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FROM LBS MiF Admissions Blog: How I Successfully Balanced a Part-time Masters, a Full-time Job and Social Activities


As a prospective student, you may be wondering:

How do Masters in Finance (MiF) part-time students juggle the programme alongside a full-time job and everyday commitments?

How do they manage to socialise with others and build close friendships?

Do they have time to participate in student clubs?

Hear from some of our alumni who share how they maintained that all-important work-life balance, connected with their peers and managed their participation in extracurricular activities.



Before we hear from them, here’s an overview of the Masters in Finance part-time programme. The 22-month programme is designed for individuals who are in full-time employment within finance. It is taught in person at our London Campus. Classes are held fortnightly on Friday evenings and all day Saturday. The majority of students are based in London and a small proportion commute from Europe.

Managing schedules

I am a driven individual who loves working and working out. In the beginning, I was a bit worried about the work/life balance and I know how hard it is to change daily habits. Knowing that I work and learn best in the evening, I started gradually changing my schedule. I moved my workout to morning sessions two months before the programme to get used to it. It is important to start adapting your time around your study even before the programme begins. The brain and the body need some time to adjust. After a while, the changes will become part of your routine – Sandra Ragues Fernandez (MiF Part Time 2021 Student Ambassador)

Staying organised, making the most of every hour of the day, and blocking times on weekends and nights to unwind and enjoy time with friends and family, without thinking about work or school, helped me immensely in making sure I stayed balanced and enjoyed the experience of being in school – Vartan Indjeian (MiF Part Time 2021 Student Ambassador)

Forming lifelong relationships

What surprised me most about the part-time programme was that there was an immediate social connection and bond formed between the group. In my opinion, this was largely driven by how aware we all were of the challenges of completing a part-time programme, while also looking forward to learning and making the most of it. The cohort was incredibly diverse. Not just in the fields of finance we work in, but also our backgrounds and life experiences. The commitment of the group to enjoy social time together – whether for drinks after a Saturday class or by organising social events for the group – helped our group grow closer. Within the first 6 months of the programme, I could already say that I had made numerous lifelong friends – Vartan Indjeian  (MiF Part Time 2021 Student Ambassador)

Club involvement

I was involved in the Squash and People Strategy clubs. My role as treasurer was quite flexible because I could fulfill my responsibility remotely. I stayed connected and engaged with my fellow ex-cos through https://gmatclub.com/chat and google hangouts. I also attended on-campus events as frequently as possible. On those days, I let the team know that I would be around so we could meet in person if necessary – Andrew Yeo (MiF Part Time 2020 Student Ambassador)



I was the VP of Speaker Series for the Investment Management Club and organised events with high-profile speakers on hot topics like quantitative investing, and EM investing. I believe this was one of the best and most active clubs on campus. It was a great way to meet like-minded people, share knowledge and have a drink while discussing investment ideas. Being a club officer while working full-time was challenging and you need to be honest with yourself and other club executives about how much time you can dedicate to it. I made the expectations clear from the beginning but also demonstrated the value I could bring to the club and it worked out pretty well – Tim Bekenov (MiF Part Time 2020 Student Ambassador)

If you have any questions about the Masters in Finance programme you can reach out to our Masters in Finance Recruitment Team by emailing mif@london.edu or calling us at +44(0)207007505.

You can also submit your CV for an informal review of your profile and fit for the programme here.

To get more insight into the MiF student experience and programme content you can connect with our Student Ambassadors [url=https://www.london.edu/masters-degrees/student-alumni-and-ambassadors#sort=%40profilesurname%20ascending&f:programme=[Masters%20in%20Finance%20full%20time,Masters%20in%20Finance%20part%20time]]here[/url].
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4 questions to ask yourself before approaching your employer for spons [#permalink]
FROM LBS MiF Admissions Blog: 4 questions to ask yourself before approaching your employer for sponsorship
by Greg Moore, Senior Business Development Manager

As the Senior Business Development Manager for Degree Programmes at LBS, I’m responsible for managing the school’s corporate relationships with employers who sponsor their staff to study with us.

There have been hundreds of organisations who have supported their employees through our degree programmes for a variety of different reasons. Some might be looking to fill specific skill gaps in their workforce, retain their highest performers or support an individual’s transition into a different area of the business, to give a few examples.

Working in this role has given me insights into the types of company support available and the rationale behind these policies. I wanted to share with you some ideas to think about when trying to present your case for support.

Before you begin to draft your own case to present to your employer, you should ask yourself the following questions:

  • What are your motivations for studying this course?

Think about your reasons at the most basic level. In your business case, you want to be open and honest with your employer about these. If your objective were to secure a transition away from your current employer, I’d advise against asking for corporate sponsorship. If you choose to leave your organisation having agreed sponsorship, you will likely incur financial penalties and perhaps burn your bridges with that organisation who have invested in you.

By being upfront about your motivations, you can demonstrate the mutually beneficial outcomes that will result from your learning experience.

[*]How is your performance viewed in your organisation?[/list]

Have you had strong and consistent ratings in your annual and quarterly appraisals? Have you been identified or selected for any kind of high potential or fast tracked leadership pool?

As the rate of career transitions an individual makes in their lifetime increases, most HR Directors have the challenge of retaining their high performing/high potential staff. It is much easier to approach the question of company sponsorship from a position of strength, so keep in mind how you are evaluated and what you have contributed to the organisation.

