communicate it to the wider School community? (400 words maximum)

LBS Essay 4: Describe any significant experiences outside of your home country. What did you gain from these? (100 words)

LBS Essay 5: Please explain if you have been involved in charity/volunteer and/or entrepreneurial activities, giving examples of your involvement, the amount of time you gave to each activity and why you chose to get involved. (100 words maximum)

           
           
 

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