London Business School received an overall score of 93.1 out of 100 points. The point system takes into consideration factors such as student-staff ratio, research quality, and student employment prospects. According to QS, the top accountancy and finance universities must have a strong skill set such as excellent analytical skills, a strong mathematical background, attention to detail, and a keen interest in research to keep up with the latest in the field. London Business School has consistently received high rankings in corporate finance related subject areas as well as its world renowned MBA programme. With up-to-date research and excellent staff, students are given the opportunity to study the latest trends in the business world by some of the most experienced faculty.
With a dedicated career service and an excellent industry network, LBS alumni are well prepared to launch their career. The alumni network stretches across 130 countries and has close to 35,000 students offering a wealth of opportunities. In 2010, 93% of MBA students were offered a job within three months of graduating, despite the current economic climate.
Beyond ranking factors, previous LBS students have spoken about positive overall experience at the school. With an extremely diverse student and staff community, students get to have a truly multicultural experience which is especially important in today’s globalising business landscape. From a more social perspective, there are more than 100 clubs and student organisations to choose from allowing for the ideal University experience.