of the highest rankers in the international global MBA charts is LSEs
Masters in Management with the Financial Times ranking LSE MBA no1
in UK. The Trium Global Executive MBA is ranked No 2 worldwide, and
is a dream destination for MBA students. The Department of
Management at LSE was established in 2006, but has gained repute for
the sheer sophistication of its MBA program. There are numerous
business internships and scholarship options available.
The famed LSE edge in Social Sciences lends a distinctive touch to
the MBA degree from the Trium School of Management. The MBA is a
twenty-one month program, which does not stress on work experience
requirements but does emphasize on the academic and scholastic
accomplishments in the admission criteria for its students.
The GMAT is a requirement and it goes without saying that the GMAT
scores tend to be on the higher side for the students who are
offered admit. The admissions are on a rolling basis, but the
students are encouraged to apply before August 31st if they are
hopeful of an invitation to attend classes.
Candidates are considered on a rolling admissions basis. We accept
and review applications throughout the year and provide candidates
with decisions usually within one month of application submission.
You can apply as early as July 1 for the following September's
class. Qualified applicants may be offered a position in the
upcoming year's class as early as December.
Essay 1 (Essay should be approximately 1,000 words)
Discuss your professional objectives, both long- and short-term,
and indicate how your past experiences have contributed to the
definition of those objectives. Why do you feel the TRIUM Global
Executive MBA Program is important to your career? How do you see
yourself fitting into a global environment?
Essay 2 (Essay should be approximately 1,000 words)
Describe what you define as "leadership," then give
examples of how you exhibit this quality in your life.
Essay 3 (Essay should be approximately 1,000 words)
Succeeding in the TRIUM Global EMBA Program requires working with a
diverse group of people. How have you demonstrated an ability to
work in the midst of diversity?
Essay 4 (Essay should be approximately 1,000 words)
What achievement are you most proud of (e.g., professional life,
sport, studies, etc.)?
Essay 5 (Essay should be approximately 1,000 words)
Describe a failure you have experienced and comment on it.
Essay 6 (Optional)
Is there anything else you would like to add that would help the
Admissions Committee with their decision?