Warwick Business School (WBS)
At WBS, we welcome students, faculty, staff and corporate partners who embody our Change Maker values, and have a passionate drive to make a positive difference in the world of business and beyond. Our faculty of research and teaching academics are constantly striving for excellence in everything they do, from the latest ground-breaking research to inspiring our students.
In addition to the University of Warwick-GREAT Scholarships, there are £6million+ of WBS Scholarships available for MBA and MSc postgraduate courses. For more information please see here
Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG)
WMG is one of the largest academic departments at the University of Warwick. Our depth of expertise spans a range of subject areas from cyber-security, intelligent vehicles, and digital manufacturing, all the way through to healthcare technology, innovation, entrepreneurship, and business management.
Academic excellence with industrial relevance has always been central to our course design. Our fourteen MSc courses provide a management education with real-world application, and are designed both to meet the needs of global industry, and the individuals aspiring to drive innovation, productivity and profitability in a global business environment. With access to world-class facilities and industry experts, this is where students transform as professionals in their chosen fields.
WMG is a pioneer in academic-industrial collaboration, pushing the boundaries of technology and transferring knowledge into local, national, and global organisations.
In addition to the University of Warwick-GREAT Scholarships, WMG have £750,000 of scholarships available for 2022 entry.
Warwick Law School
Established in 1968, now with over 1000 students and 70 full-time staff, we have evolved into one of the leading Law Schools in the UK. Our teaching standards and research quality consistently receive high ratings, and we maintain a strong research culture with all staff actively researching in their preferred areas.
Over the last 40 years we have developed a contextual approach to legal education which avoids treating the law as if it can be separated from other aspects of society. Students examine the impact of economic, cultural and political change on law and consider how it affects life beyond the court-room and the lawyer's office, as well as studying legal judgments and statutes.
We encourage a comparative and international perspective on law which influences our undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Our staff and student body reflects this perspective, with students from twenty or more countries studying here at any one time, and teaching staff with varied backgrounds and extensive international experience or research interests.
In addition to the University of Warwick-GREAT Scholarships, there are other scholarship opportunitites in this department.