At WBS we are looking for true leaders who embrace challenges, demonstrate creative thinking and inspire change, in others and themselves. You should know your strengths and weaknesses, and be capable of, or have the potential to enthuse and encourage others. You will be inquisitive, thoughtful and decisive.
The core competencies we are seeking are:
You must have at least four years’ postgraduate managerial work experience. We are seeking evidence of consistent progression including increased people management, budgetary and/or project management responsibilities.
You must have an upper second class honours at undergraduate level from a UK university or the equivalent from an overseas university. However, we also welcome applications from candidates who do not have the academic qualifications but are exceptional, with a proven ability to achieve.
Our year-round application process means that as soon as you complete your application it will be processed and considered, so there is no reason to delay. Please select which mode of study (evening or daytime, typically Friday/Saturday) you would prefer to follow for your required modules.
Please note that we offer two intakes for each mode of study.
|Daytime (Friday / Saturday)||March||September|
If you wish to be considered for a scholarship an early application is advisable.
Round 2: 21 June 2020
Final deadline: 9 August 2020
Round 1: 25 October 2020
Round 2: 6 December 2020
Final deadline:24 January 2021
If you want to understand whether you will meet our entry requirements then you can submit your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org for a pre-check. We will provide feedback within 48 hours. Applications are handled via our online application system. You will need to fill out the application form and provide evidence of the prerequisite requirements that are relevant to you:
Transcripts: You will need to provide transcripts of your degree. These should be translated into English and we need to see the original or a certified/attested hard copy. If you are unable to send the original/certified copies at the same time of submitting your application then scanned and emailed copies can be accepted temporarily. When sending originals or certified/attested copies we recommend using a tracking service.
English Language: All of our programmes are delivered in English so, if English is not your first language, you have not graduated from an English speaking university or worked in an English speaking environment for at least two years you must demonstrate a minimum overall standard in the following recognised tests of English. The certificate will be required as evidence.
|Test||Minimum Overall Score|
|IELTS (Academic)||7.0 - all four languages elements have to be scored 6.0+, with maximum of two language components at lowest level 6.0 or 6.5|
|PTE Academic||70 - with 51+ in every section|
Grade B - 190 overall; 2 x 170, 2 x 190
Grade B - 190 overall; 2 x 170, 2 x 190
|TOEFL||100 – minimum language components L21, R22, W21, S23|
LanguageCert International ESOL SELT C1
|Pass overall, minimum score of 33/50 in each component|
In order to verify the Duolingo results online, applicants need to nominate the University of Warwick as an institution who can receive their results. The following Duolingo scores are required for each band:
Band A - Pass overall with a minimum score of 119
Band B - Pass overall with a minimum score of 125
Band C - Pass overall with a minimum score of 135
Trinity ISE III
|Merit, Merit, Pass, Pass in four components|
Trinity ISE IV
|Pass, Pass, Pass, Pass in four components|
References – We require two professional references including one from your line manager but if you have left education within the last five years, you can provide one academic and one professional reference. Referees should be able to comment on your academic or business acumen and one reference should ideally be from a current line manager. We do not accept references from family members or friends.
Your file will be reviewed by the Selection Committee and once they have made a decision we will contact you. Successful applicants will be invited to either a face to face or skype interview. The interview is used to inform the selection panel but it also enables us to understand what you want to achieve and to make sure we can offer what you are looking for.
If you have been successful you will receive an offer letter and be required to complete the offer response form confirming your decision within 4 weeks.
You will then receive instructions on how to register and enrol and when to expect your course materials. Registration and enrolment usually takes place 6 weeks before the start of the programme.
We also hold regular open events at The Shard which are a great opportunity to meet staff and participants and experience a taster lecture. Book your place now