LUMS in the news: recent media coverage

The leading lights of business education 29/01/16

The leading lights of business education

LUMS Dean Angus Laing is profiled by the Financial Times in a piece on Deans whose business schools top the FT rankings.

View the article on the Financial Times website
Is charisma the key success? 29/01/16

Is charisma the key success?

What are the qualities people look for in a leader? Could charisma be top of the list? Steve Kempster explores the issue. 

View the article on the Changeboard website
Professor Ian Walker on BBC Radio 4 26/01/16

Professor Ian Walker on BBC Radio 4

As the search continues for the winner of the recent National Lottery jackpot, Professor Ian Walker explains what happens next. 

Listen on the BBC Radio 4 website (from 40:50)
World-Class MBA programme 26/01/16

World-Class MBA programme

Loo Hoey Theen, a student on the dual award Executive MBA at Sunway University which enables graduates to gain the Lancaster EMBA qualification at the same time, talks about why she chose the course.

View the article in The Sun Daily e-paper (p19)
How smaller universities can punch above their weight 25/01/16

How smaller universities can punch above their weight

Lancaster Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research Stephen Decent discusses how some disciplines at Lancaster, including the Management School, outperformed larger universities in the research excellence framework. 

View the article on the Times Higher Education website
Professor Ian Walker talks about the National Lottery 25/01/16

Professor Ian Walker talks about the National Lottery

LUMS economist Ian Walker is interviewed on BBC Radio Hereford and Worcester after a winning lottery ticket is believed to have been bought there. 

Listen on the BBC Hereford and Worcester website (at around 2.39.00)