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A top 10 UK university. A global community

Located on a beautiful parkland campus, Lancaster is the perfect place for learning. It is a thriving community of international students, staff and alumni - a truly global university.

From Hong Kong to the UK

A thriving community of international students, staff, alumni and partners sit at the centre of Lancaster - we love to celebrate cultures and share experiences with each other. We are a truly global university with collaborations around the world and teaching partnerships in China, Germany, Ghana and Malaysia.  

We offer a variety of programmes at foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

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From Player To Page 2021

We are delighted to be an official partner of From Player To Page, an inspiring writing competition for Hong Kong secondary school students.

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Sally Robinson, Regional Manger for South East Asia


Sophia Au

Realising Sophia's ambitions

Sophia Au is a Wealth Management Director at FTLife, one of the largest life insurance companies in Hong Kong and is the presenter/host of the bilingual business podcast Step Into Abundance 360. Sophia studied a degree in Marketing at Lancaster and was a member of Pendle College.

"Being at Lancaster means that you have lots of opportunities open to you, both as part of your studies and outside of your academic career.

"I worked for a manufacturing company in third year, helping to conduct market research and gathering positive feedback on their new product launch. This was a great experience of working in western culture, which is so different from Asian culture, and learned about the core values of professionalism and work-life balance.

"Lancaster supported my career ambitions as it helped me step out of my comfort zone and be adventurous. I am delighted to have received a Distinguished Toastmasters (DTM) award, the highest recognition of Toastmaster International which is a world leading organisation for professional public speakers.

"I look back fondly on my time at Lancaster and continue to engage with the University as an alumna. It feels like home even after graduating; it’s a community for life."