MSc Strategic Marketing*
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- MSc Strategic Marketing* Programme Structure
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This MSc Strategic Marketing* programme has been designed by London School of Business & Finance (LSBF).
This course has been designed for marketing professionals who wish to develop their strategic awareness within both a national and international context. It is also ideal for marketing graduates who wish to begin their careers at a far higher level, or for professionals coming from different industry sectors but with a strong interest in marketing.
No matter from which direction you approach it, our MSc Strategic Marketing programme is a fast-track to a wealth of career opportunities. It provides the knowledge and skills you need to move directly into outstanding roles, organisations and entrepreneurial ventures.
This programme places emphasis on creating and retaining customer engagement at a leadership level. This includes the core modules: Strategic Marketing Management, Consumer Behaviour and Research, and Integrated Marketing Communications.
LSBF lecturers bring years of industry experience straight to the classroom, and content will be delivered through lectures, seminars, guided self-study, and analysis of case studies. We also use workshops and group projects to ensure you are exposed to the complexities of real-world business problems. This will culminate in the completion your dissertation, which focuses on an area of your choosing.
You can also fit your Marketing Master around your life: learn full-time or part-time at one of our modern UK campuses in London, Manchester or Birmingham.
Students on this programme come from all over the world, and from a wide range of backgrounds. As a result, you will share a rich variety of experiences and learn much about other cultures.
The average age of previous MSc Strategic Marketing students is 26.6 years, with 56% of these students being female and 43% male.
From 204 MSc Strategic Marketing students (campus and online)
Campus intakes: Sep 2010, Jan 2011, Apr 2011
Online intakes: Apr 2011, Jul 2011, Sep 2011, Jan 2012
*Subject to validation