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Full-time MBA that rates in the top 1% of the world's business schools
Achieve your dreams, create your future
This MBA programme is designed to develop fundamental skills in management, including how to manager yourself, other people, groups, and ultimately entire organisations. The Warwick Management module is fundamental to the study programme and to you delegates achieving their personal and professional goals.
This management module was developed as a direct response to the needs of organisations recruiting MBA graduates. In fact, many major organisations have played a key role in creating the programme content. Corporate recruiters and the business community have validated the Warwick MBA initiative and we have seen that the experience and skills gained are highly attractive to future employers.
The Warwick MBA programme is delivered as a double module through the first and second term by a range of skilled specialists. Through a series of practical workshops, you will use a broad range of learning methods including experiential exercises, action-learning, individual and group work, role plays, reflective exercises, and self assessment inventories to build your confidence and understanding. It is deeply involving, and focuses on equipping you with a rich set of softer interpersonal, influencing, and communication skills. These skills are vital for organisational performance and managerial career success in modern, complex organisations.
Application and Admission Requirements
Prerequisites to the full-time Warwick MBA
- A degree awarded by a UK university, or an equivalent overseas, or professional qualification
- A well balanced GMAT score, without exemption*
- At least three years of relevant postgraduate work experience
- Proven English language competence
- TOEFL, minimum score on paper 620, computer 260, or internet 105
- IELTS minimum score 7.
- PTE Academic minimum score of 75.
*The Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is designed to help business schools assess your aptitude for advanced management education. It measures your verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing skills. It does not assume you have any specific knowledge of business, or measure achievement in any particular subject area. It simply looks at the potential of those key transferable skills.
There is no pass mark for the GMAT; it is marked on a scale between 0 and 800. We do not specify a minimum GMAT score, but the average score for participants on the full-time study mode is around 620.
The GMAT is now administered as a computer-adaptive test at centres in many parts of the world, and you are able to practice with sample tests in advance. For more information please visit the GMAT web site.
Meet Warwick Business School
Discover the Warwick experience for yourself! Potential MBA delegates are invited to attend one of Warwick's MBA fairs around the world, or you can join us for regular open events at WBS or drop in on a Tuesday for an informal chat with a member of the MBA team.
Expenses / Tuition Fees
Tuition for the 2012 full-time MBA programme is currently being determined. Please request more information regarding this matter.
If you come from outside the EEA, you will need to prove to the UK government that you have sufficient funds to complete your studies before a visa to study in the UK will be granted. More details are available from the University's International Office.
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