You'll be taught by highly experienced lecturers and also benefit from guest speakers, group exercises and online learning to ensure that you can fit the course around your other commitments. You'll create a project that tackles a marketing problem and present this to a panel of experts in your final week.
You'll have the opportunity to attend networking events and employer talks, which may fall outside of teaching hours, depending on availability.
You’ll be taught through a combination of face-to-face and online teaching and will receive between two and four hours of teaching Monday-Thursday between 10am and 3pm. There'll be no sessions on Fridays. It's necessary to attend every session over the ten weeks in order to get the most out of the qualification.
During the ten weeks there'll be opportunities for you to take part in mentoring sessions and 1-2-1s. In-person teaching will take place at Newton Park campus.
It's important to note that you're expected to spend a number of hours outside of teaching on independent and group study to support your learning. Your lecturers will support you with reading activities to do during your independent study.