The Warwick Business School (WBS) has been ranked as the fifth best business school in the UK by The Financial Times.
The Financial Times assess business schools throughout Europe on their combined performance across the main rankings of programmes they have published during the year.
This includes the Master of Business Administration (MBA), executive MBA, masters in management and non-degree executive education programmes.
They also consider other data such as the average salaries, the increase in salary its graduates see three years after finishing their degree, and the percentage of graduates in work three months after finishing school.
Fifth in the UK, the WBS has also been ranked by The Financial Times as the 22nd best in of Europe, having dropped from 19th best in 2015.
The business school definitely deserves it’s high ranking, and it equips you for the business world in every way.
Fiona Adu, third-year Accounting and Finance student
This comes at a time when the WBS is receiving increasing international recognition. In October, the WBS’s full-time MBA was ranked as number 1 in the UK by The Economist.
The Financial Times ranked London Business School as the top business school in the UK, as well as first in Europe.
This is The Financial Times’ 13th annual ranking of European business schools.
Warwick Law and Business Society commented: “We believe that the ranking is a well-deserved representation of WBS’ commitment to excellence, both in its internal functioning and external relations.
We enjoy WBS’ supportive alliance with our society, both financially and logistically, even though we are technically a merger of two academic disciplines.’
Fiona Adu, a third-year Accounting and Finance student, said: “The business school definitely deserves it’s high ranking, and it equips you for the business world in every way. It’s not an easy ride, but the quality degree you get at the end is worth it.”