Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Gas will replace oil in the UK – with or without fracking
Fracking might be unpopular with the public and many politicians but gas is still a good bet, says Mark Shackleton, writing in The Conversation.
Lancaster in the top 50 most international universities in the world
Lancaster University has been ranked in the top 50 of the world’s most international universities by Times Higher Education (THE).
Sci-fi becomes reality with the rise of ‘smart drugs’ at work
Writing in The Conversation, Karen Dale and Brian Bloomfield say that increased use of "smart drugs" risks creating a new norm in workplace culture.
Surge in demand for a Lancaster degree
The number of students applying to study at Lancaster University has soared this year, with numbers well above the national average.
Entrepreneurship students succeed at international business competition
A team of Entrepreneurship Masters students has excelled at a leading international business competition focusing on family business.
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.