Warwick Business School is the UK equivalent of which American universities? Watch
I am interested in the MSc Finance program at Warwick Business School. One of the key reasons being I have really smart friends who went there and said many good things about it (e.g. the reputation, representative). But since I studied in the US, I don't know much about UK universities and hope you can help me put things in perspective.
From my own assessment, Oxford/Cambridge are like the UK equivalents of Harvard/Stanford, LSE is like University of Chicago, Imperial is like MIT and LBS is like Wharton.
How about Warwick? Is it fair to say it is like the American Kellogg?
I've read a lot of the forums here and while many say WBS is a top, target school in business/finance, some say it is overrated.
Your help is much appreciated!
Maybe Princepieman can offer a more informed opinion.
Berkeley-Haas, MIT-Sloan, Chicago-Booth, Northwestern-Kellogg, INSEAD, Dartmouth-Tuck, Columbia, [/b]LBS[/b]
- gap -
Yale-SOM, Duke-***ua, NYU-Stern, IMD-Switzerland, IE Spain,
Cornell-Johnson, Michigan-Ross, Virginia-Darden, Cambridge-Judge, Oxford-Said, HEC-Paris
- small gap -
ESADE, Warwick, UCLA-Andersen, Texas-Austin, Georgetown-McDonough, Imperial-Tanaka
- small gap -
Rice, Emory, Vanderbilt, Washington-Olin, Cranfield, Manchester and so on.
It's a top 15 in the world, for pre-professional category.