London Business School (LBS) was established in 1964, after the Franks Report recommended the establishment of two business schools, as part of existing universities (London Business School and Manchester Business School), but with considerable autonomy. It has close collaborations with the nearby University College London and the Modern Language Centre at King's College London.
In December 2006 launched its operations in Dubai, which include an executive MBA degree and Executive Education programmes. LBS is often ranked among the top business schools in Europe, and among the top 10 business schools in the world. In 2011, London Business School was ranked number one in the world for its MBA programme by the Financial Times for the third year in a row. In 2009, the school shared this ranking with The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
The school's admissions process at London Business School is highly selective, making it is one of the most competitive business schools in the world. A high GPA, high GMAT score, and strong non-quantitative credentials are typically prerequisites to admission. Successful applicants for the full-time MBA have an average GMAT score of 701.Over 1,000 degree students from 130 countries graduate from the School each year. A further 3,000-plus executives attend the School executive education programmes each year. The School has over 28,000 alumni in more than 120 countries, organised through 65-plus alumni clubs.
London Business School holds the European Foundation for Management Development Equis accreditation as well as that of the AACSB. The MBA and Sloan Fellowship MSc programmes are accredited through AMBA.
EMBA-Global, Masters in Finance, Manasters in Leadership and Strategy, masters in Management, Executive Education