Latest news from Lancaster University Management School

Lancaster University Management School announces new Dean 08/05/15

Lancaster University Management School announces new Dean

Lancaster University is delighted to announce that Professor Angus Laing has been appointed Dean of Lancaster University Management School.

Student consultancy gives charities a helping hand 06/05/15

Student consultancy gives charities a helping hand

Community groups and charities in the Lancaster area are getting a welcome boost to their work, thanks to a series of consultancy projects involving MSc Project Management students.

Entrepreneurial alumni share their Start Up Stories 05/05/15

Entrepreneurial alumni share their Start Up Stories

LUMS alumni have been among those sharing their wealth of experience with current students as part of the University's Start Up Stories events. 

LUMS gains top ten rankings 01/05/15

LUMS gains top ten rankings

Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) has achieved top ten rankings in three subject areas in The Complete University Guide for 2016.

Lancaster rated highly in student experience survey 20/04/15

Lancaster rated highly in student experience survey

Lancaster University has been ranked 15th out of 113 institutions in a nationwide survey of students.

Re-thinking the marketing approach to body image could benefit the bottom line 20/04/15

Re-thinking the marketing approach to body image could benefit the bottom line

In an opinion piece for Marketing Magazine, Caroline Gatrell discusses body image in advertising and its possible effects on self-image.

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London focus for MBA Corporate Challenge 15/04/15

London focus for MBA Corporate Challenge

This summer Lancaster MBA students will be based in London for their six-week company-based Corporate Challenge.

China-UK Entrepreneurship Challenge now open 01/04/15

China-UK Entrepreneurship Challenge now open

The China-UK Entrepreneurship Challenge aims to encourage new business ventures between China and the UK. The competition – with £13,000 in cash prizes – is open to teams of students from universities in the UK and China.

Lancaster launches programme tailored to support family businesses 30/03/15

Lancaster launches programme tailored to support family businesses

Lancaster University Management School is preparing to launch a new programme tailored to help support the family business sector.