[*]Have you checked the existing L&D opportunities offered by your organisation?[/list]

It’s important to familiarise yourself with what is already offered so that you can elaborate on why your developments needs are not already addressed within the existing internal development portfolio.

While some organisations have structured policies to support external training such as that offered by LBS Degree programmes, the likelihood is that it will not be part of an existing offering, in which case you’ll need to be able to justify the additional expense of pursuing a degree programme at an elite business school.

Your business case will need to be professional and to analyse where the programme will meet your needs where internal programmes will not.

[*]What internal support do you have?[/list]

It is important to be able to harness any internal support to back up your business case. In most cases, it will be difficult to progress in negotiations without the support of your line manager and you should consider what support you might have in more senior levels of the organisation. Perhaps you have a mentor or other strong relationships that might be happy to demonstrate support for your plan.

Additionally, if you are aware of any LBS or business school alumni in your organisation who can help attest to the value of studying a business school degree.

Once you’ve considered these questions, it’s important to be prepared with a carefully designed business case to take to your company. You can find more information on how to do this in our blog on creating your case for company sponsorship.
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Creating your case for company sponsorship [#permalink]
FROM LBS MiF Admissions Blog: Creating your case for company sponsorship

When approaching your employer for company sponsorship, it’s important to carefully design your business case for the greatest chance of success. When thinking about how to do this, a large part of it is about how you can show potential ROI for your company. You should research the programme carefully; understand which elements directly apply to your role and what the time/financial commitments might be.

In terms of highlighting parts of the programme that will create ROI, you can focus on these in three main categories: learning, network and brand.

Learning

For instance, on the Masters in Finance (MiF), the company project is an opportunity to solve an issue that your employer is facing, by conducting research, sharing insights, and getting advice from the specialised MiF peer group.

This could potentially save your organisation the cost of hiring external consultants to look at the problem. You could pitch this to your organisation as someone who already understands how the company works and will now have the oversight and support of world-renowned thought leaders in the form of the LBS Faculty.

Network

At LBS you will be studying alongside professionals covering an extensive range of sectors and regions. You will also have access to an LBS alumni network of over 45,000 professionals in over 150 countries. This is a very useful element to cite when facing push-back if your employer would rather your take internal training instead.

We build our classes to include broad and interesting work experience, studying alongside such a diverse group enables you to think beyond your own sphere and develop insights from practices in other industries and functions that could enable you to drive innovation in your own business.

Working alongside these classmates and building a better understanding of their day-to-day challenges will better prepare you to understand client needs and forge better relationships to bring in additional revenue.

The LBS Brand

The brand that LBS offers might hold substantial value to the organisation. This is particularly relevant if you have significant external visibility. An LBS degree signifies credibility and reputation, and could potentially give you a better chance of attracting new clients.

Keeping all of this in mind, make sure that you frame yourself within the current strategic context of the organisation in mind. Some companies do use sponsorship as a tool for more general reasons like retention or supporting key transitions, others have very specific reasons in mind. For example, a company expanding its operations overseas may require its management to have greater exposure to various international locations and a more global mindset in its way of doing business.

Finally, I would recommend putting together research into a number of different options, which might facilitate your development. You need to approach this business case as an investment proposal, therefore substantial due diligence is necessary, including an assessment of similar alternatives. You may wish to present this with a value curve to show the benefits of each option and include the comparison of any programmes offered internally.

Levels of Company Support

Once you have constructed your business case to present to your HR or Head of Department, you are entering into the negotiation phase. In our experience, those who have successfully pitched to their employer for support will have received some push-back at one point or another, the key is persistence.

The employer funding our students receive varies greatly on a range from around 10% of tuition costs to more substantial packages that include full tuition as well as other items like accommodation and travel expenses.

Organisations that see the most value from sponsorship are those who build a clear career path for you and tie the programme into your personal development plan.

Those who are able to fully utilise the new knowledge, skills and networks they have acquired during their studies are most likely to feel fulfilled and therefore stay for a longer period.

Consider that the organisation will want to protect its investment and therefore likely put a contract addendum in place to tie you into employment or be required to reimburse their contribution. If you are seeking full funding, and are genuinely committed to the firm, I would recommend being as flexible as possible here. However, keep in mind that if you are tied in for longer, you will want to know that your opportunities for advancement within that time frame are clearly defined.

If full funding appears to be unlikely, then suggest a sharing of the burden of tuition. We see this more and more and could be seen as a fair compromise in that many elements of the programme will add value for the company, but many will intrinsically be of personal benefit.

Before preparing your business case and approaching your employer, here are 4 questions to ask yourself.

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High Potential Leadership Experience A Golden Opportunity [#permalink]
FROM IESE MiM Blog: High Potential Leadership Experience – A Golden Opportunity
In April this year, we invited a group of outstanding university students to IESE’s Madrid Campus as part of our High Potential Leadership Experience (HPLE). These students were selected out of a large pool of applicants for a day-long event where they could experience IESE’s distinctive case method style of teaching firsthand, acting as CEOs...

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Explore Your Funding Options [#permalink]
FROM LBS MiM Admissions Blog: Explore Your Funding Options


Pursuing a Graduate Masters is an investment in time and money, so it’s important to research your financing options early. I’ll walk you through some possible routes to consider, but it’s worth bearing in mind that our students typically fund their LBS experience through multiple sources. It’s perfectly reasonable, even recommended, to pool your resources! 

