Latest news from Lancaster University Management School
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.
CEOs need to protect their bonuses after Wolfson's altruism
Steve Young makes the case for why CEOs giving their bonuses to their staff is the wrong way to fix the remuneration problem.View on the Management Today website
'Called or collared?' Sacrifices of the Anglican priesthood
The first ever study of the lives of Church of England clergy has revealed the personal costs of committing yourself to God.
Enactus Lancaster wins 'Most Improved Team' award at national competition
Six students from LUMS represented Enactus Lancaster at the Enactus UK National Competiton on 17 and 18 April in Canary Wharf, taking home awards for Most Improved Team, a grant from Wilkinsons for fostering entrepreneurship within their projects, and an individual member's Outstanding Contribution award (Oli Monks).
The Lancaster MBA - India and East Asia Tour
Over the past two months The Lancaster MBA has hosted alumni dinners in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Taipei and Tokyo.
China UK Entrepreneurship Competition - entry now open!
Do you have an idea for a business venture involving the UK and China? Fancy a share of 12,000 pounds in cash prizes? The China UK Entrepreneurship Challenge 2013 is now open for entry!