BusinessBecause: 'Top Business Schools For Entrepreneurs'
The BusinessBecause website lists Lancaster University Management School as one of its top three business schools for entrepreneurs - alongside Stanford in the USA and IE Business School in Spain.View on the BusinessBecause website
The Guardian: 'Work experience is just the job in MBAs'
Director of the Lancaster Full-time MBA, Chris Saunders, is quoted in a Guardian story about the importance of practical learning on MBA programmes. "You can't learn to swim by waving your arms around in a damp room. You can't create a sculpture without the chisel touching the stone. We can teach the theory but students only really learn from putting it into practice in the real world," he says.View on The Guardian website
LUMS wins 'Business School of the Year' award
Lancaster University Management School has won the Times Higher Education Business School of the Year award.
Adapting for the future - growth and inequality in economics
On the afternoon of 7 November an open discussion was held in Lancaster University Management School with the title of ‘Economics – Adapting for the Future – an afternoon of dialogue on the themes of Growth and Inequality in Economics’.
Santander Universities scholarships
Several students from Lancaster University Management School have benefited from the first tranche of scholarships, worth around £45,000, provided by Santander through its Santander Universities Global Division.
MBA Universe: 'Top European B-schools ahead in globalization game'
MBA Universe discusses the internationalisation of business schools, suggesting that Indian schools lag far behind their European counterparts, like Lancaster: "Top European business schools have more than 90 per cent of their students coming from overseas. In Lancaster University Management School, UK, 98 per cent of the students come from other countries."View on the MBA Universe website