Lancaster Masters in Management rated among best in UK for students achieving career aims

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Lancaster University Management School’s Masters in Management (MiM) course has been ranked among the best in the UK.

The LUMS MiM is rated the 11th best among nationally by the Financial Times, with top-10 UK rankings for the course’s careers service and for alumni achieving their career aims.

Overall, LUMS stands joint-79th globally in the FT rankings for its MiM course, with 86 per cent of former students saying they have achieved their career aims after completing the course – ranking Lancaster joint-second in the UK on that measure.

Dr Radka Newton, Director of the MiM course in LUMS, said: “We are delighted to see that so many of our course alumni report that they have achieved their career aims after completing the Masters in Management at Lancaster, and that the careers service we offer them to help them move on to the next stage in their working lives is so highly regarded.”

Lancaster University Management School Dean, Professor Angus Laing, said: “These rankings demonstrate both the high-calibre teaching staff who work on the Masters in Management course and the achievements of those students who choose to come to Lancaster to benefit their careers and future prospects.

“This programme helps to put our talented students from around the world on the path to becoming successful and high-achieving managers in their fields.”

Lancaster University Management School is quadruple accredited by the AACSB, EQUIS, the Association of MBAs (AMBA) and the Small Business Charter. The Masters in Management course is also accredited by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and the AMBA.

Lancaster University is the Times and Sunday Times International University of the Year 2020, and is in the top 10 in all major national league tables. The University also holds a TEF Gold award for outstanding teaching, an outstanding learning environment and delivering excellent employment outcomes for its students. This is the highest possible rating a university can achieve.

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