A dynamic MBA for tomorrow’s tech pioneers

We can see the impact of digital technology all around us. It has revolutionised how people communicate, how value is created, and where people live. Today’s business leaders must keep pace with the exponential change happening in the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) arena to be able to compete in any sector.

London is Europe’s fastest growing centre of technology and provides 27% of all job growth in the capital. More than 250,000 people are now employed in London’s technology/digital sector, making the city a world-player in technology driven innovation and value-add. 

LBS sees TMT companies at the forefront of change in global society. Our links to the industry through our faculty, Career Centre, student clubs and alumni network give you the resources and opportunities to become a leader in the digital world.

Technology at LBS


Learn outside the classroom and experience London's thriving tech and start-up sectors

Analyse the unique the commercial and technical challenges facing global tech businesses within the fintech market, or examine start-ups with proprietary big data analytics technology.  Test and hone your skills while getting to know one of the leading firms of London's Silicon Roundabout.

Recent partners include Amazon, PayPal and Blueyonder

Find out more about our LondonCAP module


Customise your MBA

New Technology Ventures
Explore how entrepreneurs analyse the feasibility of innovative technical ideas and how they take them to market. You’ll become acquainted with leading technologies from a variety of sectors.

Social Media and Internet Marketing
Examine the process of developing, implementing, and analysing strategies for successfully marketing several existing and potential products and services using electronic media.

Find out more about our full range of electives

Global Business Experiences

Gain valuable insights into thriving sectors outside of London through our Global Business Experiences.

Apply the frameworks you have studied to real-world business situations while learning about one of the world's leading tech and entrepreneurship ecosystems.

Tel Aviv - Contextualising the Drivers of Innovation
£1.3bn was invested in 650 Israeli start-ups in 2013. That’s more than all the European technology companies combined. Why? On this visit, we’ll explore environments that encourage innovation, look at how start-ups generate revenue, discuss how future innovations might disrupt current business models and much more. 

Find out more about our range of GBEs

Careers in the industry

Where will your MBA take you?

Our Career Centre is here to make your ambitions a reality. Our sector managers help you market yourself to the industry, from leading global recruiters to fast growth companies, and work with you to make the most of your new network.
Career Stats 
22% TMT MBA2015 permanent hires
31% TMT MBA2016 summer interns

Read our latest Employment Report

Student activities

Tech and Media Club
Our Tech and Media Club establishes LBS students in the global technology community. Take part in events such as the Annual Summit, the Speaker Series and treks to the big hitters in the tech world. Recent treks include:
Silicon Valley: Airbnb, Box, Dropbox, Facebook, Google, Intel Capital, Kleiner Perkins, LinkedIn, Medallia, Nest, Stripe, Tesla Motors, and Twitter
Berlin: Axel Springer Plug&Play Accelerator, Earlybird, Point Nine Capital, Rheingau Ventures, Rocket Internet, and Soundcloud
• Other technology treks include visits to Dublin, New York, Singapore and Tel Aviv.

Hackathon brings together LBS’s diverse community to solve issues impacting tomorrows technological challenges across sectors; an annual three-day event where gurus get involved in product creation madness. Previous Hackathons have built on the momentum of the fintech movement in London by combining the financial masterminds of LBS with the City’s top technical talent to create next-gen fintech solutions.

Find out more about our student events

NewCo London
The Career Centre and student clubs orgasnised a one day event with leading companies across the technology and innovation space opening their doors to the public to let them hear inspirational stories from founders and executives on the companies transforming tomorrows world . In 2016 44 companies including Balderton Capital, Seenit, Pavegen, SAM Labs, and Campus London opened their doors to the public. Watch this video to find out more.


Find out why Medalia recruits from London Business School.

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