The best marketers realise that you never stop learning. That’s why we offer qualifications at four different levels – ensuring you gain the skills and competencies that employers expect from you as your career progresses. Depending where you are in your career, we have a qualification to help you.
So what are your next steps if you have just finished one of our qualifications?
Finished your Introductory Certificate?
Now you have a taste for marketing and some of the basic skills that employers expect, it’s time to gain the practical skills you’ll need to execute tactical marketing activity and take on more marketing responsibility. The Professional Certificate in Marketing can help you do this.
Visit the Professional Certificate page on the main site for more information
Finished your Professional Certificate?
If you looking to move up to marketing management the Professional Diploma is the qualification which can help you get there. At this level there’s a greater emphasis on marketing planning, project management and constructing and influencing a team to deliver effective marketing campaigns.
Visit the Professional Diploma page on the main site for more information.
Finished your Professional Diploma?
You’ve set you sights on Senior Management and are looking for a Masters level, specialist, qualification to demonstrate your credibility. The Chartered Postgraduate Diploma is the qualification you need. It’s an in-depth, challenging, two stage qualification that tests strategic knowledge.
Visit the Chartered Postgraduate Diploma page on the main site for more information.
Finished your Postgraduate Diploma?
Following completion of the Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing there are many Masters Degrees in Marketing or MBA’s which you may want to complete. We have put together a list of Universities that offer entry to their qualifications to students who have finished our Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing.
Some of these Universities only offer entry but a significant number also offer Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) which allows exemption from a significant proportion of the course. Masters courses have 180 credits (approximately 60 credits per term) and many admission officers allow the first or second term to be eliminated and students then only have to complete some research training and a dissertation or project to obtain the Masters qualification. These Universities are highlighted in the document.
*Please note: This list is for general guidance and does not guarantee entry onto these courses. It is common practice for Universities to consider each application on its merits and also require students to meet requirements relating to English Language appropriate to the level of study.