Warwick Business School (WBS) was created in 1967. It is part of the University of Warwick, which is one of the UK’s top universities and is its largest department.Show more
Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Warwick Business School rating is 4.6. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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The Warwick Business School was like a dream come to life for me. The University ranking speaks for itself, from top-tier facilities to some of the best professors I had to honour to study with I fell in love with my course. Interactions with people from all over the world gave me a newfound confidence in myself.
Career prospects after graduating are endless due to the contacts of the universities and the success rate for previous students, it does open a lot of doors for students in various career fields. The campus life is quite good as well with a lot of student groups and clubs, and extra circular activities to engage students at all times. Loved my experience.
It is a very cutting-edge, career-oriented business school, all courses are very practical, and the college does a very good job of career service. From the hardware and facilities to the staff, the student experience is at the core of the school and student satisfaction is taken very seriously. I understand that many universities in the UK are relatively traditional and can occasionally be rigid in terms of rules and regulations, and although WBS has a relatively short history, this makes it more innovative and dynamic, which is essential for a business school. The downside is that because it is on the outskirts of Coventry, it is a long bus ride to the city centre, not to mention the difference in experience from a big city like London.View more
The people, campus, staff. It’s a very enjoyable environment and it’s particularly good for learning and playing sports. The people there are extremely friendly and welcoming and it’s very easy to make friendsView more
I’ve personally liked my experience at Warwick so far because of the amazing people I’ve gotten to meet and how many opportunities we students are provided with to learn and grow.
Within Warwick, I’m part of the Business School, a learning haven comprised of well-structured modules and extremely helpful people
All in all, a great place to be 🙂
WBS provides amazing opportunities in terms of career and learning. There is a wide range of modules to choose from in the management course and one can even specialise in one thing, such as management with finance, entrepreneurship or marketing. Furthermore, there are lots of learning spaces like learning grids and rooms one can book and even a great cafe with lots of cuisines. The Warwick campus is really fun to be in and there are lots of cycles one can drop and go.View more
Warwick is located in quite an excluded area, which makes things a little dull however the campus is very lively with lots of things to do.
I study management and the faculty for my course has been very helpful and classes have been interactive. There are not enough modules for marketing at the school and that’s something that I would want them to improve. The campus is quite green and has lots of geese towards the side of the gym and lakeside accommodation. would recommend!
One thing that stood out for me was the campus life, you felt like part of a community. The social aspects of the student union and on-campus accommodation meant you can easily get together and enjoy with friends. Additionally, I felt the course provided a variety of subjects allowing me to enhance my knowledge, from Marketing to Law and Finance. Overall I would most definitely recommend this university to friends and family.View more
Warwick Business school is situated within the Uni of Warwick campus. It is a very modern and well-built structure which is very aesthetically appealing. Apart from being aesthetically appealing, WBS offers amazing opportunities for its students to grow and gain better career prospects. They provide weekly career drop-in sessions to discuss CVs, future prospects etc. There are also opportunities for placement years in most bachelors courses. The staff is also very helpful, there is an undergraduate office which helps you out with all academic-related queries and an assigned personal tutor to help with all other queries. Warwick as a whole provides a fun and engaging student experience!View more
Warwick although not in a very good location offers students a great social life. Unlike universities in a city, it has a huge campus which offers a wide range of things to do. There are restaurants all over, from healthy options like bread oven (our own subway substitute!) to places where you can hog on junk food. There are also bikes all across campus that one can rent/pay a monthly see for to bike from one place to another, which I find very convenient. There’s a Tesco superstore nearby too, which offers more affordable groceries than the campus grocery store. As for value for money, I feel that the fee for Warwick business school is actually quite high for international students, with little to no aid available which is quite disappointing. I think more focus needs to be paid on creating funding opportunities for international students which makes them more motivated. As for mental well being, recent happenings have really escalated the focus on mental health and Warwick really has paid attention to ensure its students are doing well. The students union also offers lots of support for mental well being which is a plus point. There are also lots of career opportunities at WBS such as regular career fairs, events by companies such as Unilever, Amplify trading etc. which really help one gain more exposure in specific industries. By the end of it, Warwick business school provides great opportunities but needs to focus more on providing value to international students.View more
The diversity of people here we find in Warwick is greater than I thought and it is amazing as I get to know more about different cultures. I have found many friends from various parts of the world and have gained global exposure.
The range of societies and clubs is great we get to try different things. I am a part of the volleyball club and people in my club are very welcoming and inclusive so I had no problem with blending in even though I joined in the second term in my first year. In my first year, I opted for a twin room and was allotted a twin room in the accommodation Sherbourne. Although Sherbourne is quite far from the central campus, it is only a 5-minute walk from the newly built gym and is a very modern accommodation. The rent for a double room is half of the ensuite and hence it is an opportunity to be in a modern and nicely built accommodation at a lower cost.
I study Bsc management which is a very flexible course. Since I had always wanted to learn Spanish, in my second year I opted to learn Spanish in my course.
The location is a little secluded however since Warwick has thousands of students, one never feels that they are away from the city as it feels like a city in itself.
All in all, I believe that Warwick has given me a great experience in terms of course flexibility and social life.