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Daily Mail: 'What we do is huge fun, but it's life-changing too' 17/06/13

Daily Mail: 'What we do is huge fun, but it's life-changing too'

Nicky Goulder, a 1991 Management Sciences (Marketing) graduate, is profiled in the Daily Mail after winning the YOU/Clarins 'Most Dynamisante Woman of the Year' award, which recognises the action and commitment of inspirational British women who work tirelessly to help underprivileged or sick children across the globe.

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Lancaster ranked top for Marketing 03/05/13

Lancaster ranked top for Marketing

Lancaster University has been ranked the top UK university for marketing in the 2014 Complete University Guide, published 29 April.

Formatting exchanges, shaping markets 30/04/13

Formatting exchanges, shaping markets

Professor Luis Araujo of the Department of Marketing gave the keynote address at a research seminar at the University of Oulu in Finland on 24 April 2013.

Teenagers find ways to have a ball 25/04/13

Teenagers find ways to have a ball

Financial disadvantage does not necessarily prevent pupils from taking part in American-style high school proms, according to research carried out by the Universities of Bath, Lancaster and Stirling.

Marketing Week: 'Rule No 1: No medium rules over another' 13/02/13

Marketing Week: 'Rule No 1: No medium rules over another'

In his regular column in Marketing Week, acclaimed marketer Mark Ritson talks about his experience studying marketing at Lancaster in the '80s: 'Lancaster's marketing degree had been founded in 1965 and by the time I got there it was a mass of specialist academics and applied lectures the like of which you would otherwise only have encountered in the US.'

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LUMS researchers examine the potential for self-driving cars in the UK 04/12/12

LUMS researchers examine the potential for self-driving cars in the UK

Researchers from Lancaster University Management School have explored what it would take for driverless vehicles to become commonplace on UK roads.