Latest news from Lancaster University Management School

Sam Packwood awarded inaugural PwC Assaf Lennon Memorial Essay Prize 13/12/16

Sam Packwood awarded inaugural PwC Assaf Lennon Memorial Essay Prize

A second year BBA student has become the inaugural winner of the PwC Assaf Lennon Memorial Essay Prize.

The Fight for Beauty: The Professor Sir Roland Smith CEO Lecture 2016 13/12/16
Lancaster University Management School ranked 11th in the UK 12/12/16

Lancaster University Management School ranked 11th in the UK

The latest Financial Times business school rankings have placed LUMS 11th in the UK and 48th in Europe. 

View the 2016 rankings on the Financial Times website
The Work Foundation launches Commission on Good Work 08/12/16

The Work Foundation launches Commission on Good Work

The Work Foundation, part of Lancaster University, has launched a brand new “Commission on Good Work”.

MBA graduate finds the recipe for success 05/12/16

MBA graduate finds the recipe for success

Nauman Mirza, founder of EatOye!, talks about his venture, its acquisition by Foodpanda and how the MBA helped him.

Can an entrepreneurial spirit be taught or is it innate? 29/11/16

Can an entrepreneurial spirit be taught or is it innate?

Nigel Lockett discusses the importance of experience in the creation of an entrepreneur.

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LUMS Professor receives Michael R. Losey award 21/11/16

LUMS Professor receives Michael R. Losey award

Professor Paul Sparrow, Emeritus Professor of International HRM, has received this lifetime achievement award for his research on HR strategy and international HRM.

LUMS graduate now runs the coolest government start-up in the world 15/11/16

LUMS graduate now runs the coolest government start-up in the world

Kaspar Korjus is leading the way with his innovative virtual residency project in Estonia.

View the full article on the Financial Times website
Lancaster University helps Lancashire careers consultancy make Far East break-through 14/11/16

Lancaster University helps Lancashire careers consultancy make Far East break-through

Lancaster University has helped a Lancashire careers consultancy launch a new service tailored for the huge Chinese market.