Articles by London Business School Student Views

  • Let’s Talk about #Tattoo2016

    Let’s Talk about #Tattoo2016

    by on February 28th, 2016

    Imagine 250 people representing 72 countries singing “Imagine” in unison and breaking a Guinness World Record while at it! That’s how Tattoo weekend kicked off. After having a world record in the bag, students … Read More

  • London Life

    London Life

    by on January 12th, 2016

    Primrose Hill at dawn. I think it’s rare for a spot in London to be more majestic, and London is certainly a city full of majesty. I’m drinking in a panoramic vista which stretches on my left from Stratford almost 10 … Read More

  • Going International

    Going International

    by on January 2nd, 2016

    Whether you are in Thomas Friedman’s corner walking on a pretty flat earth, or jumping obstacles with Pankaj Ghemawat on a bumpy and curvy one, there is one thing that that is certain; globalization is here and … Read More

  • Term One. Done.

    Term One. Done.

    by on December 15th, 2015

    It has been a mad, gasping, frenetic rush to the finish line, but it’s here. We are at the end of the Autumn term, and the close of the first term of our MBA! We finished our finals over the weekend, and the sense of … Read More

  • My first impressions

    My first impressions

    by on December 13th, 2015

    Landing in London the night before the first day of orientation, I literally had no time to catch my breath before I was swept into the whirlwind that is London Business School! Walking into City hall amidst  a … Read More

  • #WhyILoveLBS


    by on November 28th, 2015

    On the first day of orientation, we were introduced to the “why I love LBS” hashtag, which was started by the class of MBA2015. Alumni shared their reasons why they love LBS and these varied from getting the … Read More

  • The ‘N’ word

    The ‘N’ word

    by on November 25th, 2015

    Networking. It’s a polarising concept, for sure. But it’s one that, for success in life generally, let alone B-School life, is extremely valuable. It’s something that I’ve personally found deeply frightening, but … Read More

  • Compare & Contrast – EMBA 1st Vs. 2nd Year

    Compare & Contrast – EMBA 1st Vs. 2nd Year

    by on November 4th, 2015

    Kicking back after a long day at work, I found myself reflecting on how fast time has flown and how my experience at LBS this year compares to that of last year. We have just crossed over the halfway point of year 2, … Read More

  • LBS Shares: 2nd Edition

    LBS Shares: 2nd Edition

    by on October 26th, 2015

    I’ve got a ton of blog content all of a sudden so you’ll be getting a double dose this fortnight. Chronologically, I need to keep you all updated on LBS shares. We had our second instalment last Wednesday, and once … Read More

  • A walk through the Manhattan Short Film Festival 2015 (by the Film Club)

      On the 26th of September 200 film enthusiasts gathered to watch the 2nd edition of the Manhattan Short Film Festival in London at the London Business School. And once again LBS made it memorable! The Festival is … Read More

  • Things you can do in LBS but NOT at work

    Things you can do in LBS but NOT at work

    by on October 13th, 2015

    When I told one of the partners at my former firm that I’m leaving to go do my MBA at LBS, he gave me a very serious warning: “life at LBS is going to be difficult. LBS programmes are very tough!” Having had … Read More

  • Getting involved!

    Getting involved!

    by on October 8th, 2015

    Hi there! My name is Pete, and I am part of the MBA 2017 class. As one of the new MBA class, we might only just be finishing Week 4 of the autumn term, but we’ve actually been on campus for eight weeks now and that … Read More

  • Thank you for being a friend

    Thank you for being a friend

    by on October 6th, 2015

      “I thoroughly enjoyed the day, and I’m still sober!” – Peggy, North London Cares   The #LBSforLondon crew were in for a real treat this past Friday. To kick-off the weekend of … Read More

  • A Tale of Two Sports

    A Tale of Two Sports

    by on October 6th, 2015

      As a red-blooded American, I was slightly surprised, but excited, to see an NFL game here in London this past weekend But where did I spend my Sunday? Not explaining third-down conversions or play action. Instead, … Read More