Entrepreneurship alumni profiles

Find out what our entrepreneurship graduates thought of their time at LUMS, and how their study has helped them in their careers.

Programme

Country

Year

Type

Kathryn Brooke

BA Management & Entrepreneurship, 2014

After graduation, Kathryn got a job in a micro business she had worked in during her placement year.

Raja Sikandar

BA Management & Entrepreneurship, 2014

After completing his BA in Management & Entrepreneurship, Raja was accepted onto the MSc International Innovation at LUMS.

Stefy Yang

BA Management and Entrepreneurship, 2013

Stefy chose to study abroad in the Netherlands during the second year of her degree.

Paul Hodges

BA Management and Entrepreneurship, 2011

On graduating, Paul set up his own business, The Grand Old Duke of Pork.

Santiago Leyva-Botero

PhD in Management, 2010

After five years in financial services in Colombia, Santiago took the MRes in ITMOC before starting his PhD.

Emma Fulton

BA Management and Entrepreneurship, 2009

Emma spent her placement year in Nice, working for Amadeus, and joined Deloitte after graduating.

Allan Discua-Cruz

PhD in Management, 2009

Allan's doctoral studies focused on family businesses and entrepreneurship. He is now a lecturer at LUMS.

Tim Hudson

BA Management and Entrepreneurship, 2009

Tim sourced his own placement, with a management consultancy co-founded by Olympic gold medallist Adrian Moorhouse.

Becky Oliver

BA Management and Entrepreneurship, 2008

Becky spent her placement year helping small business owners to improve their marketing capability.

James Westbrook

BA Management and Entrepreneurship, 2008

James completed a placement year as part of his degree. He then joined Deloitte, and trained for his ACA qualification.

Carl Haagensen

BA Management and Entrepreneurship, 2008

Carl reflects on the experience of his placement year in a Newcastle estate agency.

Tom Gilbert

BA Management and Entrepreneurship, 2005

Tom is now training as chartered accountant with KPMG.