[b]Scholarships[/b] 

We have a variety of scholarships that will be awarded after an offer has been made to join a Graduate Masters at London Business School. As much as we’d like to, we cannot award them to all incoming students, so it is a competitive process. For this reason, we advise against relying on a scholarship for your funding plan. 

Most of the portfolio is made up of merit scholarships and offer holders will automatically be considered for any that they are eligible for. These scholarships are awarded solely on the strength of a programme application (CV, GMAT, interview etc.), so do keep this in mind when preparing to submit it. 

Alongside the merit scholarships, we have need-based scholarships. These are reserved to support candidates coming from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, who may not be able to start their business school journey without additional financial support. To assess eligibility, a short application is required and will be considered in conjunction with the strength of an initial programme application.

The [url=https://www.london.edu/masters-degrees/financial-aid/search-for-funding/london-business-school-merit-scholarship][b]London Business School Bursary[/b][/url] is available to candidates across all four Graduate Masters.

The [url=https://www.london.edu/masters-degrees/financial-aid/search-for-funding/laidlaw-womens-leadership-fund][b]Laidlaw Women’s Leadership Fund[/b][/url], aiming to help grow the proportion of women in senior leadership roles, offers a full-fee scholarship to four women on the Masters in Management.

[b]Savings[/b] 

If you have savings set aside for a life-changing experience, this might be a worthy cause to put it towards! Some students might also receive support from family members. 

‘I looked at quite a few different funding possibilities, to help finance my MiM program at LBS. While I spent a year working after obtaining my bachelor’s degree, I did not want to use all of my savings on tuition fees. I made a spreadsheet of my budget with all my costs (tuition, housing, living, etc.) to get an idea of how much I would be spending throughout the year. In the end, I used a combination of my savings and a student loan to cover the costs. Additionally, I found a lot of external scholarships that are designed to help students completing their masters abroad. Though finding and applying for them was time-consuming, it was definitely worth it, and has helped reduce the size of the loan I had to take out.’   – Mads Holstebro, MiM2023 

[b]Loans[/b] 

A large proportion of the community take out loans to fund their programme and there are many to consider. For example, we have relationships with [url=https://www.london.edu/masters-degrees/financial-aid/search-for-funding/lendwise-student-loan][b]Lendwise[/b][/url] and [url=https://www.london.edu/masters-degrees/financial-aid/search-for-funding/prodigy-finance][b]Prodigy Finance[/b][/url] who support students across a wide range of nationalities. You should also look into banks or loan providers specific to your country/region.

[b]Sponsorship[/b] 

This will not apply to everyone considering a Graduate Masters, but it is still something to be aware of. Some companies have a sponsorship policy in place to provide partial or full financial support to existing employees pursuing business education. Often this will come with a commitment to return to the company for a specified number of years, so this is worth researching if you intend to return to your current employer post-LBS. Our Business Development Team can support you in this, starting with ‘[url=https://admissionsblog.london.edu/4-questions-to-ask-yourself-before-approaching-your-employer-for-sponsorship/][b]4 questions to ask yourself before approaching your employer for sponsorship[/b][/url]’. 

[b]Funding Tool[/b]

Finally, take a look at our [url=https://www.london.edu/masters-degrees/financial-aid/search-for-funding?page%3D1%26order%3DvalueDesc%26refine%3D%26provider_type%3D%26national_of%3D%26second_nationality%3D%26residency%3D][b]Funding Tool[/b][/url] which provides a full list of our scholarships and some loan providers. While we have lots of information there for you, you’re bound to find even more options when you do your own fact-finding. Use this as a starting point to supplement your own research.

If you would like to reach out to a member of the Recruitment and Admissions team, send an email to [b][email=earlycareers@london.edu]graduatemasters@london.edu[/email][/b].
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November Recruitment Events [#permalink]
FROM LBS MiM Admissions Blog: November Recruitment Events

Do you want to meet our team in your nearest city and learn more about our programmes? We have some really exciting events coming up this month that will answer all your questions to give you some insight into studying at London Business School.

UK & IrelandDateMasters in Finance Talk and Tour on Campus11/11/2022MBA Talk and Tour on Campus11/11/2022Graduate Masters Talk and Tour on Campus11/11/2022Executive MBA Reception24/11/2022MBA Open Day26/11/2022Premier EMBA – London29/11/2022EuropeQS Connect Masters: Italy10/11/2022E-fellows Masters Day – Zurich15/11/2022QS Connect Masters: Germany and Austria17/11/2022AsiaCoffee Chats in Bangkok21-22/11/2022QS World Grad School Tour: Bangkok21/11/2022Meet LBS in Bangkok22/11/2022North AmericaCoffee Chats in New York15-18/11/2022Leadership Programmes: Coffee Chats in New York17-18/11/2022Premier EMBA – New York City17/11/2022South AmericaQS Connect Masters: Latam Business Masters10/11/2022OceaniaCoffee Chats in Sydney17/11/2022Meet LBS in Sydney17/11/2022Coffee Chats in Melbourne30/11/2022Online MBA Overview04/11/2022Customising your EMBA journey: electives and global experiences07/11/2022Graduate Masters Programmes: Student Perspective08/11/2022MBA Overview11/11/2022Masters in Finance: In conversation with MiF Students15/11/2022MBA Overview18/11/2022Life post Executive MBA London and Dubai21/11/2022Q&A with the Graduate Masters Recruitment and Admissions Team22/11/2022MBA Overview25/11/2022Masters in Finance Career Journey with Alumni28/11/2022
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FROM LBS MiF Admissions Blog: November Recruitment Events

Do you want to meet our team in your nearest city and learn more about our programmes? We have some really exciting events coming up this month that will answer all your questions to give you some insight into studying at London Business School.

