WBS Masters programmes ranked among the world's best for thought leadership and diversity, according to QS.
Warwick Business School has been ranked in the Top 10 globally for thought leadership on its Masters programmes by higher education analysts QS.
MSc Marketing and Strategy was crowned the world’s best Masters in Marketing programme for thought leadership, was ranked fourth for diversity, and ninth overall.
It was also ranked eighth for graduate employability in the QS Business Masters Ranking 2024.
Three other Masters programmes – MSc Business Analytics, MSc Management, and MSc Finance – were among the Top 10 for thought leadership and the Top 20 overall.
QS surveyed employers, academics, and business schools to assess more than 300 institutions across 48 countries. Only those accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS were eligible for inclusion – with WBS among an elite band of schools that are accredited by all three.
Courses were ranked on criteria in five broad areas: employability, alumni outcomes, value for money, thought leadership, and diversity.
World-class education at Warwick Business School
Irina Surdu-Nardella, Course Director for MSc Marketing and Strategy, said: “We are proud that our Masters programmes continue to be ranked so highly.
“Our programmes are carefully designed to combine a world-class education with transformational experiences and careers support that give our graduates the edge in a competitive job market.
“That is reflected in the tremendous success of our MSc Marketing and Strategy programme, which continues to receive great feedback from students and employers alike.”
MSc Business Analytics was ranked as the best programme of its kind for diversity, fifth for thought leadership, and 14th overall.
Andy Lockett, Dean of Warwick Business School, said: “Our outstanding performance in these rankings reflects the quality and passion of our faculty and academic service teams.
“It also underlines our commitment to diversity and the way that our Change Maker values are embedded across our programmes, helping our students to fulfil their potential, contribute to research with real impact, and make a tangible difference for their future employers.”