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A vibrant event was held on Saturday 2nd February in Accra to celebrate the graduation of our second cohort of the Executive MBA at Lancaster University Ghana.
We are pleased to announce that the Lancaster MBA has been ranked 3rd in the UK for Corporate Social Responsibility in the latest Financial Times MBA rankings 2019. We have also retained our position in the top 100 for the 15th consecutive year, and have been rated as 1st in the world for Corporate Strategy for the third year running.
Universities are people businesses, run by people for people. Their outputs and results are dependent on the positive day-to-day experiences and motivation of students and staff. But this idea is often at odds with more traditional ideas of authority, the role of universities in enforcing academic standards and assessment. In a fiercely competitive global environment the sector needs to make student experience even more of a priority, says Radka Newton.
The winners of the PwC Assaf Lennon Memorial Essay Prize were announced at the Essay Competition and PwC Assaf Lennon Memorial Lecture earlier this month, to honour the memory of the late Assaf Lennon, a senior management consultant and long-time friend and contributor to the University.
A tech entrepreneur who graduated from Lancaster University Management School has grown his cryptocurrency business to £840,000 turnover in its first year of trading after setting up with just £1,000 of savings.
More than 200 business leaders from across Lancashire came to Lancaster University to hear Andy Rubin, Chair of Pentland Brands Ltd talk about building brands in a VUCA world, on Wednesday 21st November.
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This afternoon’s #Innovation Development session - reviewing what traits established organisations have for creating a #cultureofinnovation
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