Warwick Business School joins MCA Associate Membership Scheme

The MCA is delighted to announce that Warwick Business School has joined the MCA’s Associate Membership scheme. 

Part of the University of Warwick, Warwick Business School (WBS) has an international reputation for top quality education and research in management and business, offering a variety of courses covering undergraduate, postgraduate, MBA, doctoral and executive education. 

Professor Andy Lockett, Dean of Warwick Business School, commented: 

Warwick Business School is delighted to be joining the Management Consultancies Association. It will allow the school to build an even greater network with the consulting industry, which is a popular route for our students once they have graduated. 

WBS is consistently ranked among the top business schools in the UK by the Financial Times and The Economist and as such attracts top students from all over the world. Our world-class research also means our academics are much sought after by companies and policymakers for their knowledge and expertise. 

We already have a great relationship with key players in the consulting industry and we look forward to building on this and meeting more members. 

Tamzen Isacsson, Chief Executive of the MCA added: 

 We are delighted that Warwick Business School has joined the MCA’s Associate Membership scheme. The MCA is committed to promoting the value of consulting to clients, government, society and those considering a career in consulting, and we look forward to working with WBS to promote the profession to the next generation of consultants.

More information on WBS can be found at www.wbs.ac.uk. 

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Media Contact:

Caroline Florence (caroline.florence@mca.org.uk / Tel: 0207 645 7959)

Notes to Editors

The Management Consultancies Association (MCA):

The MCA is the representative body for the UK’s leading management consulting firms. For over 60 years, the MCA has been the voice of the consulting industry, promoting the value of consulting to business, the public sector, media commentators and the general public. The MCA’s mission is to promote the value of management consultancy for the economy and society as a whole. The MCA’s member companies comprise over 50% of the UK consulting industry work with over 90 of the top FTSE 100 companies and almost all parts of the public sector. The UK consulting industry is amongst the best in the world and a vital part of the business landscape. See the full list of current MCA members.

Compliance with the MCA’s tough entry criteria and adherence to the principles of Consulting Excellence means that MCA member companies are widely acknowledged to provide high quality services to their clients. Many of their achievements are recognised in the annual MCA Awards.