Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Lord Heseltine to visit Lancaster for growth hub programme showcase
Former Conservative Deputy Prime Minister Lord Heseltine will speak on the importance of local growth hubs at a special showcase event at Lancaster University Management School.
Supporting trade businesses through the Growth Hub Network
Delegates from across the country attended the recent Lancaster University led workshop on Export and Trade in Tees Valley.
Speed networking adds fun to job hunt
16 employers and current LUMS students participated in an engaging speed networking event on 28th October, organised by LUMS Careers team.
MSc Management student project benefits north west travel agency
A north west online travel agent has received a boost thanks to students from Lancaster University Management School.
Visit of Professor Eileen Fischer, co-editor of the Journal of Consumer Research
The Marketing faculty at Lancaster University Management School recently had the privilege of welcoming Eileen Fischer, Professor of Marketing and Chair in Entrepreneurship at Schulich School of Business, to the Marketing Department as part of the LUMS visiting scholar scheme.
New Study Abroad undergraduate scholarships
Undergraduate students studying abroad in 2015/16 will be able to benefit from a new Study Abroad scholarship initiative, launched by Lancaster University Management School's international office.
New Health at Work Policy Unit launched by Lancaster University’s Work Foundation
A new policy unit says the Government must reassess its strategy to achieve real improvements in health and wellbeing in the workplace.
Supporting manufacturing businesses through the Growth Hub Network
50 delegates from the Wave 2 Growth Hubs programme attended a Lancaster University-led workshop at Coventry Chambers of Commerce recently.
Success story of a local IT networking company run by three Lancaster graduates
Paul Astle from The Networking People (TNP) told us about how a friendship formed while studying at Lancaster University led three graduates to enter into business together, seizing the opportunity presented by a gap in the market.