Hello, I’m Shannon McCaul a BA Advertising and Marketing placement student working for Communications International Group in London. This is my second blog on working life in London. This time I am going to talk about being away from university and the contrast between working and student life. In my last blog, I mentioned how […]Read More Working life in London – Shannon McCaul
Trying to get an industrial placement is a challenging, yet highly rewarding journey that many students at LUMS will choose to go on during the course of their studies. The first step in this journey is, of course, doing your research and submitting some applications. Once you’ve successfully completed this stage – and congratulations if […]Read More Placement Search – Lewis Nicholas
All my friends and acquaintances who wish to study abroad, keep asking me about the job prospects in the UK. I tell them that getting in the job in the UK is as challenging, as it would be in any part of the world. The job markets in the world are becoming more challenging day-by-day […]Read More Guest Blog: Anjani Sarin – Career Support at Lancaster University
My journey of making the decision to pursue Management from Lancaster University has been very unique. It was a bright sunny day early in February when I decided to attend the college fair organised by a counselling agency in Delhi. I chose it because, with a full-time job, I knew I would not be able to […]Read More 5 Reasons why I chose Lancaster University
MSc Management student, Keira, started receiving job offers in November 2017, and has already secured a management position in a fast-expanding UK-based company, with months to go before graduation. She tells us her job-hunting story here… First things first, start early. There is no such thing as ‘starting too early’ for career seeking. My first […]Read More Guest Post: Job offers by November!
Some of you will come to university knowing exactly what it is you would like to do after you graduate. I suspect however that the majority of you will either have some vague ideas but are still unsure, or you may be someone who hasn’t a clue. I can safely say that I am somebody […]Read More Deciding the next step after your degree
From the very beginning of the course, I have always enjoyed Employability weeks. These are special events designed by the Careers team in order to prepare us for life ahead. Over the two terms, there have been many events, such as Networking day, Team Building away days, and one-on-one sessions with Martine and Peter (Career […]Read More Where are they now?
A mix of first, second, and third year students spent a very enjoyable day in Manchester as part of Lancaster University’s Capital Connections programme, which offers undergraduates the opportunity to gain an insight into working at different companies in Manchester. The trip is fully-funded, and it provides students with a fantastic chance to discover what […]Read More Capital Connections- Manchester 2018
Management, Politics & International Relations (MPIR) is one of the most interesting and relevant courses on offer at Lancaster University. As a student at Lancaster, you are constantly doing new things and meeting new people. One question you will be asked no end is ‘What course do you do?’. When I answer ‘Management, Politics & […]Read More Why BSc Management, Politics & International Relations?
Attending university in the UK is expensive, there’s no getting around it. With tuition fees currently at £9250 a year (and that’s for UK students – international students can often find themselves paying more) and costs of living on the rise, it is no wonder that more students find themselves taking on part-time work alongside […]Read More 4 Reasons Why You Should Definitely Get a Part-Time Job