The Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) has been around since 1964 and currently offers degrees that range from those at the undergraduate level to as advanced as doctorates. Business professionals that pursue opportunities to take part in executive education programs also join the student population that’s estimated at 3,500 people.
In the more than 50 years that LUMS has served as an educational outlet, more than 35,000 individuals have become part of the school’s alumni base. Current students, who come from an estimated 150 different countries, have the chance to listen to over 100 research presentations from instructors.
Given the international focus the school provides, expanding its brand in selected areas has meant that additional LUMS campuses can be found in the countries of Malaysia, Ghana and India. In addition, a student exchange program allows for study in a variety of countries around the world.
Students also have access to 10 different research centers on the main campus, each of which focuses on an aspect related to business. These include such topics and productivity, logistics and leadership concerns.