Despite Brexit, business schools in the UK remain just as popular—if not even more popular—than ever before. And if you’ve considered Britain for your MBA, you will have heard of Imperial College Business School in London, and Warwick Business School farther out in England.
After all, both schools have strong international reputations and places in key rankings tables. Warwick has the edge in The Economist’s list, placing 18th globally, while Imperial is not ranked. Warwick also trumps Imperial in the Financial Times’ Global MBA Ranking, placing 36th ahead of Imperial in 39th place globally.
But what are the other important differences that candidates should take into account when weighing up their school choices?