This academic year, a number of London Business School (LBS) students and alumni have been profiled by media outlets specialising in providing information to people interested in pursuing a business degree education. Both Poets & Quants and Clear Admit have run stories this year about students and graduates who have taken an LBS Masters in Business Administration (MBA), hoping to inspire the next generation of bright minds to consider a world-class business education.
The latest of these is the Clear Admit profile of Tobi Ogunsanya, LBS MBA ’22, now a consultant at Bain & Company. Tobi writes about how he chose LBS for the international nature of its student base, London’s burgeoning tech scene and the flexibility afforded by the two-year programme. Tobi – a quadruplet with a twin brother and twin sisters, one of whom will be finishing her own LBS MBA this summer – believes that “The MBA is what you make of it and is your experience to own”.
Clear Admit has profiled a number of LBS graduates as part of its ‘Real Humans: Graduates’ series in recent months. Harriet Scriven, Nicole Jizhar and Pamela Flores Monico have all shared their experiences of the LBS MBA with Clear Admit readers. This follows the publication in October 2022, of Clear Admit’s ‘Real Humans of the London Business School MBA Class of 2024’ story.
Similarly, Poets & Quants also ran its ‘Meet London Business School’s MBA Class of 2024’ story in October 2022, showcasing just a small cross-section of the 509 talented students and 74 different nationalities taking an MBA with LBS this academic year. What is more, P&Q has featured a series of columns this year by student columnist and Forte Foundation and BK Birla scholar Jemima Maunder-Taylor, whose most recent column covers her Global Experience trip to Ghana, where she was “blown away” by the stories she found and the people she met. To echo the words of Tobi once more “The MBA is what you make of it and is your experience to own”.