As students across the country prepare to graduate, it’s likely that many will feel daunted by the prospect of joining the pool of graduates searching for a job, not to mention the competitive selection processes they will often face. University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) graduate Charlotte Whittle, on the other hand, doesn't need to worry. Through her … Continue reading Securing Employment Is A Walk In The Park For Charlotte.
Lancashire Business School (LBS) has scooped an award for its positive changes in the environmental practice as part of the Green Impact initiative 2014 run by the National Union of Students.Judith Jackson, personal assistant to dean of LBS, led the initiative at the School and was presented with a Bronze by vice-chancellor Gerry Kelleher at … Continue reading Green Impact award for Lancashire Business School
Four accountancy undergraduates from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) have received prizes from the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) for their high quality work produced as part of a project undertaken in November last year. A project run by Taxation Theory and Practice module involved third year accountancy students working individually or in groups … Continue reading UCLan students’ hard work recognised by OTS
University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) economics student Matthew Birt, with other UK undergraduates, has bagged two Best Human Practices Advance awards at the prestigious iGEM competition – one in Europe and one in the world championship in the US. Students presented the project based around creating a synthetic palm oil by modifying a harmless strain … Continue reading UCLan student part of world championship team
During April’s LBS Key Messages meeting, one particular lecturer received a very positive message from UCLan Students’ Union—he has been nominated and received We Heart U award. Lancashire Business School (LBS) marketing lecturer Robin Carey was taken by surprise when his name was called out to announce the award for innovative teaching methods, comprehensive feedback … Continue reading LBS lecturer receives We Heart U Award
Lancashire Business School (LBS) BA Business Foundation Course team has received the Best Course Team of the Year Award at the SU Golden Roses evening. The winning team with Penelope Marshall-Kalina, Barry Marshall-Kalina, Peter Ashfield, Paul McKeown and Janet Chettle were recognised for their positive contributions to the academic experience, through assessment and feedback practices, … Continue reading SU Best Course Team Award goes to Lancashire Business School