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I?d like to ask you if your school offers besides the classic MBA and Executive programmes, other ones, for young professionals who want to attend their career in the PR and Corporate Communication Area.
I have a two-year working experience by Ferrari Spa, Maranello as Publishing Account in the Communication Dept. of the Italian Company. My job is strictly project oriented, as it consists in supervising the whole process of creating product brochures, companies? books, corporate communication material, press kits, etc ( from the shooting session, to the act with ceative agencies, to the e final printing run and worldwide distribution) I?m 26 years old and I?m planning in a long term period (applying in Sept 2007) to attend an MBA or even better a communication-oriented post graduate study. I?d like to ask you if your school offers besides the classic MBA and Executive programmes, other ones, for young professionals who want to attend their career in the PR and Corporate Communication Area. It could be the perfect way, to bring economic and financial skills together with more communication-management oriented know-how.

Answer from Warwick Business School

The Warwick MBA is uniquely flexible, as it offers you a range of modules once you reach the elective stage that enable you to explore areas of specific interest whilst combining study methods to suit your individual circumstances. You don't mention whether or not you are interested in studying full-time or part-time, but whatever your chosen study mode, The Warwick MBA offers a number of electives that might interest you including Marketing Communications, Marketing Strategy, Information Strategy and so on. For more details, visit www.warwickmba.com or please do not hesitate to contact this office for more information

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Catherine Gordon
Assistant Manager, MBA Marketing & Recruitment
Warwick Business School
catherine.gordon@wbs.ac.uk

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