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Our full-time study mode is an intensive 12-month route to the Warwick MBA. Because it's short, you're able to progress more quickly in your career. We recognise the need for you to get back to work quickly after a year out. Our careers team will work with you throughout the year to achieve this. Added to the Practice of Management, which enables you to act as a consultant to a real organisation, our core modules ensure you gain a well-rounded business education. You will also learn a foreign language, crucial for international business credibility, during the programme. We believe an international perspective is one of the most important elements of our programme. Extending your studies by three months for an international exchange opportunity, completing a company internship in the project term, or simply taking an elective module outside the UK, allows you to experiment with a new sector, environment, or country. The full-time study mode starts at the end of September each year. It runs for 12 months and is taught during normal working hours, Monday to Friday. However, there is some weekend and evening working as well as your assignments to complete in your own time. You can apply to us at any time, but your application should arrive by the end of July in the year you want to start your studies. One of our main objectives is to prepare you for an international career. Take the opportunity to broaden your experience and spend some time overseas. It's a great way to immerse yourself in another culture, practise your language skills, and boost your CV. You might choose to study elective modules at one of our partner business schools. Usually these are available on a five-day modular basis. If you have a particular interest in an organisation, country, or culture, you might also choose to undertake your management consultancy project in an organisation based overseas. About 20 percent of our full-time participants spend three months on exchange studying in another country, either during the programme or immediately after it. Exchange places are limited, and people are chosen on a merit basis based on academic performance and whether they will be a good ambassador for WBS. Exchanges take place at a variety of different times of year, depending on where you choose to attend. Many students undertake their exchange at the end of the Warwick MBA, extending their programme to 15 months in total. Exchanges are often conducted in partnership with Partnership in International Management (PiM), a global network of 54 top business schools. We'll give you a solid foundation for excellence in management and leadership through seven carefully chosen essential modules. You will be taught using a variety of methods including lectures, case studies, models, visits, simulations, and syndicate group-work. You will also have the opportunity to complete online assessments to monitor your own progress. Core modules: Accounting & Financial Management Economics of the Business Environment Market Analysis Modelling & Analysis for Management Operations Management Organisational Behaviour Strategic Advantage Full-time participants also complete The Practice of Management, a practical work-based module. Elective modules Six elective modules offer you the opportunity to focus your study in areas of particular personal interest. Consultancy project & dissertation Towards the end of your study programme, you will undertake a management consultancy project focusing on a real strategic problem facing your own organisation or that of a client. This will form the basis of your dissertation.

Our full-time study mode is an intensive 12-month route to the Warwick MBA. Because it's short, you're able to progress more quickly in your career. We recognise the need for you to get back to work quickly after a year out. Our careers team will work with you throughout the year to achieve this. Added to the Practice of Management, which enables you to act as a consultant to a real organisation,...

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