Warwick Business School ranked in global Top 30
The Financial Times has published the latest rankings of Full-time MBA programmes across the world. We are delighted that the Warwick MBA has climbed to 27th in the world. We are now placed fourth in the UK and ninth in Europe.
Our MBA graduates have reported the highest ever average post-MBA salary levels along with a rise in the average salary increase. We are particularly delighted that the MBA has helped our alumni to meet their personal career goals, with a jump of 47 places in the last two years for the "aims achieved" category. In line with our research-led ethos, the results also show that WBS has strongly increased the number of research papers being published in the very best research journals. While the FT now ranks the WBS MBA in the global top thirty and the European top ten overall, it also ranks it eighth in the world for value for money, confirming that the graduates of the MBA are achieving a significant return on their investment at WBS, even in a difficult economic climate.
Dean of WBS, Professor Mark Taylor, commented: "These results are evidence that WBS is succeeding in our strategy to deliver a world-class MBA and provide a significant return on investment for our graduates. With a considerable expansion of our top faculty in recent years as well as strong enhancements to our careers services for both MBA students and alumni, it is great news to see that our MBAs are experiencing world-leading salary increases and achieving their career goals. With the support of our student and alumni community, WBS is aiming to be the very best university-based business school in Europe. These results demonstrate that we are on target to reach that ambitious goal".