Warwick, the county town of Warwickshire, is situated on the River Avon and is 30 miles from England’s second largest city Birmingham. Warwick is probably most famous for it’s impressive castle built by William the Conquerer in 1068, however, Warwick Business School is also well respected within the world of academia and recenlty ranked 58th in the Financial Times Top 100 Business Schools.
The Warwick Business School is the largest department of the University of Warwick and nurtures future business leaders form over 136 different counrtries. Within the UK Warwick Business School was the first to be accredited by all three major international management education bodies.
The Warwick MBA aims to provide a solid foundation of business knowledge through it’s seven Essential Modules:
- Accounting and Financial Management
- Economics of the Business Environment
- Market Analysis
- Modelling and Analysis for Management
- Operations Management
- Organisational Behaviour
- Strategic Advantage
The Warwick MBA also offers a wide range of Elective Modules with options to study these overseas or by distance learning. There is also the opportunity to choose an elective module from Warwick Global Energy MBA program.
Flexibility is another advantage of the Warwick MBA, offering a Full-Time MBA, Executive MBA and Distance Learning MBA or the option to mix and match to suit your situation.
Finally, career development and advice is never far away at the Warwick Business School with the Personal & Career Development Team always on hand to guide students towards their future success.