LUMS requires that all employees participate in essential training programs, such as New Hire Orientation, Ethics & Sexual Harassment Training, Inclusion, Equity, and Unconscious Bias, Health and Safety, Employee Code of Conduct, and Conflict of Interest/Fraud. Additionally, personalized training programs are available to address individual requirements, and on-the-job training opportunities are provided through HR Lead Training Programs.
Learning & Development
Learning and People are at the heart of LUMS. At LUMS, we are committed to providing a wide range of learning and development opportunities to our employees including work-related learning, coaching, mentorship, leadership programs, and research opportunities. The programs are designed to enhance employee productivity, foster a culture of continuous learning, and support the overall success of the organization. Whether you are a seasoned professional or just starting your career, LUMS provides a supportive and enriching environment where you can build your skills and reach your full potential. Our comprehensive employee development program includes mandatory training programs, HR-led workshops, flexible e-learning options, and staff scholarship programs.
Join us in our commitment to growth, development, and excellence, and become a part of a dynamic and dedicated community of professionals!
Employees have access to the Rausing Executive Development Centre (REDC) and Centre for Continuing Education Studies (CES) through HR-facilitated training programs. The School of Education's Professional Education Office (PEO) also offers a range of training opportunities to LUMS staff.
LUMS offers a staff scholarship program that covers 50% of the tuition fee for eligible master’s programs. Eligibility criteria include being a full-time permanent employee, high performance as judged by the head of the department, completion of two years of employment with LUMS, and no other LUMS scholarship overlaps.
The LUMS Learning Institute provides faculty development programs such as instructional skills training, webinars, themed sessions, TA development program, and a pedagogical partnerships program. The university also supports faculty research and offers opportunities for conferences and workshops abroad, including sponsorship and visa support upon acceptance of proposals/research papers.