Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Warwick Business School, located in central England, is the largest department of the University of Warwick and is triple-accredited by the leading global business education associations. It was the first in the UK to attain this triple accreditation. Offering the full portfolio of business education courses, from undergraduate through to MBAs, and with a strong Doctoral Programme, WBS is the complete business school. Students at WBS currently number around 6,500, and come from 125 countries. Just under half of faculty are non-UK, or have worked abroad. WBS Dean, Professor Mark P Taylor, is among the most highly-cited scholars in the world and was previously Managing Director at BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager.

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