MSc Marketing prospects in UK


Hello,
I am an MBA. I want to further my career in marketing. I am planning to do an MSc in Marketing from any prestigious business school in UK.
I want to ask the career prospects for MSc Marketing in UK. I would be taking a loan for my studies. So would I be able to repay the laon from earnings in UK?

Regards,
Sammar Ellahi

Hello,
I am an MBA. I want to further my career in marketing. I am planning to do an MSc in Marketing from any prestigious business school in UK.
I want to ask the career prospects for MSc Marketing in UK. I would be taking a loan for my studies. So would I be able to repay the laon from earnings in UK?

Regards,
Sammar Ellahi
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Finlay

Hello Sammar,

I would look into the following schools for Marketing in the UK:

Imperial College Business School
London Business School (LBS)
University of Oxford - Saïd Business School
University of Birmingham - Birmingham Business School London Metropolitan University (London Met)

Hello Sammar,

I would look into the following schools for Marketing in the UK:

Imperial College Business School
London Business School (LBS)
University of Oxford - Saïd Business School
University of Birmingham - Birmingham Business School London Metropolitan University (London Met)
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Hi Sammar, Finlay's suggestions are great! Imperial College Business School recently launched an MSc Strategic Marketing programme aimed at graduates with a business background and a passion for marketing. Learning is largely focused around digital media, in particular social media with student assignments being relayed and submitted digitally rather than on paper. Websites will also be used in a learning context, with students being required to develop a website as part of the program. I know they have a number of info session planned(both online and offline) so search their website for more details.

Hi Sammar, Finlay's suggestions are great! Imperial College Business School recently launched an MSc Strategic Marketing programme aimed at graduates with a business background and a passion for marketing. Learning is largely focused around digital media, in particular social media with student assignments being relayed and submitted digitally rather than on paper. Websites will also be used in a learning context, with students being required to develop a website as part of the program. I know they have a number of info session planned(both online and offline) so search their website for more details.
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Duncan

Both Lancaster and Cranfield have strong masters in marketing. I don't see any reason to consider London Met.

Both Lancaster and Cranfield have strong masters in marketing. I don't see any reason to consider London Met.
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Mamit

are you looking particularly in London or any where in UK

are you looking particularly in London or any where in UK
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Sparks

Firstly, if you already have an MBA, then an MSc might not help you. Some employers would consider you over qualified academically. Marketing is a little theory and a lot of practice. You would be out-competed in the UK by people with work experience. My advice would be to use your MBA to get a marketing job. Check our Marketing Week for jobs and what experience is sought:
http://jobs.marketingweek.co.uk/

Secondly, if you want to work in marketing in the UK, check out the Chartered Institute of Marketing's qualifications. Ideally, you should seek to get a marketing job and get a CIM qualification whilst you work.

Finally, neither Oxford nor LBS offer an MSc in marketing, as far as I recall,

Hope this helps. Good luck!

Firstly, if you already have an MBA, then an MSc might not help you. Some employers would consider you over qualified academically. Marketing is a little theory and a lot of practice. You would be out-competed in the UK by people with work experience. My advice would be to use your MBA to get a marketing job. Check our Marketing Week for jobs and what experience is sought:
http://jobs.marketingweek.co.uk/

Secondly, if you want to work in marketing in the UK, check out the Chartered Institute of Marketing's qualifications. Ideally, you should seek to get a marketing job and get a CIM qualification whilst you work.

Finally, neither Oxford nor LBS offer an MSc in marketing, as far as I recall,

Hope this helps. Good luck!
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