Executive MBA


The fees for September 2017 and March 2018 intakes:

Year 1 (17/18) Year 2 (18/19) Total  
£20,500      £21,320      £41,820       

If you extend your studies into a third year there will be no additional charge, if you extend into a fourth year, there will be an extension fee of £930 payable in 2020/21 (September 2017 intake) and 2021/2022 (March 2018 intake).

What's included / excluded?

The fee includes:

  • study materials
  • registration
  • tuition
  • examinations and re-sits
  • graduation ceremony

It excludes:

  • residential accommodation (5* conference facilities of approximately £80 per night B&B)
  • meals
  • travel
  • additional career support
  • graduation robes (£45) and photographs (£15 - £200). 
How to pay

Tuition fees are payable in advance or at the start of each academic year. Payments can be made by bank transfer, banker’s draft, cheque, telephone or direct debit (online or in person). If you have been awarded a scholarship, this will be deducted from your first year fee, unless specified otherwise in your offer letter.

Self-funding students can either pay the annual tuition fee at the start of each year or can opt to pay in instalments with the following payment schedule:

  • 50% of tuition fees due on the first day of your academic year
  • 25% of tuition fees due on first day of month 4 of your academic year
  • 25% of tuition fees due on first day of month 7 of your academic year


A number of scholarships are available to students admitted onto the Warwick and London variants of the Executive MBA. These are highly competitive and awarded on the basis of three broad criteria:

  • outstanding future career potential
  • the ability to fulfil future ambassadorial duties for the school. Successful applicants would be expected to work closely with the marketing and recruitment teams in order to attract future candidates onto the programme.
  • demonstration of significant past academic ability

Scholarships are awarded to exceptional candidates on an ongoing basis and applicants are strongly encouraged to apply early.

  • WBS alumni scholarships – Warwick alumni accepted onto the MBA programme will automatically receive a 25% scholarship.
  • 30% club scholarship – for outstanding female candidates. 2 of these scholarships are offered per year and amount to 50% of the overall fees of the course
  • Healthcare scholarship – for those opting to take the Healthcare stream of the Exec MBA and who intend to pursue a career in healthcare management.
  • Finance scholarship - for those opting to take the Finance stream of the Exec MBA and who expect to be exposed significantly to financial issues in their future career.
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation scholarship – directed at individuals working in creative or self-directed roles whose future career trajectory is likely to involve innovative, entrepreneurial business models.
  • Career transition scholarship – directed at outstanding individuals who view the EMBA as a vehicle to help them transition into a substantially new professional area.
  • Future leaders scholarship – directed at individuals who we identify as highly likely to assume a significant leadership role in the short to medium term.
  • Armed Forces scholarship – directed at veterans of the Armed Forces.
  • Public/Third sector scholarship - directed at outstanding individuals from the third or voluntary sector

If you are interested in applying for a scholarship you need to submit a written statement (up to 300 words) outlining why you believe you should be awarded a scholarship. You don’t need to specify which scholarship you wish to apply for as the committee will consider which scholarship would be most suitable. 

Sponsored students

The Warwick Executive MBA can bring vast benefits to an organisation. As an individual you will be more effective, generating creative solutions and using proven tools, ideas, and best practice to resolve business issues.

If you’re looking to evidence this impact, let us help you put a case together

You may need to ask for support from your employer in the following areas.

  • Finance: helping pay your tuition fees, travel, or other expenses
  • Time: giving you enough time away from work to study
  • Development: offering opportunities at work to implement your learning.

Download our guidelines to help you as you prepare your case.

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