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Our global alumni network is made up of over 40,000 LUMS graduates. As part of this exclusive network, you will benefit from a range of services to help your career after your graduate.
You will enjoy access to our alumni resources to help you save money on products and services, as well as a host of events and activities providing the chance to network or catch up with old friends. You can also make a difference to current and future LUMS students by sharing your experiences, donating or promoting LUMS as the place to be. There are many ways to get involved, helping to support our future growth.
Our alumni networks across the world are a great way to connect with like-minded people, reconnect with old friends and find alumni groups. View our networks
We are proud to have so many inspirational alumni who have gone on to achieve significant success since graduating from LUMS. View their stories
LUMS Connect enables you to reconnect with former classmates as well as to use the trusted Lancaster University Management School community to expand your professional network. Join for free, and draw on a vast collection of contacts, vacancy details, resources and mentors to develop your career. You can also engage with activities online and around the world, and become a supporting member of the LUMS community by sharing your knowledge and connections to help future graduates.
Our range of branded merchandise includes personalised alumni t-shirts, specially made Lancaster University jewellery by Eva London and our popular Lancaster University Monopoly. Visit our dedicated memorabilia shop to purchase online.
We also have a collection of three paintings by a local artist, capturing student impressions of the Lancaster University Campus and Lancaster City. Visit the Chas Jacobs website for more details.
LUMS alumni can access a range of free or discounted resources, for continued study and learning, career development and campus services. For more information on any of our services, please get in touch.
LUMS graduates can access more than 1,200 business magazines and journals for free, via EBSCO’s Business Source Alumni Edition. The database contains information in nearly every area of business and full-text sources ranging from general periodicals to trade publications and top management journals such as The Accounting Review, Fortune, Bloomberg Businessweek, Organization Science and the Academy of Management Journal.
Additional resources include country economic reports, industry reports, market research reports, company profiles and more.
Email LUMSalumni@lancaster.ac.uk for access details.
Lancaster graduates can join the library as alumni members, for a discounted annual fee. Membership includes access to printed materials and walk-in access to some electronic resources.
JSTOR contains back issues of thousands of academic journals in a wide variety of disciplines. Issues are available both as images and as text, making searching possible both within each title and across the database. Back issues generally extend back to volume 1 and forward to within the last 3 to 5 years depending on the title.
Access to JSTOR is available via the Lancaster University Alumni website.
SAGE is the world's 5th largest journals publisher. The SAGE portfolio includes more than 900 journals spanning the Humanities, Social Sciences, Science, Technology, and Medicine, and more than 400 are published on behalf of learned societies and institutions.
Access to SAGE journals is available via the Lancaster University Alumni website.
As a Lancaster graduate you can access ongoing support to help you progress and develop your career. Information about the range of careers resources available – including graduate job listings, digital services and careers adviser contact - can be found on the University’s Careers Support for Alumni webpage.
To help negotiate job offers as effectively as possible, LUMS alumni can get free access to this online salary negotiation training course, taught by negotiation professors from London Business School and INSEAD and career coaches like Daniel Porot. The core course lasts one hour and is being used to teach salary negotiation skills to MBA students at business schools in the UK, Europe and Asia.
This offer has a limited number of places. To register, email LUMSalumni@lancaster.ac.uk.
A reduction in tuition fees to all taught Masters programmes is available for eligible applicants, determined by the level of undergraduate award achieved. The value of the scholarship is as follows:
The scholarship is open to all Lancaster University alumni, regardless of nationality or graduation year. Find out more about this and other postgraduate scholarships and bursaries.
Lancaster University Guest Rooms are ideal for short term bed and breakfast stays. Reduced rates are available for alumni wishing to stay at the Lancaster House Hotel.
As a graduate you can enjoy a 15% discount on Sports Centre membership.
There are many ways that you can get involved in giving back to LUMS, and make a real difference. From supporting our growth to sharing your expertise, mentoring current students or donating to our projects, there are lots of opportunities to get involved.
Spread the word and promote LUMS via your networks
Organise a reunion, or engage with fellow members of our networks.
Be a guest speaker at one of our events, and share your expertise.
Become a career mentor to a current student, helping them achieve their ambitions.
Donate to a range of projects in support of the Management School
Our Dean's Council includes Lancaster alumni, and advises on LUMS strategy.
MSc Management graduate Alice-Marie Oxer made the finals in the CMI HE Awards Student of Year competition.
LUMS alumnus (BSc Business Studies, 2009) and Google representative Phil Boylan came back to LUMS to share his insights with current students in a recent talk.
Richard Clegg has gone from being a nuclear research scientist to Chief Executive of the UK’s largest engineering charity - all without ever applying formally for a job.How’s it done? Having micro-ambition helps, says Richard.
A LUMS event brought together 58 alumni and applicants for an evening in Taipei last month.
Lancaster University has celebrated the achievements of hundreds of postgraduates in the winter Graduation Ceremonies this week.
LUMS alumna and former French Minister of Culture and Communication Audrey Azoulay is the new Director-General of UNESCO.
Discover some of our upcoming alumni events below. For our full list, please visit the main alumni events page.
Saturday 17 March 2018, 12:00pm to 2:00pm
Wednesday 21 March 2018, 10:45am to 11:10am
Wednesday 21 March 2018, 11:00am to 3:00pm
Wednesday 21 March 2018, 1:30pm to 1:55pm
Thursday 22 March 2018, 5:30pm to 9:30pm
Friday 23 March 2018, 10:30am to 3:30pm