Warwick Business School (WBS) is a department of Warwick University's Faculty of Social Sciences in Coventry, England. The School of Industrial and Business Studies was established in 1967. The school consistently rates highly in business school and MBA rankings around the world.
It has over ten undergraduate programmes, fifteen postgraduate programmes, a full-time MBA, and a PhD programme. In September 2014, WBS inaugurated a second campus in London's Shard Tower, the European Union's tallest building, to teach its MSc Finance, MSc Human Resource Management, and MSc Employment Relations programmes.
To be Europe's leading university-based business school, fostering transformative ideas and people that influence the way we do business. The three-part mission statement backs up the vision:
Warwick Business School has a global reputation for excellence, which is reflected in its outstanding rankings.
Living on campus:
Despite the fact that there are over 6,500 student rooms on campus, you'd never guess. Every effort has been taken to construct interesting structures that are surrounded by flora. They're safe, secure, and friendly, and they're a terrific method to make learning more convenient. The rent includes gas, electricity, water, insurance, basic cleaning, and a high-speed internet connection, and all units are equipped and well-maintained. All have on-site staff to ensure that everything goes smoothly and that the kids' needs are met. Everything you might possibly require is within easy reach.
Staying on campus, however, is not for everyone. Some people desire to get out of the ‘Warwick Bubble,' as it is affectionately referred as. In adjacent Coventry, Kenilworth, and Leamington Spa, there is good value housing with good public transportation.
Warwick Business School is situated on a magnificent campus in the heart of England, just an hour from London and 20 minutes from Birmingham International Airport. The school also has a campus on the 17th level of the 87-story Shard, which is located in London Bridge, one of the city's most dynamic neighbourhoods.
Students can take advantage of a variety of facilities and services on the Warwick campus. The piazza and the Students' Union building are the main shopping areas, with supermarkets, banks, post offices, pharmacies, bookshops, and hairdressers.
The following dates of the session of 2021-22 have been reported by the official academic calendar uploaded on Warwick Business School's website.Teaching will take place during the term dates below:
|TERMS DATES FOR ACADEMY YEAR 2021-22|
|Autumn Term||Monday 4 October 2021 – Saturday 11 December 2021|
|Spring Term||Monday 10 January 2022 - Saturday 19 March 2022|
|Summer Term||Monday 25 April 2022 - Saturday 2 July 2022|
Have been offered a spot on one of the following WBS undergraduate programmes, which will begin in September 2020:
BSc Accounting and Finance
BSc International Business
BSc International Management
BA Law and Business Studies
Have a household income of less than £35,001, as determined by the Student Funding Team. A 'Customer Reference Number' from the Student Loans Company will be used to assess this.
You must be a UK resident and entitled to pay taxes in the UK