In the Financial Times published today, Warwick Business School's Executive MBA is ranked 35th globally and 5th in the UK. A total of 100 of the top business schools from around the world were ranked this year.
The ranking is made up of several measurements and criteria. WBS achieved significant improvements in these criteria: career progress, aims achieved, international students, and despite current economic conditions, a pleasing improvement in salary levels and salary increase.
Dean of WBS, Professor Mark Taylor, commented, "Rankings are an unpredictable and often incongruous way to judge the quality of an MBA. However, they are also important to the reputation of the Warwick MBA brand. We will continue to take very positive and determined action to improve our position in a manner congruent with the School's vision - to be the leading university-based business school in Europe."
About Warwick Business School
One of Europe's largest business schools and the largest department of the highly-rated University of Warwick, WBS is fully accredited. Our teaching is rated excellent and 75 percent of our research is rated at 3* and above, placing us 3rd in the UK.
Over 8,000 students from 130 countries currently study here. Their interaction with top faculty creates a multicultural learning environment, enhanced by outstanding teaching and study facilities and a top-quality campus.
Our teaching covers the full range of business education, from undergraduate and masters degrees to the Warwick MBA, the Warwick MPA, doctoral research, and executive short course programmes.