Facts and figures
Lancaster University Management School is one of the four faculties of Lancaster University. The University, which is the top one percent of universities in the world, was founded in 1964. There are over 12,000 students studying in departments recognised internationally for the quality of their teaching and research.
LUMS has more than 170 members of academic faculty, including 51 full professors, covering a very wide range of management and business subjects.
Our 97-strong administrative staff also play a really important role in ensuring students have a great experience while studying here.
In 2012, the LUMS student population was around 3,900. We have a diverse nationality mix of students, with around 1,400 from the UK, 700 from the European Union (excluding the UK) and 1,700 from non-EU countries.*
We support a large, vibrant and globally diverse community of students with over 150 different nationalities studying here. LUMS is a true international community.
In 2012-13 academic year there are around 3,000 undergraduate students studying at LUMS:
- 1,300 from the UK
- 600 from continental Europe (EU excluding the UK)
- 1,100 from non-EU countries
In 2012-13 there are over 900 postgraduate students studying at LUMS – including full-time and part-time Masters students and full-time and part-time PhD students. 74% of our postgraduate student base are international.
- 120 from the UK
- 115 from continental Europe (EU excluding the UK)
- 670 from non-EU countries
LUMS has one of the largest business and management doctoral programmes in Europe. In 2012-13 204 students are registered at LUMS for PhD study.
*Student numbers have been rounded. These numbers only include students who are registered on LUMS programmes and studying on the campus in Lancaster. Students studying at partner institutions have been excluded from this data.