Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) in Lancaster, England, is the business school of Lancaster University. The School was established in 1964. A full range of subjects are taught, ranging from undergraduate degrees to postgraduate degrees including MBAs, PhDs and post-experience executive education. The Financial Times ranks Lancaster University's MBA programme the 24th in the world and 3rd in terms of value for money (in 2010).
Reputation and accreditation
Campus and facilities
<gallery>File:Lancaster_City_Centre.JPG|Lancaster City CentreFile:LUMS_Hub.jpg|Management School Hub</gallery>
LUMS is one of the four faculties of Lancaster University and is situated on the university campus, south of the city of Lancaster.
Lancaster University Management School consists of a number of new buildings and facilities grouped together near the south end of the campus. The Hub area and atrium of the school opened in 2005 and is primarily a host to postgraduate studies. A new annex, The Carter Building, is scheduled to open in late 2010 and will expand the teaching space available to undergraduate students. The entirety of the main campus study spaces are wifi-enabled and groupwork study spaces are located throughout the campus.
LUMS has worked in partnership with many companies to develop customised executive education. Partners have included: AstraZeneca,... Read More