The University of Warwick

 


  • Consistently ranked as one of the UK's top ten universities. 
  • Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) was founded in 1980 by Kumar Bhattacharyya to develop collaboration between the education and research sectors and industry. As a reward for his outstanding work in this regard, he became, in 2004, 'Lord Bhattacharyya'. 
  • A major aspect of the work of WMG has been the development of educational programmes, including a full suite of full-time masters' programmes. WMG has a number of overseas centres, including, since 2011, Eastern Mediterranean University, Cyprus. In 2009 WMG was awarded the Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education.

 Learn more at the UK WMG Home Pages.

Eastern Mediterranean University is an official overseas centre for The University of Warwick WMG MSc Courses. We currently run the WMG MSc courses in both Engineering Business Management and Supply Chain and Logistics Management.  Students studying at the EMU Centre are fully registered as Warwick WMG students, and are awarded exactly the same degree as students studying in the UK. Students at the EMU Centre also have the option to take two modules in the UK or at any other WMG Overseas Centre with no further tuition charge.