UK & IrelandDateMasters in Finance Talk and Tour on Campus11/11/2022MBA Talk and Tour on Campus11/11/2022Graduate Masters Talk and Tour on Campus11/11/2022Executive MBA Reception24/11/2022MBA Open Day26/11/2022Premier EMBA – London29/11/2022EuropeQS Connect Masters: Italy10/11/2022E-fellows Masters Day – Zurich15/11/2022QS Connect Masters: Germany and Austria17/11/2022AsiaCoffee Chats in Bangkok21-22/11/2022QS World Grad School Tour: Bangkok21/11/2022Meet LBS in Bangkok22/11/2022North AmericaCoffee Chats in New York15-18/11/2022Leadership Programmes: Coffee Chats in New York17-18/11/2022Premier EMBA – New York City17/11/2022South AmericaQS Connect Masters: Latam Business Masters10/11/2022OceaniaCoffee Chats in Sydney17/11/2022Meet LBS in Sydney17/11/2022Coffee Chats in Melbourne30/11/2022Online MBA Overview04/11/2022Customising your EMBA journey: electives and global experiences07/11/2022Graduate Masters Programmes: Student Perspective08/11/2022MBA Overview11/11/2022Masters in Finance: In conversation with MiF Students15/11/2022MBA Overview18/11/2022Life post Executive MBA London and Dubai21/11/2022Q&A with the Graduate Masters Recruitment and Admissions Team22/11/2022MBA Overview25/11/2022Masters in Finance Career Journey with Alumni28/11/2022
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My Journey From Prospect to Masters in Management Student [#permalink]
FROM LBS MiM Admissions Blog: My Journey From Prospect to Masters in Management Student
By Victor Hajjar, MiM 2023

Why London Business School?

A simple answer: It’s London Business School.

After researching and applying to different schools, I knew that LBS was the one. The intensive one-year programme would enrich my knowledge by exposing me to different fields such as accounting, economics, finance, marketing, and management. The condensed two months sprints teaching cycle at LBS would equip me to pick up different concepts quickly. Such exposure would help me accelerate my learning curve while building a deep understanding of the business world.



London Business School’s courses and projects would help grow my skills and broaden my perspective and horizons beyond theory in different fields through the wide range of practical situations in a global context which will help me develop expertise in international business, innovation, and entrepreneurship. This path will enhance my analytical and technical skills and shape my mind to structurally think outside of the box.

Through the Masters in Management (MiM) programme, I am also looking to explore different sectors in order to validate my career aspirations. Through the career services provided by LBS, I aim to validate my career goals after considering various industries and a vast network of employers. I specifically hope to gain a deeper understanding of the consulting industry and build the skill set required to make me an eligible candidate for this prestigious job through practical workshops, case studies, and the LondonLAB. This programme will allow me to expand my London network.

A programme with such international exposure to people of different cultures would go hand in hand with my personal growth and multicultural experiences. That, and the School’s policy on diversity and inclusion, confirmed that LBS is the kind of business school that champions belonging and further shape my mindset into the person I wish to become.

I was supported by a great network of alumni and staff member

I couldn’t have gained all these insights and become confident that LBS was the right fit for me without the help and support of alumni, student ambassadors and staff. I connected with several LBS undergraduate students – including Clementine Hueber (MiM 2022), Nicole Musser (MiM 2022) and Ahmad Wattar (MiM 2022) – and had conversations with more than twenty alumni. Yes, twenty! They were very engaging and helpful as they answered my questions and gave me a glimpse of what an LBS journey would look like. Finally, the recruitment team who has been very supportive so far, provided me with Maria Busz’s contact details, allowing me to schedule a meeting to discuss my resume, the programme, and the process. I decided to become a Student Ambassador to help other applicants, having been in their shoes recently.

How can you secure a place?

A simple answer to this question: Be YOU. Show your values and what distinguishes you from others.

Check out the profiles of other students, scholars, ambassadors and alumni here.

You can also reach out to the Recruitment Team mim@london.edu with any questions.
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Green Transportation Traveling to our Fall Term by Bike [#permalink]
FROM ESCP MiM Students Blog: Green Transportation – Traveling to our Fall Term by Bike
Solène & Clara: the adventure of 2 Master in Management Students biking from Bordeaux to Madrid for their fall term

It all started when we were enrolling for our [url=https://escp.eu/mim]Master in Management[/url] fall semester, which we both had chosen to take on the [url=https://www.escpeurope.eu/madrid]ESCP Madrid[/url] campus. We had just finished a 6-month bootcamp in the Army, which gave us a new outlook on our planet, on ourselves and on our willingness to take on challenges.

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We were talking about how we liked to exercise when Clara suggested that, instead of taking the train or flying to Madrid, why didn’t we get there by bike. It would allow us to have a smaller impact on the environment, would be a great learning experience and a great adventure all at the same time. 

