Is Warwick Business School hard to get into? Let’s look at some statistics to understand the question better.
Warwick enjoys a pretty respectable position in the latest Financial Times MBA ranking. FT ranks the Warwick MBA in the top 4 in the UK (just after LBS, Cambridge and Oxford), top 10 in Europe and top 50 in the world.
The average GMAT score is 660. The average age is 30 years and the average work experience is 8 years. This means the students have spent a substantial amount of time working in mid-to-senior roles before they apply.
This pre-MBA experience coupled with the new skills and qualification reflect in the placement statistics. Warwick MBA grads get a high average salary of over $95,000 with an average bonus of $17,000 and $13,000 in other benefits.
Though their average GMAT may seem lower than the top programs in the United states, the Warwick Business School is not easy to get into.
Delhi-based entrepreneur, Prashant Jha, had tried his luck for several years to get into a good MBA program. His biggest hurdle was his low GMAT score of 640.