Warwick Business School

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Warwick Business School (WBS) isn’t just a world-class business school at the heart of a world-class university; it’s a hub of curiosity that is constantly challenging the status quo and championing business as a power for good.

With a healthy balance between theory and practice, we truly transform people by developing them both professionally and personally. We’re for the people excited by everything around them, driven to learn, question, debate and have real impact.

At the forefront of everything we do are our students. We are here to support and motivate every student to unlock their full potential, and achieve their ambitions. But we’re not here to hold hands; we’ll push, critique, and challenge you to bring out your inner Change Maker.

Studying at WBS means being open to new ideas, viewpoints and new voices, helping you take on new perspectives and challenge your thinking.

We are located on the University of Warwick’s campus, just over an hour from London and twenty minutes from Birmingham Airport. In 2014 we opened WBS London at The Shard in central London, bringing WBS’s cutting edge thinking, research and networks to executives from organisations around the world who want to study in London.

Our highly ranked Warwick MBA is delivered in a range of formats, allowing you to study full-time or part-time, in Warwick or London. WBS also deliver a full range of programmes from Undergraduate through to DBA level.

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Warwick Business School is the largest department of the University of Warwick

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WBS was created as the School of Industrial and Business Studies (SIBS) in 1967 and took its present name in 1984

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WBS is the first business school in the UK to receive the AthenaSWAN Silver Award for improving gender equality

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WBS has a London base at The Shard

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WBS has an alumni community of more than 50,000 individuals from more than 140 countries

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WBS is the first business school in the UK to be accredited, in 2000, by all three premier international management education bodies: EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB

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  • FT Ranking: 38
  • FT Ranking Global MBA: 36
  • FT Ranking Masters: 21
  • FT Ranking EMBA: 18
  • Economist FT Mba RANKING: 18
  • Applicants Per Year: 350
  • Applicants Admitted Percentage: 28
  • Class Size: 70
  • International Student Percentage: 91
  • Female Percentage: 27
  • Scholarships Available: 15
  • Course Length: 12
  • Employed Graduates Percentage: 95
  • Salary Increase Percentage: 94
  • Average Gmat: 620
  • Course Fee: USD 36,090
  • Application Deadline: Rolling
  • Accredited: AACSBAMBAEQUIS
  • Cost Per Application: GBP 80
  • Living Expenses: 18887.52
  • Average Age: 30
  • Average Work Years: 6
  • Nationalities Count: 17
  • Businessweek Ranking: 0
  • Economist Ranking: 37

Full-time MBA (Class profile 2019)

Average age of participants: 30

Countries represented: 40

% female students: 39

Average years of work: 8

Course fee (2020 entry): £40,450 for September 2020 intake


Executive MBA (Class profile 2019)

Average age of participants: 37

Countries represented: 15

% female students: 24

Average years of work: 14

Course fee: £45,230 for March 2020 intake and £47,045 for September 2020 intake


Executive MBA (London) (Class profile 2019)

Average age of participants: 35

Countries represented: 25

% female students: 29

Average years of work: 13

Course fee: £49,450 for March and April 2020 intakes and £51,450 for September 2020 intake



Distance learning MBA (Class profile 2019)

Average age of participants: 36

Countries represented: 69

% female students: 28

Average years of work: 13

Course fee: £33,250 for June 2020 intake


Distance learning MBA (London) (Class profile 2019)

Average age of participants: 36

Countries represented: 23

% female students: 40

Average years of work: 13

Course fee: £37,760 for June 2020 intake

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Scholarships

All Warwick B-school applicants offered a place are automatically considered for a merit-based scholarship.

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