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January 28, 2018
lottitan

Joined: Oct 22, 2013

Posts: 3

Kudos: 0

Self-reported Score:
690 Q51 V31

A bit disappointed; a bit regret choosing LBS, honestly

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This review is for LBS

Program Full Time MBA

Class of 2016

Experience during the program

If you are not an European, neither have you got any connections to Europe, LBS is definitely not for you. The British are quite xenophobic in general, so as an Asian I never felt I belong to London. LBS has a strong reputation in London, but only in London, I’m afraid. So think carefully before committing to this choice.

LBS is cheaper compared to other world Top 10 MBA programs, but as I said, if you don’t belong to Europe, it is still not worth it to study in London.

If you want to use an MBA study as a way to immigrate, American schools are way better.

I would have chosen an American school, if I knew upfront what l would encounter in those two years.

FYI, every word above is sincere.

About job placement process

If you want to work in the EMEA area, LBS is perfect. Otherwise, please choose an American school.


Overall BSchool experience (2.0)
Schools contribution (2.0)
Classmates rating (2.0)

Strengths of the program:

Location
Brand/Ranking

Best fit at this program:

Consulting
Finance
Investment Banking

Can be improved:

Curriculum, Classes, Professors
Alumni Network
Career opportunities provided by school
Culture & Student Support


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January 31, 2018
shoro

Everything in your review is wrong except for the sentence regarding working in EMEA (although South America and Asia ought to be included here too). The data speaks for itself.
https://www.london.edu/programmes/masters-courses/mba/class-profile
https://www.london.edu/programmes/masters-courses/mba/career-impact

January 31, 2018
bb

The rule of thumb is that the man/woman on the ground has the best perspective. Unless you are a current student, you should absorb every piece of information and appreciate an honest perspective.

January 31, 2018
shoro

I agree. The data suggests the review was not written by an LBS MBA student or alum.

August 04, 2019
dcummins

This is quite a disturbing or perhaps overly sensitive comment. @BB can you in any way verify the reviewer?

August 04, 2019
bb

This review was posted before we started requiring verification of the school's email address so I have looked up the user on linked in using their email and I can confirm that they indeed have attended LBS ans graduated in 2016 as suggested on their profile. https://gmatclub.com/forum/members/member-386351.html

Further, per their LinkedIn profile with 300+ personal connections, this person found work outside of Europe, as indeed stated on the review. It leads to be believe it is an honest and a real review.