Warwick Business School (WBS) is part of the prestigious University of Warwick. Founded in 1967 as Warwick School of Industrial and Business Studies, it offers more than 10 undergraduate programs, 15 postgraduate programs, a full-time MBA as well as a PhD.
WBS opened a second campus in The Shard Tower in London, the largest tower in the European Union, in September 2014 to teach its MSc Finance, MSc Human Resource Management and Employment Relations programmes.
Warwick Business School has a global reputation for excellence and this is shown through its superb performances in league tables.
Warwick has one of the largest ranges of campus accommodation in the UK. You can live in flats or Halls of Residence, with en-suite or shared bathroom facilities, and a limited amount of same-sex accommodation also available.
Warwick Business School is located on a beautiful campus in the centre of England, within an hour of London and only 20 minutes from Birmingham Airport. The school also have a campus located on the 17th floor of the 87-storey Shard, which is in the heart of London Bridge, one of London's most exciting quarters.
The Warwick campus provides a variety of day-to-day facilities and services for students. The area around the piazza and Students' Union building are the central shopping spots where you can find a supermarket, banks, post office, pharmacy, bookshop and hairdressers.
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