This intellectually challenging programme will help to create the marketing leaders of tomorrow. It will allow you to solve real problems and make the kind of informed decisions that can transform the marketing of your organisation. This Masters programme will provide you with an understanding of
the key marketing concepts, tools and techniques enabling you to add real value to your business
and advance your career in the process. The programme appeals to graduates in non-business
subjects who wish to develop a career in marketing and individuals who have business-related work experience and now wish to move into marketing, or upgrade their skills and decision-making capability in the discipline.
You’ll study issues of consumer behaviour, research and communications and the part they play in a coherent marketing programme. The programme will appeal equally to non-business graduates and marketing executives alike.
You can study the MSc in marketing by distance learning, the course is also offered by some of our Learning Partners; School of Business and Computer Science in Trinidad, and iCon in Greece.
Studying the MSc in Maketing.
Graduates with the MSc in Marketing.
You can study course-by-course and pay as you learn, or sign up for two or three courses at once. Our fees are flexible.
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You may be entitled to exemptions from core and elective courses on our masters programmes.
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We offer local examinations to all our students. Each course is assessed by a one three-hour examination. You can sit your exams in March, June, August and December.
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Typically you will hold a recognised first or second class honours degree, or equivalent professional qualification. But for those who don’t, entry can still be gained by passing three MSc courses in your subject and two other core courses.