Careers news

The Independent: 'MBAs and the power of networking' 11/04/13

The Independent: 'MBAs and the power of networking'

Cana Witt, Lancaster's MBA Careers Adviser, is quoted in a feature story on networking in The Independent: "It's about positioning yourself to be at your most interesting and finding people who will be interesting to you."

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Students show their flair at the 2013 Red Rose Business Weekend 26/03/13

Students show their flair at the 2013 Red Rose Business Weekend

Students from across the University came head to head last month at Lancaster University Management School in the annual Red Rose Business Weekend, impressing the judges from IBM and Saatchi & Saatchi with the quality and ingenuity of their ideas.

Students and alumni enjoy networking opportunity in London 13/03/13

Students and alumni enjoy networking opportunity in London

Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) alumni and placement students explored the value of networking at a recent event in London organised by the Management School's Careers, Alumni and Employer Relations team.

LUMS Global Career Development Programme - Focus Asia 06/03/13

LUMS Global Career Development Programme - Focus Asia

Over 100 Asian students from LUMS attended Lancaster University Management School's unique Focus Asia careers event on 23 Februrary. Focus Asia is designed to help Asian students in their exploration of careers opportunities in Asia and the UK.

LUMS partners with Higher School of Economics in Moscow 22/02/13

LUMS partners with Higher School of Economics in Moscow

Moscow-based LUMS alumni met up with applicants to the Management School at an event held in partnership with the Higher School of Economics in Moscow on 9 February 2013.

The Telegraph: 'Students look for jobs 'much earlier' in university career' 25/01/13

The Telegraph: 'Students look for jobs 'much earlier' in university career'

Lancaster features as one of the top universities in a new survey on when students start their job hunting, according to a report in The Telegraph. The article says that Lancaster is also one of the 'top ten universities for getting a job'.

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