Think at London Business School
Selin Kesebir and Judy Qiu on how gender differences shape the way we build relationships at work and beyond
By Rosie Parry
Senior Corporate Strategy Advisor, Qatar Development Bank
Cheif Operating Officer at Autotrader UK
Masters in Management
Founder/CEO, London Law Collective
LBS Sloan Masters in Leadership and Strategy
Director of Financial Planning and Analysis, IHS Towers
The Women in Business (WiB) Club, one of our largest and most active clubs, is inspiring and supporting the next generation of business leaders to build an equal future in business and beyond. Here, 2020-21 co-presidents Parsha Hobbs and Ina Liu reflect on their club highlights, which include delivering the biggest ever WiB conference to date.
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London Business School is committed to increasing the number of women across all of our programmes, and as such, we offer a number of scholarships to support women with a track record of exceptional professional and personal achievement. In addition to the School’s contributions we also partner with individuals, corporates and organisations that share our values around the importance of gender diversity.
Visit our Financial Aid pages to find out how we can help you finance your Masters studies or consider our wide range of Women's Executive Education Scholarships.
The Laidlaw Women's Leadership Fund aims to attract the highest calibre women who might not otherwise have been able to afford a top-tier business education.The creation of the fund strengthens London Business School’s ambition of moving towards 51% female representation across LBS’s degree programmes, in particular the number of women from socio-economically diverse backgrounds. Significant progress has already been made towards addressing the gender balance at LBS; with this investment, the School can further strengthen its efforts to achieve gender parity.
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The 30% Club aims to get more women into executive positions; increasing this presence at the senior level will help to create a pipeline of female CEOs. We are delighted to provide scholarships for 50% of fees across our programmes in partnership with the 30% Club.
Forté Foundation is a non-profit consortium of leading companies and top business schools working together to help women launch fulfilling, significant careers. We are delighted to provide scholarships offering 50–100% of fees for our MBA programme in partnership with the Forté Foundation.
At London Business School over the past three years, our commitment to female participation has seen a 15% increase in women attending our programmes.
We are delighted to strengthen this further by introducing a series of, annual, full and part funded scholarships across our most prestigious Executive Education offerings. The scholarships are for exceptional female leaders, aiming to make a greater impact on their career or organization.
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