Itinerary

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[*]Day 1: Bordeaux – Mimizan | 138km – 218m [/*]

[*]Day 2: Mimizan – Guéthary | 148km – 560m [/*]

[*]Day 3: Guéthary – Zaldivia (passing by the Jaizkibel)| 115km – 1300m [/*]

[*]Day 4: Zaldivia – Pancorbo | 141km – 1400m [/*]

[*]Day 5: Pancorbo – Roa | 157km – 1200m [/*]

[*]Day 6: Roa – Navacerrada | 133km – 1800m [/*]

[*]Day 7: Navacerrada – Madrid | 60km – 330m [/*]
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In France, we followed the Vélodyssée which goes from Nantes to Hendaye. It is a very nice path which is well signposted, allowing you to bike in the Landes region of France, unbothered by cars. 

As for Spain, we did not know what biking there would be like but it was an amazing experience: even though we had to use large roads, truck and car drivers gave us considerable safety distance while passing us. We started out by following Google Maps’ bike itinerary but found ourselves facing mountain bike paths, which was difficult with our road bikes. Instead, we found the perfect combo by mixing the recommended bike path with Google Maps’ car itinerary with the option to avoid highways.

Learning about Spanish Culture

In order to make the most of our trip, instead of booking B&Bs or campgrounds in advance, we decided to try to get lodging with local families ad hoc. This provided the added benefit of allowing us to connect with people from a different culture. 

Whenever we arrived in a village at the end of a long day on the road, we would ask a local family to host us, and it always worked! We were very fortunate to find very welcoming families, who, among other things, taught us how to make traditional tortillas, showed us historical villages, and introduced us to La Rioja wine. In addition to the human experience, it was a great introduction to Spanish culture and language.

We hope that our story will inspire others when they move to a new campus. Indeed, [url=https://escp.eu]ESCP Business School[/url] with its campuses around Europe is ideal for this type of green transport. You just need a bike, a friend who is as crazy as you and you’re off.

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Article written by [url=https://www.linkedin.com/in/claramontagnes/]Clara Montagnes[/url] & [url=https://www.linkedin.com/in/soleneschuster/]Solène Schuster[/url], Master in Management Class of 2023
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FROM LBS MiM Admissions Blog: ‘Navigating the LBS Admission Process’ by the LBS Africa Club

Interested in gaining admission into the London Business School MBA? Keen on submitting a stellar application with impactful essays? Curious about the admission interview?

The LBS Africa Club is hosting an online event to answer all your questions!

Join in on Wednesday 30th November 2022, 18.00 – 19.00 (GMT) as we discuss how to navigate the LBS admission process, with insights from the Africa Admissions team and a panel of current MBA students from Africa.

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FROM LBS MiF Admissions Blog: ‘Navigating the LBS Admission Process’ by the LBS Africa Club

Interested in gaining admission into the London Business School MBA? Keen on submitting a stellar application with impactful essays? Curious about the admission interview?

The LBS Africa Club is hosting an online event to answer all your questions!

Join in on Wednesday 30th November 2022, 18.00 – 19.00 (GMT) as we discuss how to navigate the LBS admission process, with insights from the Africa Admissions team and a panel of current MBA students from Africa.

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8 Reasons Turin is the Perfect Choice for Sports Lovers [#permalink]
FROM ESCP MiM Students Blog: 8 Reasons Turin is the Perfect Choice for Sports Lovers
Are you a sports lover? [url=https://escp.eu/turin]ESCP Turin Campus[/url] can be the place to be! [url=https://aceseurope.eu/]ACES Europe[/url], a non-profit association based in Brussels, has proclaimed Piedmont “European Region of Sport 2022”. This is a prestigious title awarded for the first time to an Italian region with this note: “Piedmont is a good example of sport for all as a driver for health, integration, education and respect.”

When sporty people move to a new country, they should look into the range of possibilities offered by the city and campus to pursue their well-being through sport.

[url=https://escp.eu]ESCP Business School[/url] encourages its students to work out and be involved in sports activities and clubs. The Turin Campus Student Experience Office works hard to promote sports and healthy living to students.

“Mens sana in corpore sano“, is a Latin saying, and they were right. Sports are a great way to reduce stress, exercise the mind and the body and have fun.

Physical exercise boosts brain power in several ways: it increases energy levels and can help improve memory, concentration and mood. 

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Moving abroad for study reasons to a new place marks a new beginning in your life. It can generate both enthusiasm and concern for many reasons, including culture shock and a possible language barrier, academic demands and meeting new people.

One of the best ways to begin life at ESCP is by attending the school’s events and participating in and practising sports.

Playing sports is an excellent way to stay healthy, take your mind off academic life, challenge yourself, improve your teamwork skills, make new friends and have fun. The truth is that you can achieve the latter two points even just by watching sports in the local area.

In Turin, ESCP Business School offers several sports events and we ensure our students have access to many indoor and outdoor sports facilities. 

The city has plenty of options, and if you love sports you can find eight good reasons to move to Turin.

1) Nitto ATP Finals

If your passion is the noblest of sports, as tennis is called, you cannot miss the [url=https://www.nittoatpfinals.com/]Nitto ATP Finals[/url], taking place in Turin in mid-November. It is the year-end climax of the ATP Tour season. The event is contested in a round-robin format, with the best four players and doubles teams reaching the knockout semi-finals stage. From 2021-2025, the tournament will be held at Turin’s Pala Alpitour Stadium, Italy’s largest indoor sporting arena (located right next to the ESCP Turin Campus!). The Turin 2022 ATP Finals will take place from 13 to 20 November.

