A student project is the ideal way to gain targeted work on a business issue from a talented MBA or MSc student, equipped with the latest theories and practices. A project also provides the opportunity to test a candidate's suitability for a permanent position.
We will work with you to define the scope and desired deliverables of your project, advertise it for you and help you to recruit the right student.
Our MSc and MBA students will be available to take part in corporate projects from June through to the start of September. You will need to submit your project briefs by mid-March for both MSc and MBA projects. The online application will be available soon.
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"This is the first time we’ve worked with Warwick Business School on this scheme and the whole process has been so well-organised and simple, it’s been quite amazing. I would say that the regularity and quality of the communication was particularly strong.
For us, the key benefit of the student project is the completely different perspective it offers to our work. This sort of diversity in expertise is, of course, invaluable and will help us shape a more rounded proposition going forward."
Suzee Laxton, Strategic Economic Development, Warwick District Council
"GE Healthcare has a long history of partnering with the University of Warwick and specifically with WBS on many different initiatives that include individual student projects, group based initiatives such as the Leadership Plus program and sponsoring the WBS Case Challenge competition. We really value this partnership and consider it a truly mutually-beneficial endeavour where we benefit by receiving work of the highest quality on topics that are strategically important to our business and the students benefit in the knowledge that they are working on real world business problems and opportunities that are a priority for a major global healthcare business. We look forward to our continuing our collaboration and are already planning programmes for future years."
Marc Barlow, Head of Care Area Marketing, Global Marketing Organisation, GE Healthcare
Students from the following courses are available to undertake individual project work on a broad range of business topics:
Companies we work with include: