About Lancaster University
Located on Lancaster University’s green parkland campus, Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) combines the passion for knowledge and ideas you would expect of the UK’s top research-led business school with the distinctive human qualities of a supportive and vibrant community. Since the university’s founding over 40 years ago, LUMS’ faculty and students have worked at the boundaries of knowledge and practice, challenging conventional wisdom and contributing to future best practice.
BSIB students studying at LUMS will enroll in the third year curriculum and complete course work such as: Managerial Economics, Human Resources Management, Operations Management as well as Finance, Marketing or Entrepreneurship courses.
Lancaster has a population of about 46,000 and is located in Lancashire County in the north-west of England. It is the gateway to the Lake District and is about 1 hour north of Manchester.