BSc Management

What we’re looking for to study BSc Management 

Are you ready to embrace independence on an exciting journey to realise your career potential? We welcome future change makers who are critical thinkers, solution focused and have a desire to become part of the next generation of business and management professionals. 

Entry requirements

  • A levels: A*AA
  • A level Accounting and Business Studies are considered overlapping subjects 
  • GCSEs: A/7 in Maths and A/7 in a Humanities/Social Sciences subject 
  • International Baccalaureate: 38 overall
  • Applications from candidates with other internationally-recognised qualifications are also welcomed.  

Important notes

  • Offers may vary from year to year 
  • We cannot accept students directly onto the second or final years of study. You must complete the first year at WBS
  • More information regarding other European or international qualifications is available from the University 
  • Further information about admission requirements and how to apply is available from the University's Admissions Office 
  • We cannot review eligibility before you apply and we only consider applications submitted via UCAS.

English Language Requirements


Including minimum of 6.5 in each component.

Grade C

With no less than Borderline in any element or 190 overall with no less than 180 in any component.

Grade A

With no less than Borderline in any element or 190 overall with no less than 180 in any component.


With no less than 59 in any component.

Educated in the English language?

If you are a non-native speaker of English but have been educated entirely in English this may satisfy the University of your language skills. For further information please see the University’s page for English language requirements.

Widening Participation

The University of Warwick works with young people to enhance access to higher education for all those who aspire to study at university, regardless of background. 

The Widening Participation and Outreach team run a wide range of programmes and events to encourage the most talented potential applicants and to ensure our student body is representative of our local and wider national communities. These activities are targeted at state school educated students, students who would be the first in their family to attend university, students from low socio-economic backgrounds and students who come from neighbourhoods where there is low progression to university. For more information please see the University's page for Widening Participation and Outreach.