2) Football lovers: Juventus vs Torino

Turin is bursting with “calcio” history, and football fans will love to immerse themselves in the city’s football culture thanks to its two iconic teams: Juventus and Torino Football Club. The two teams, both in the Serie A, give life to the so-called “Derby della Mole”, one of the most famous derbies of Italian football and the oldest still played.

Juve, or La Vecchia Signora (The Old Lady) as it is called by the locals, is one of the most successful and famous clubs around the globe, with around 300 million fans.

Il Toro, also called I Granata, is the oldest club in Turin. It won many league titles back in the early years of “calcio”. It is still among the most recognised clubs in Italy. 

You can’t miss the exciting experience of Juventus at the Allianz Stadium or the passion of the Torino Football Club Ultras at the Stadio Olimpico “Grande Torino” (just a 10 minutes walk from the campus).

3) Winter sports

Turin is surrounded by the Alps. From there you can easily reach many enchanting mountain destinations. The city is close to some of Piedmont’s most attractive ski resorts. It is well connected to the Via Lattea, the French-Italian ski area that includes the seven resorts of Val di Susa (Oulx, Sestriere, Cesana, Claviere, Sauze d’Oulx, Pragelato and San Sicario) and the French resort of Montgenèvre. Here you can find glacier slopes and off-piste skiing for experts, wide and gentle slopes for beginners, and cross-country skiing trails that run through landscapes of incomparable beauty. 

In addition to skiing and snowshoeing, more adventurous sports are available in Piedmont’s winter resorts, such as dogsledding, climbing icefalls, snowboarding, and heliskiing. 

The highlight of the winter season for students is the ESCP Ski Event in Sestriere, a 4-day event in the mountains that includes Sports, Fun and Networking.

4) Sports open day

At the beginning of the new academic year, the ESCP Turin Campus organises a [url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaLzeguuUv4&t=2s]Sports Open Day[/url]. The event is the perfect occasion for our students to meet their schoolmates and play sports in a charming location: the Po River banks. 

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In 2022, ESCP students played beach volleyball, tennis, ping pong, foosball; practised pilates with Spazio Dance Heart, and rowed at Circolo Amici del Fiume. They competed in a beach volleyball and doubles teams’ tennis tournament. If you are in Turin next year, don’t miss the experience with the Dragon Boat: it is fantastic!

5) Rowing regatta

Every year, at the beginning of October, Turin hosts the Rowing Regatta: a classic in the city’s sports and university scene and one of Turin’s primary autumn student events. 

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Since 2022, ESCP Business School has participated in the historic rowing challenge between the [url=https://www.polito.it/]Politecnico di Torino [/url]and the [url=https://www.unito.it/]Università degli Studi di Torino [/url]on the banks of the Po River. Inspired by the historic challenge between Cambridge and Oxford, the [url=https://www.custorino.it/]CUS Torino – Centro Universitario Sportivo[/url] (University Sports Centre) has organised the Rowing Regatta to promote sports and a sense of belonging to the university community.

The regatta consists of two races, the women’s 4 pair and the men’s 8+, each divided into three heats. If you are a rowing champion, we want you on our team! 

If you’re not adept at rowing, you can enjoy the event as a fan, participating in the parade led by a Marching Band along Via Po and up to the Murazzi.

6) Sports facilities agreements

Turin offers plenty of options for people who want to practice sports. Thanks to exclusive agreements between ESCP and gyms, swimming pools, sports clubs and personal trainers, you can try different activities at an exceptional price.

A specific agreement between ESCP Turin Campus and CUS allows ESCP students access to many indoor and outdoor sports facilities, such as rugby and football fields, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, and golf and athletics fields.

7) Football team

Every year, the ESCP Turin Campus recruits players among its students to compete in the University tournament – organised by CUS Torino – with its own football team. The crew is made up of 14 students from different programmes and nationalities. The ESCP seven-a-side football team plays 3 tournaments: in October, January and May. ESCP Turin Campus provides athletes with football uniforms and manages their medical examinations.

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8) 5km run/walk for a good cause

ESCP Turin Campus staff and students take part as a team in “[url=https://jtwia.org/]Just The Woman I Am[/url]“, a 5km run/walk to raise funds for university cancer research. JTWIA takes place every year in conjunction with Women’s Day, in the first week of March. At the basis of this choice, there is the desire to link the event to crucial issues such as gender equality, promoting prevention and healthy lifestyles. 

ESCP Business School loves sports.
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Masters in Finance Student Experience Beyond the Classroom [#permalink]
FROM LBS MiF Admissions Blog: Masters in Finance Student Experience – Beyond the Classroom

As well as having stellar business potential, our Masters in Finance (MiF) students are well-rounded individuals, following their passions as leaders and participants in a range of professional, social and sporting clubs and events.

At London Business School, there are over 80 student clubs, 1000+ club events every year and 150+ student leaders of clubs, conferences and treks.

From football to restructuring, there’s a club for everyone! We spoke to two of our current Masters in Finance students about their club experiences.

[b]Turnaround Management and Restructuring Club – Dhevine Chandrapala MiFPT 2023[/b]

Dhevine is part of the MiF (Part-time) 2023 cohort. He is an Academic Rep for MiF 2023 and President of the Turnaround Management and Restructuring Club (TMRC). Currently on exchange for the fall term at HKUST Business School, Dhevine is a restructuring lawyer at Sidley Austin in its London and Hong Kong offices.

