Early Career Open Day
27th November 2021
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Thank you for your continued interested in our Early Career programmes.
We recently hosted our Open Day. We’re excited to offer the recordings of the live sessions, and additional on demand content with some useful insights about the programme, the LBS community and the opportunity to introduce you to some of the people that you will meet along your admissions journey.
The sessions have been specifically selected to ensure you hear first-hand what we feel is most important to you.
Welcome from Alexandra Salter (Recruitment & Admissions Director, Early Career Programmes), who introduced the LBS community and gave a glimpse of what you can expect as a student.
Alexandra and Oliver Ashby (Programme Director, MIM, GMIM, MAM) discussed the key programme details, applying to our programmes, insights on what makes a good candidate and why you should consider joining one of our Early Career programmes.
The Career Centre supports you in your career development during your degree. In this session, Alexandra Salter talked to our alumni about the support offered by the Career Centre and they explained how to work with them during your programme.
Alumni talked about their decision to commit to a masters to kick off their careers, how they worked with the Career Centre during their degree and what impact it has had on their career since graduating: Nikos Katsanevakis (MFA2022), Axel Tagnon (MFA2022), Christian Gonder (MAM2021), Sumin Lee (MAM2020) and Gaia Thorel (MiM2021).
Xiaoya Zhang (Senior Recruitment and Admissions Manager, MiM and GMiM) hosted a panel with some of our student ambassadors, who talked about their student experience: Emilie Manolas (MFA2022), Ruben Kahn (MiM2022), Fehd Marrakchi (MiM2022) and Alina Goh (MiM2022).
Why not also check out these sessions to get first-hand, in-depth information on what to expect from your LBS journey.
Who better to talk about our Early Careers Programmes, than those who have gone through the process? Clementine Bouju (MFA2018), Preston Bloskas (MiM2017) and Kushal Bajpai (MAM2020) share their experiences of both academic and campus life here at LBS.
The Career Centre supports you in your career development during your degree. In this session Christian Dummett, Head of Careers Centre, gives an overview of the services they offer as well as an introduction to how to work with them during your programme.
Overview of the application process, different components of the application and advice on what makes a strong candidate. The session also includes FAQs about the Early Career programmes.
Funding and financing will be one of your key considerations during your decision-making. Lydia Wakefield (Associate Director, External Partnerships and Scholarships), discusses our growing portfolio of scholarships, designed to support exceptional candidates who contribute significantly to the LBS Community.
This brief overview of the Masters in Management and Global MiM highlights key information for your research, including programme requirements, structure and content. You will also hear about the class profile and the broader student experience.
This brief overview of the Masters in Financial Analysis highlights key information for your research, including programme requirements, structure and content. You will also hear about the class profile and the broader student experience.
This brief overview of the Masters in Analytics and Management highlights key information for your research, including programme requirements, structure and content. You will also hear about the class profile and the broader student experience.
Regardless of your background or career path, business education prepares you to become a successful leader, accelerate your career and make an impact on the world. During this series, our Degree Education team, students and alumni will share their insights on how business education can support your ambitions and answer some of the key questions asked by prospective students.
Meet the students behind three of our most integral student-led clubs, driving equality and inclusivity: the Black in Business Club, the Women in Business Club and the Out in Business Club.
In each session, our dedicated Career Centre explains how we support our students and how we can help you reach your professional goals in the following industries: social impact, consulting, technology, retail, luxury and FMCG, healthcare, entrepreneurship and finance.