Latest news from Lancaster University Management School

MSc Finance ranked 35th in latest Financial Times world ranking 26/06/14

MSc Finance ranked 35th in latest Financial Times world ranking

Lancaster's popular MSc Finance has been ranked 35th in the world, and in the top 10 in the UK, in the FT’s Masters in Finance Pre-Experience 2014 ranking.

Focus Africa creates new career networks 19/06/14

Focus Africa creates new career networks

More than 200 students from universities across the UK met with employers from Africa in a unique careers fair organised by a team of Lancaster Masters students.

The Economist: 'MBA Diary - On Reflection' 19/06/14

The Economist: 'MBA Diary - On Reflection'

IMPM participant Damiano Baj on how the IMPM's focus on reflection is already reshaping his practice as a manager.

Read on The Economist website
The skills mismatch 19/06/14

The skills mismatch

Geraint Johnes says that government, business and education must do more to make the matching of workers to jobs as efficient as possible.

Read on the Policy Network website
Lancaster MBA team reaches China UK Challenge finals 18/06/14

Lancaster MBA team reaches China UK Challenge finals

A team of Lancaster MBA students have made it through to the finals of this year’s China UK Entrepreneurship Challenge.

Unemployment is bad for your health 17/06/14

Unemployment is bad for your health

A new report from Lancaster University's Work Foundation shows how men suffer a double whammy from joblessness. Services are failing to address serious health problems that are aggravated by unemployment, hampering mens' chances of finding and retaining a job.

Professor Cary Cooper awarded knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 16/06/14

Professor Cary Cooper awarded knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours

Cary Cooper, Distinguished Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health at LUMS, has been knighted for his services to social science.

Explosive London housing bubble will spread to the rest of the UK 12/06/14

Explosive London housing bubble will spread to the rest of the UK

Escalating house prices are no longer just a London quirk – research by a team of LUMS economists supports the view that the housing market is the biggest issue for the UK economy. 

Leading family businesses to help direct impactful academic research 11/06/14

Leading family businesses to help direct impactful academic research

Leading figures from the business world are to help direct academic thinking on family businesses, such a vital part of the UK economy.