Warwick Business School's Executive MBA (EMBA) programme has just been judged to be in the top 10 in the world and top 3 in Europe in a Financial Times survey. The survey which takes place once a year aims to rank the world's top providers. Warwick Business School (WBS) is the top UK school outside London.
The Executive MBA is mainly aimed at those who are already in management positions. It provides for attendance in one-week modules and will take an average of three years to complete.
"This is recognition of the quality of management education at Warwick Business School," said Howard Thomas, Dean of WBS, "Out of the single school providers of the EMBA we are ninth in the world. This sends out the right messages to all our corporate partners who look to us to ensure that their managers receive a world-class education, calling upon our current research and delivering this to the lecture theatre and seminar room to bring together theory and practice in a relevant way."
WBS also provides for the MBA to be delivered as a full-time and distance learning option; these are also world class programmes.
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