This is a spanish citizen of 32 years old currently doing some research on Masters in Marketing both in North America and Europe.
I've worked for 5 years in car dealers doing sales & marketing and most recently worked in the marketing department of an automotive brand.
My desire is to gain a strategic vision of marketing and finding a program that enables me to land a marketing comms role preferably within a well recognized automotive manufacturer . My aim is to gain further expertise in key areas of marketing: marketing strategy and planning, marketing communications and branding, digital marketing...
My long term objective is to become a marketing leader in the auto industry.
My dilemma is:
Should I apply for a MSc in Marketing or waiting some years and going for an Executive MSc in Marketing? Is there any part-time program suited to professionals?
These are the options I am considering based on several factors: school reputation, job prospects, career service, quality,etc:
- USA: Georgetown, UT Dallas, NYU, Northwestern
- Europe: Esade, Cranfield, Warwick, UCD, Imperial
Please note that many of these programs are mostly oriented to recent graduates so I won't probably be a good fit. Taking into consideration my profile, what would be your recommendation?
After graduation I would like to work either in Canada, US or UK. FYI have not included any MSc from Canada as the offer is very poor in this type of degrees (don't know the reason).
Looking forward to your recommendations. If you need some more info please don't hesitate.
[Edited by Farray on Aug 10, 2017]