Warwick Business School
660 - 673
33 - 35 years
Fees/Yr ( USD )
30000 - 50000
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There are only a few business schools globally with accreditation from all three major international management education bodies, and Warwick Business School were the first in the UK to be accredited.
Our Full-time MBA is ranked 1st in the UK by The Economist, whilst our Distance learning MBA is consistently ranked 1st in the UK and 2nd in the world by the Financial Times, who also rank the Executive MBA in the world's top 25. You can now study the Executive MBA in Warwick, or at Warwick Business School's innovative London teaching space, on the 17th floor of The Shard.
Warwick Business School's MBA programme has rapidly climbed the world rankings because of our reputation for excellence in scholarship and our highly employable graduates.
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