In the Financial Times Full-time MBA world rankings published this morning, Warwick Business School has gained a further two places from last year and is now placed at 32 in the world.
It is 3rd in the UK, splitting Oxford and Cambridge (2nd and 4th respectively, London Business School is ranked top). WBS has now risen 22 places over the past four years. In addition, its Doctoral programme is ranked clear number one in the world.
Professor Howard Thomas, Dean of Warwick Business School, says
"These good results confirm our claim to be at the cutting edge of theory and practice. We have a reputation for working closely with our partners in both the public and private sectors, carrying out high quality research and delivering the fruits of that work in the lecture theatre. Warwick Business School also benefits from being part of the highly-regarded University of Warwick, allowing us to offer a full service from undergraduate to doctoral programmes."
Founded in 1967, Warwick Business School is one of the most successful and highly regarded business schools in Europe. It has a turnover of £24.6 million. The current student population of 1,070 undergraduates, 170 research students and 2,824 taught masters, MPA and MBA students, come from 108 countries worldwide.