Inclusion and diversity
Inclusion and diversity are cornerstone values at LBS. We are proud to welcome people from all backgrounds, countries, cultures, identities and orientations.
Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging annual report
The 2022 Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Report provides equality monitoring information on staff, students, faculty and executive education participants. It also outlines the progress London Business School has made in the past year towards meeting its equality priorities and the measures taken to strengthen inclusiveness in the last year.
Key report highlights:
senior leadership female
age range of employees
nationalities across faculty
The Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Advisory Board (DIBAB) are the leadership team responsible for the development of the Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging agenda. The mission of the DIBAB is to drive long term, measurable, sustainable and tangible change. The DIBC represents student School departments, student clubs and employee networks in matters of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging and reports into the DIBAB.
Our flagship multicultural festival, Tattoo celebrates our exciting mix of nationalities. We work to increase ethnic diversity in the workplace and encourage minority participation throughout the school community.
We monitor faculty pay across genders, support female career progression and prioritise candidate gender parity across all programmes. Female role models and speakers play a key role in encouraging more female faculty and students to join the School. Our Women in Business Club (WiB) is one of the largest on campus.
Accessibility is at the heart of our future estates policy and we partner with AccessAble – the leading provider of access information for disabled people in the UK - to assist those with additional needs.
Age-diverse programmes bring our students together on mixed electives. Share experiences and different generational perspectives that aid open dialogue in the workplace.