Admissions Q&A: London Business School

The school's admissions director talks about getting in, and discusses how the financial crisis is affecting career advising

Business school admissions committees tend to ask about charity work and what you've accomplished in the past, says David Simpson, associate director of MBA marketing and admissions at London Business School. But he adds that the LBS admissions committee is more interested in what you are going to do in the future. The school, Simpson says, asks more direct questions such as, "How will you get involved in student clubs on campus?"

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