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We are inspired by the purpose and passion of our students who are focussed on applying innovative thinking in the area of business for development. We seek collaborations with student clubs and initiatives, that have the potential to evolve how we think about business. We support our students who are taking an active role in shaping and understanding this agenda, by:
Africa Club is a student-run club at London Business School that promotes engagement on Africa within the school and with a broader community, either in London, Africa or globally. The Club members are individuals who have either worked in Africa or have cultural or professional interests in the continent.
Women in Business (WIB) Club at LBS is one of the biggest clubs on campus, covering a wide range of areas: from recruitment, to a sub-group of Manbassadors; from relations with external initiatives like UN Women and HeForShe - to running impactful workshops on entrepreneurship and personal development - and also running our alumni relations programme. In addition, WIB runs an annual flagship conference.
The goal of the Social Impact Club is to ignite purposeful leadership at LBS by making social impact relevant for all students. The Club explores projects that combine academic excellence, social consciousness and an enduring commitment to helping others. Encounter the NGO and NFP sectors’ greatest challenges and use state-of-the-art analysis to develop solutions.
The Impact Consulting Club is one of the fastest growing clubs at London Business School. We provide postgraduate students, many of them experienced consultants and others aspirational, with the opportunity to provide pro-bono impact consultancy work with real clients across Europe and the World. In the past five years, we've worked with public sector clients, NGOs, and private sector companies.
The Healthcare Club represents all fields of the health landscape including health-tech, life-sciences, pharma, health-VC, healthcare provision and more. The Club's objectives are to create Educational, Networking, and Recruitment opportunities for its members, and to promote London Business School as a hub for healthcare.
Project Aasha is a social entrepreneurship project led by our Early Career students focussed on the strategy and implementation challenges of addressing poverty alleviation.
TheOur mission is to cultivate an environment that promotes the representation, well-being, and advancement of Black professionals in business. BiB will serve as a cultural foundation and network for Black students (past, present, and future) and their allies. The club is the ultimate conduit for the Black Inclusion Network and facilitator of ongoing discussion between LBS and students for a way forward on racial equality.
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We are open to other collaborations, please get in touch with email@example.com
Further detail can be found on the Course Directory.