Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Financial Times ranks Lancaster MBA 1st in world for corporate strategy
In the latest Financial Times World MBA Ranking, published 26 January, the Lancaster MBA is ranked first in the world for the teaching of corporate strategy.
LUMS shortlisted in the NUE Awards 2015
LUMS Careers, Alumni and Employer Relations team and one of our placement students have been nominated in the National Undergraduate Employability Awards (NUE), which celebrate excellence in the UK undergraduate recruitment market for employers, universities and students.
End-of-year alumni celebrations in Tokyo
On 20th December 2014, LUMS alumni in Japan got together for a year-end party in Shinagawa, Tokyo. Some of the attendees had travelled to the event from other cities and for most people it was the first time they had met each other.
Branding the BBC
Advertising and Marketing graduate Jane Lingham is the BBC's Director of Brand. In this feature Jane reflects on her Lancaster experience, and how it set her up for her marketing career.
Alastair Campbell: winners and how they succeed
Alastair Campbell, director of communications and strategy for the Blair government from 1994 – 2003, will be giving a guest lecture in LUMS on 13 March, revealing the behaviours and mind-sets common to top politicians, sportsmen and entrepreneurs.
Management School invests over £1.5m in scholarships
Over 250 overseas students were awarded scholarships for postgraduate study at Lancaster University Management School this year.
Now drugs boost performance in the boardroom
The Sunday Times features research by Dr Karen Dale that finds that drugs designed to treat conditions such as narcolepsy and attention deficit disorder could be useful for executives seeking an extra edge at work.View article on the Sunday Times website
MBAs network in central London
Lancaster MBAs travel to London frequently to experience the busy heartland of business in the UK.