It's a great idea to meet us virtually or on campus before submitting your UCAS application. See our Meet Us page for full information.
How to apply
We are delighted that you are interested in studying with us. We can't wait to receive your application, which you must submit through UCAS.
- The Warwick UCAS institution code is W20
- BSc Management UCAS Code is N200
- BSc Management with Placement Year UCAS Code is N20Y.
We do not normally interview candidates so do make sure your UCAS form contains information about your academic and extra-curricular achievements to show us why you are interested in joining us.
Our application process
Your personal statement should highlight your skills, experience and future ambitions. Our courses are very competitive so our admissions staff want to see your motivation for applying to WBS.
Apply through UCAS.
- Applications open on 6 September 2022
- Apply by 25 January 2023 deadline.
We have a number of scholarship opportunities available for UK and International students that are awarded on the basis of meeting certain criteria.
We'll decide whether to make you an offer that will either be unconditional, conditional or not accepted. Find out more about what happens after you've applied.
If you've received an offer - congratulations! Now you must select WBS as either your firm or insurance choice or decline the offer. Find out more about making your decision.
If you're been made an offer, you'll be invited to attend a WBS Offer Holder Day. This gives you another opportunity to find out more about your course and life at WBS.
To apply for first year undergraduate accommodation you'll need to have accepted WBS as either your firm or insurance choice through UCAS. Find out more about accommodation at the University of Warwick.
We must receive your results from UCAS by 31 August. If you're taking qualifications outside of the UK, or UK qualifications such as an Access to HE course, you must send your results to us. Find out more in our Offer Holder Guide.
Congratulations! Your confirmation letter should appear in UCAS Track, five to seven days after your place is confirmed. Check your confirmation letter carefully in case there's anything else you need to do. Our offer holder emails will guide you through the next steps.