Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
The Independent: 'Nursery school leads to better exam results - but only for poorer pupils'
A study by Professor Ian Walker, featured in The Independent, reveals disparities in how nursery education impacts upon children's subsequent GCSE performance, and raises questions as to whether subsidised nursery places should be means-tested.View on The Independent website
IEED wins ESRC award for impact on business
The Institute for Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (IEED) at LUMS has won a national award from the Economic and Social Research Council, in recognition of its outstanding impact on business.
Honorary fellowship for Peter Checkland
Professor Peter Checkland has been awarded an honorary fellowship by Lancaster University in recognition of his distinguished service.
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.
Lancaster ranked in top ten for best student experience
Lancaster University has been ranked 10th in the UK in a survey of the best student experience, ranked by students.
Forbes: 'A Look at the Agency of the Future'
In an article on the Forbes website, Danny Turnbull, MD of advertising agency gyro Manchester, describes the power of a recent Lancaster MBA Consultancy Challenge, in which the students were asked 'What will the agency of the future look like?'View on the Forbes website
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.
The Telegraph: 'How to find a graduate job using social media'
Writing for The Telegraph, LUMS Postgraduate Careers Advisor Ajaz Hussain gives tips on how to use Facebook, LinkedIn and other social media to find the perfect graduate job.View on The Telegraph website
Rise in graduate employment at LUMS
More LUMS graduates than ever before are gaining graduates jobs despite the recession. Latest figures show that 83% of last year's graduates were in graduate employment or postgraduate study, a rise of 5% on the previous year.