If you’re interested in studying at a business school in the UK, the best way to learn about your options is through students who have done it before. Here we will check out some students’ stories from Warwick Business School in the UK.
Warwick Business School (WBS) is a leading international business school. Offering both bachelor’s and master’s programmes, WBS has separated itself from other UK business schools for many of its outstanding qualities: a focus on student diversity and global outlook, high quality facilities and teaching, as well as its investment in state-of-the-art technology.
These undergraduate students and alumni share what makes WBS stand out against other business schools in the UK:
Cassylda Augusto Rodrigues – BSc Management graduate
“The University of Warwick was always on my radar as a university that I always knew I wanted to attend. Two of my mentors had gone on to study at Warwick and wouldn’t stop talking about the plethora of opportunities available to them, how great the environment was and how they knew I would love it as my university. They both went on to achieve great things, and I was determined to follow in their footsteps.”
Unrivalled career support
Hassan Siddiqui – BSc Accounting & Finance graduate
“For me, what sets WBS apart is the WBS CareersPlus team who are highly experienced. They hold drop-in clinics twice a week and you can book individual appointments with them if you want to discuss something in detail. Personally, the advice from the careers team was instrumental in me securing my dream graduate job with PwC, one of the Big 4 professional firms, as they gave me a great idea of what to expect during my assessment centre and what qualities to display while there.”
Shubh Mehta – BSc Management student graduate
“At WBS, I had the opportunity to discuss and learn from real-life case studies from the financial world. The finance pathway that I chose to study as a part of my undergraduate degree enabled me to explore the world of finance and has allowed me to relate various topics to what I see and read in the Financial Times. The flexibility of my course was hugely important to me when deciding which university to attend, as I knew it would allow me to keep my career options open, and my degree has provided me with an infinite number of opportunities for my future career.”
The bottom line: At WBS, the undergraduate courses will prepare you for your future career.
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