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[b]So, let’s get started: what is the Turnaround Management and Restructuring Club?[/b]

TMRC is a student-led club that brings together a broad network of students, alumni and professionals across the turnaround and distressed investing community. We have three main areas of focus: financial restructuring, distressed investing and operational turnaround.

Whilst being a club that has a specific focus (i.e. stressed and distressed situations), it is a really broad church bringing together students who: 

[list][*]are focused on [b]finance[/b], and want to delve into the more technical aspects of financial restructuring or distressed investing[/*][*]have consulting experience or want to explore [b]turnaround consultancy[/b][/*][*]are looking at [b]corporate leadership [/b]roles and want to be prepared for navigating a business through financial and operational challenges[/*][/list]

[b]Why did you join the Turnaround Management and Restructuring Club, and why do you think others should too?[/b]

Well for me personally – being actively involved in TMRC was always a long-standing aim of mine at LBS, even prior to starting the MiF. Prior to joining LBS, I’ve been in restructuring for my whole career so far – predominantly working on European situations and now increasingly APAC situations. Like so much of LBS, being part of TMRC brings together diverse international experiences and has broadened my own horizons. For example, our ExCo this year bring in restructuring and distressed investing experience from the US, Central and South America, India, China, and Europe. We utilise this breadth of experience and network in putting together our events. For example, in August, we organised a spotlight panel event on the distress in China’s real estate market with leading restructuring professionals from Houlihan Lokey and Sidley, and senior lecturers from King’s College, London.

Hopefully, this shows just how broad TMRC is. Reflective of the turnaround community more widely, it’s sector-agnostic – because any industry and any company can and will undergo periods of operational and/or financial challenge, particularly given the macroeconomic global environment over the next 12 months (at least). As a result, TMRC is full of variety when it comes to the industries and markets that we come across. Panels can easily go from discussing the challenges in high street retail to talking about the crypto winter!

[b]What do you have planned for this upcoming year?[/b]

We have so much[b] [/b]planned for the upcoming year, particularly after January. We have a great long-standing roster of events that we will continue with this year, including a case-study-based competition for operational turnaround with BCG. Our focus this year will be on organising even more topical panel events such as on the distress in crypto and defi, new developments and outlook in APAC, and special opportunities in European real estate. That is in addition to hosting the first distressed investing and restructuring conference for LBS which is also in the pipeline. Stay tuned!

[b]Football Club – Eduardo Ayarza MiFFT2023[/b]

Eduardo is part of the MiF (Full-time) 2023 cohort. Before LBS he was living in Peru and working as an Equity Portfolio Manager. He is a student ambassador and an active member of the football club.

The LBS Football Club is an excellent opportunity to participate in a global intercultural experience, expanding your network while playing one of the world’s most popular sports. The club is made up of students from all the LBS programmes including the MBA, Masters in Management, Masters in Financial Analysis and Masters in Finance. Everyone comes from different professional and cultural backgrounds which provides a unique platform to interact frequently and exchange experiences.

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I’ve enjoyed exercising during weekly training on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This prepares us for our official league matches on Sundays. Playing football with my teammates helps us relax and reduces stress. We can put aside our daily cares and focus on winning.

I’ve had the chance to represent LBS’ values of respect, teamwork and friendship when facing external opponents, which provides another opportunity to meet people from other universities and companies.

Community interaction is another key objective of the club. The club’s ExCo organises frequent events and provides safe spaces to interact within the community away from football pitches. Going to a pub, watching Premier League games, or even attending a live football match, are some examples of the kind of events that I’ve been able to attend.

Find out more about activities, clubs and groups at LBS [url=https://www.london.edu/masters-degrees/activities-clubs-and-groups][b]here[/b][/url].
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FROM LBS MiF Admissions Blog: Studying the Masters in Finance Part Time as a Commuter

by [b][url=https://www.london.edu/masters-degrees/student-alumni-and-ambassadors/simone-dalle-nogare]Simone Dalle Nogare[/url][/b], Masters in Finance Part Time 2023

As I reflect on my successful first year at London Business School, if I were asked ‘”would you do it again despite the challenges?” My answer would be a resounding YES!

Studying the Masters in Finance (MiF) on a part-time basis is demanding and requires discipline to succeed. Studying whilst commuting from outside of the UK provides an additional challenge – it requires travelling to and from London Business School for lectures. As a commuter, you also need to share your class and travel schedule with your employer well in advance to allow adjustments as appropriate. If you have a family and are parenting, you also need to plan effectively to ensure your family’s day-to-day needs are still met whilst you are away.  

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[email=mif@london.edu]mif@london.edu[/email].[/b]
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How to Decide which Graduate Masters Programme Suits You  [#permalink]
FROM LBS MiM Admissions Blog: How to Decide which Graduate Masters Programme Suits You 
There are four different programmes as a part of our Graduate Masters portfolio at London Business School: Masters in Management, Global Masters in Management, Masters in Financial Analysis and Masters in Analytics and Management. These programmes are designed not only to ground you in theory, but also to build the real-world skills to translate that theory into practice. You will be supported throughout, by expert faculty and coaches as you gain the tools and self-awareness to succeed in whatever career you choose. 

