At the end of each term I look at the data we collect through student activities.

Below, I’ve put together five quick summaries of some different ways of looking at club activities in the Autumn term.

Which clubs do you think are the best?

 

Top five clubs, by number of registrations to events:

Club RSVPs
Private Equity & Venture Capital 2001
Finance 1459
Industry 1270
Investment Management 1265
Consulting 1085

 

Top five clubs, with the highest % of alumni and executive students:

Club % of ‘exec’ RSVPs
Volleyball 44%
Sailing 40%
Poker 33%
Entrepreneurship 31%
Real Estate 31%

One of the advantages of LBS is the diversity of programmes. This table shows the % of registrations from alumni and our senior career students that are also often studying part-time: Sloan, EMBAs, MiF PT and Executive Education programmes.

Simply put, if you’re an MBA and want to connect with the members of our community who are most likely to be able to help find you a job, it may be time to start learning volleyball…

 

Top five clubs, with the highest ratings for networking:

Clubs Networking rating
Military in Business 4.8
Women in Business 4.5
Energy 4.4
Healthcare 4.4
Finance 4.3

We asked students to rate whether the Professional Interest Clubs had helped them ‘connect with people and businesses relevant to their future career’.

5 = Strongly agree; 3 = neither agree/disagree; 1 = Strongly disagree

 

Top five clubs, with the highest ratings for learning:

Clubs Rating for learning
Military in Business 4.4
Finance 4.4
Energy 4.3
Industry 4.3
Net Impact 4.3

We asked students to rate whether the Professional Interest Clubs had helped them ‘gain knowledge and/or skills relevant to their future career’.

5 = Strongly agree; 3 = neither agree/disagree; 1 = Strongly disagree

 

Top five clubs, which send emails their members actually read:

Clubs % emails opened
Women’s Touch Rugby 71
Nordic 70
Women’s Football 67
Military in Business 66
Snow 59

 

A big thank you to all our club leaders and officers who make LBS such a vibrant community! If you want to find out more about any of the clubs, have a look at: clubs.london.edu/groups

 

Jon Conradi
Senior Student Activities Manager
Degree Programmes Office

 

One Response to “The biggest and best clubs: Five top fives”

  1. avatar Dominic says:

    What are these statistics for?