According to the influential Financial Times Business School ranking Warwick Business School is already in the top 40 of the 2500 business schools world-wide based upon results from a survey of Full Time MBA participants. However, for the first time the FT has produced a ranking of Executive MBAs in which Warwick Business School achieved 14th in the world it was revealed today Monday 22 October.
The Warwick Business School Executive MBA can be taken by either modular or evening study and is primarily aimed at managers and executives who need to broaden their experience but who are not able to spend significant periods away from work.
"I am pleased but not surprised at this result," says Professor Howard Thomas, Dean of Warwick Business School. "As far as I am concerned we have the one, flexible, Warwick MBA which can be completed by full time, executive or distance learning. Candidates make a choice of how they complete their MBA based upon their particular circumstances - some have even completed by making use of all delivery methods - but the quality of the experience, teaching and facilities remains unchanged."
Nicole Freeman, manager of the Andersen MBA Initiative, commented "The value of the Warwick MBA for us is the quality of the teaching, together with the flexibility of the modular programme which allows our students to apply their learning real-time on their jobs."
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