When the School of Industrial and Business Studies at Warwick University was founded in 1967, it became the Warwick Business School (WBS). Every year, the institution is ranked well in global business school and MBA Globally rankings. Its graduates work in upper-class jobs in corporations as well as in governmental and academic institutions worldwide.
In addition to undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree programs, the Business School also provides a non-degree executive education program for individuals and companies. In addition to the one-year full-time program, the Warwick MBA is also available as an Executive MBA and via distance education.
Warwick Business School is a nonmetropolitan greenfield campus on the border between Coventry and Warwickshire. The Warwick Business School London campus is housed in the Shard Tower, one of the highest skyscrapers in the European Union.