THE PROGRAMMES AT A GLANCE

The common requirement is that you have 0-2 years of working experience. You need to have graduated no more than 2 years prior to starting the programme.

Masters in Management / Global Masters in Management (MiM / GMiM) 

Programme summary: A critical business understanding, an adaptive mindset, international perspectives and business-ready practical skills. The MiM is a mixture of core courses and integrated modules that build your understanding of management in business. The Global MiM is a two-year programme. After completing the MiM, you will go on to spend a year at Fudan University in Shanghai. There, you will gain a Masters in International Business and a strong understanding of Asian markets and cultures.  

Programme highlights: 

  • Common undergraduate study discipline – Business Management, Economics and Finance/Accounting 
  • Common destination – Consulting, Financial Services and Technology 
  • Recommended minimum GMAT Score: 600 (Average is 690)
  • Average GRE Score: 160 in Verbal and 166 in Quant 

Masters in Financial Analysis (MFA) 

Programme summary: With a strong finance-focused curriculum, this highly practical programme will equip you with the skills, knowledge and understanding of the latest trends, terminology and networks. 

Programme highlights:  

  • Common undergraduate study discipline – Economics, Business/Management and Finance/Accounting 
  • Common destination – Investment Banking/Brokerage, Private Equity and Investment Management  
  • Recommended minimum GMAT Score*: 650 (Average is 700-710)
  • Average GRE Score*: 162 in Verbal and 168 in Quant

*We accept CFA Level 1 instead of GMAT/GRE for the MFA  

London Business Challenge Week (LBCW) is the Master in Financial Analysis’ exclusive experiential learning module, that allows students to immerse themselves in a live consulting project for one intensive week.  

Masters in Analytics and Management (MAM)  

Programme summary: Our newest programme offers a uniquely integrated learning experience that combines Data Visualisation, Machine Learning and AI. You will learn to make data-driven commercial and strategic and build effective skills in both data analytics and business fundamentals. 

Programme highlights: 

  • Common undergraduate study discipline – Business/Management, Math/Science 
  • Common destination – Consulting, Technology and Financial Services 
  • Recommended minimum GMAT Score: 600 (Average is 690-710)
  • Average GRE Score: 158 in Verbal and 168 in Quant 
  • Ideal to have knowledge of some computer languages (e.g. SQL, R, Python etc.) before starting the programme 

A key experiential learning element of the MiM, GMiM and MAM is LondonLAB which allows you to apply all of your classroom learnings and tackle live business issues faced by London-based.

EXPLORE MORE ABOUT EACH PROGRAMME  

Hear more from our student community to help you decide the best programme for you! 

MiM – My journey to the Masters in Management programme

Global MiM – Global Masters in Management Reflections with Nuria Riechenberg

MFA – The MFA: A Look Back at the Highlights from the Programme

MAM – The MAM: A Look Back at the Programme

WE ARE HERE TO HELP  

Check out our [url=https://www.london.edu/events/calendar#sort=%40eventstarts%20ascending&f:eventfor=[Prospective%20students]&f:programme=[MAM,MFA,MIM]]latest events for prospective students[/url]. If you have any questions about the programmes or applications, please contact to Recruitment Team. Please submit your CV. We are happy to provide feedback on your profile and assess your eligibility for our programmes. 
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FROM LBS MiM Admissions Blog: December Recruitment Events

Do you want to meet our team in your nearest city and learn more about our programmes? We have some really exciting events coming up this month that will answer all your questions to give you some insight into studying at London Business School.

UKDateGraduate Masters On Campus Talk and Tour09/12/2022Masters in Finance On Campus Talk and Tour09/12/2022MBA On Campus Talk and Tour09/12/2022AfricaQS Connect Masters: West Africa10/12/2022OnlineGMIM Information Session06/12/2022Belonging at LBS: Meet your community06/12/2022Masters in Finance How to Submit a Strong Application07/12/2022MBA Overview09/12/2022Graduate Masters Programmes: Student Perspective12/12/2022Global Careers with LBS: Career conference for prospective students13/12/2022Meet the Laidlaw Scholars14/12/2022EMBA Global Overview14/12/2022Career Journey with LBS Alumni: From Masters in Finance to Finance Director15/12/2022MBA Overview16/12/2022Q&A with the Graduate Masters Recruitment and Admissions Team20/12/2022
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FROM LBS MiF Admissions Blog: December Recruitment Events

Do you want to meet our team in your nearest city and learn more about our programmes? We have some really exciting events coming up this month that will answer all your questions to give you some insight into studying at London Business School.

UKDateGraduate Masters On Campus Talk and Tour09/12/2022Masters in Finance On Campus Talk and Tour09/12/2022MBA On Campus Talk and Tour09/12/2022AfricaQS Connect Masters: West Africa10/12/2022OnlineGMIM Information Session06/12/2022Belonging at LBS: Meet your community06/12/2022Masters in Finance How to Submit a Strong Application07/12/2022MBA Overview09/12/2022Graduate Masters Programmes: Student Perspective12/12/2022Global Careers with LBS: Career conference for prospective students13/12/2022Meet the Laidlaw Scholars14/12/2022EMBA Global Overview14/12/2022Career Journey with LBS Alumni: From Masters in Finance to Finance Director15/12/2022MBA Overview16/12/2022Q&A with the Graduate Masters Recruitment and Admissions Team20/12/2022
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