Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
Prizes awarded to MBA and EMBA graduates
A number of Lancaster MBA graduates received special awards this week, in recognition of their achievements and hard work.
PwC Assaf Lennon Memorial Lecture: The effect of megatrends on the future of work
Shifts in global economic power, rapid urbanisation, climate change, resource scarcity and technological breakthroughs, will have a profound impact on your work prospects in the coming years, students at Lancaster University Management School were told last week.
Mary Robinson: climate change ‘very likely’ to increase radicalisation
The Pentland Centre's Gail Whiteman is one of a team of experts who put their questions to UN special envoy and former Irish president Mary Robinson about the 2015 Paris climate negotiations.
Message to LUMS students
Important information for all LUMS students on coursework deadlines and rescheduling classes.
Lancaster in the world top 80 for graduate employability
Lancaster has featured in a list of the top universities in the world for graduate employability.
Lancaster at COP21
Tomorrow, eight of our undergraduate students leave for COP21, the UN Conference on Climate Change in Paris.
Scholarships of £1,000 for UK students studying abroad
Management School undergraduates thinking about studying abroad next year could receive a financial award to help them.
Lancaster researchers at climate change talks in Paris
Professor Gail Whiteman is among the Lancaster researchers attending the 2015 United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP21) in Paris.