Warwick Business School is part of the University of Warwick and is one of the most prestigious and highly ranked business schools not only in the UK but worldwide. WBS is one of the few educational institutions to hold accreditations from major management education associations such as EQUIS, AACSB, and AMBA.Show more
I would highly recommend the University of Warwick because of its high academic standards and because of the exemplary way in which the university tries to handle the problems of the students.
The facilities are also great. The only problem I see is that sometimes life in accommodations is too noisy but I guess this is a part of being a student.View more
My experience at Warwick Business School was everything I could have asked for and more.
In terms of academics, the classes are very stimulating, and the lecturers are very helpful when contacted in their contact hours. There is also a lot of academic support- essay writing, etc to help you do well.
The facilities at WBS, in particular, are very modern and there are a lot of efforts made to improve student wellbeing
WBS is also very international. In my cohort, we have people from all around the globe. There are also several opportunities to study/work abroad and many degrees such as International Management and international business have this integrated through an additional year.
There are several opportunities to network and gain skills to further your career. There are several careers fairs involving recruiters from finance, consulting, retail etc. There is a lot of support for placements as well and if you start thinking about your career early, then the careers team can really help you towards getting your preferred job
In terms of cons, being an hour away from London is a drawback, but university accommodation is social, and student life is great in Leamington Spa. There is also a lot to do on campus- with several societies including academic ones such as Warwick consulting society and Warwick business school society and nonacademics ones such as game of thrones and harry potter.
I would definitely recommend studying an undergraduate degree at WBS to a friend, and I would also advise them to start thinking about their career early on so that they can maximise their use of the universities resourcesView more
Warwick Business School is a very well organised department with quality teaching and a wide range of modules.
However they should improve their student support system as well as communication between teachers, tutors and students.
WBS should also focus on including more modules about gender equality/racial equality in the workplace.
Amazing diversity, really great at developing critical thinking and soft skills. Great reputation amongst employers. Especially extracurricular activities are important here, really shaping your character and experience at Warwick.View more
I really loved this university, with excellent professors and interesting modules/courses. A very diverse and multicultural student body add positively to the experience, which I totally recommend. This university combines the opportunity of having a world-class business school outside the chaos of a large city such as London, despite being only an hour away.View more
I love Warwick and the Business School. It has a uniquely diverse community from all over the world. Its especially great for developing soft skills, improving presentation skills, building your network etc. Also societies are very important, enabling students to gain extracurricular experience.View more
Warwick University is a world class university with a diverse and rich multicultural student body and an exceptionally good academic staff. The fast paced learning environment encourages students to take initiative and constantly stay on their toes to meet the stringent requirements of the uni. Outside of academia, I’ve found the training I received at Warwick as a contributing factor to making me a well rounded individual. Overall, I would say it was a great eye opening experience, the staff ensure you get value for money and you are most likely to complete your course as a more independent and assertive person. The business school is undoubtedly one of the best in Europe. However, what i would say is that they need to ensure supervisors have a broader knowledge on dissertation topics before allowing students to select. I had an unpleasant experience with mine (mainly because of insufficient knowledge on his part) which was quite challenging at the time.View more
Warwick was an amazing experience, even though the course was intense. It taught me a lot about myself such as going above and beyond, working diligently and ways to handle resilience when challenged. I majored in marketing, so the course helped me to learn how to position yourself in the competitive business world and also helped by applying myself. I found some courses interesting and fun, whereas others were a bit challenging but I was able to get a grasp of it. The school is extremely beautiful and huge. The students are very diverse, people from all over the country. I enjoyed meeting new people because it helped me to understand different cultures and their way of life. I really enjoyed my one year experience and I would definitely recommend it to anybody that may be interested in business courses and perhaps other courses as well. It’s a good school 🙂View more