Today, many consider London to be the European home of the MBA. However, it wasn’t until 1965 that London Business School first offered an MBA in London.
However, now home to such well regarded London MBA providing institutions as London Business School, Imperial College Business School, and Cass Business School, the city also boasts good connections throughout the UK. In fact, Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, Cranfield School of Management, Cambridge University’s Judge Business School, and many other UK-based business schools are within a short train ride of the European business capital, London.
Add to this the London’s enviable historical links throughout Europe, and to a certain extent the world, and it’s easy to understand why studying an MBA in London can hold such a huge appeal to business school applicants.