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BusinessBecause: 'Best MBA Trips of 2012!' 21/12/12

BusinessBecause: 'Best MBA Trips of 2012!'

The BusinessBecause website discusses international study options on MBA programmes, and highlights the Lancaster MBA, with its International Business in Context module in China and the Czech Republic.

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Industry Insights - Negotiations in Aeronautics 20/12/12

Industry Insights - Negotiations in Aeronautics

Trevor Esling joined the list of Industry Insight speakers on Wednesday, 28th November, when he was welcomed back to the university by the MBA class.

Industry Insights  - Leading the team, people management, experience and insights 15/12/12

Industry Insights - Leading the team, people management, experience and insights

James Ryan provided Lancaster MBA students with an Industry Insight talk on ‘Leading the team. People management, experience and insights’ on Wednesday, 14th November.

BusinessBecause: 'Top Business Schools For Entrepreneurs' 05/12/12

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.

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Business strategy textbook achieves one million sales 04/12/12

Business strategy textbook achieves one million sales

When Gerry Johnson (Lancaster University Management School) and Kevan Scholes (Sheffield Business School) wrote the first edition of Exploring Corporate Strategy in 1984 no one anticipated that it would quickly become the top-selling Business Strategy textbook in Europe.

The Guardian: 'Work experience is just the job in MBAs' 04/12/12

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.

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