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I’m excited to say that we can now offer two new masters programmes to add to our established MSc in Digital Marketing Communications. We’ve been working on them for about a year now, making sure that they are both academically sound and fulfil the needs of the digital industry. We were delighted when the assessment panel passed them both on Tuesday.

The MSc in Digital Publishing and the MSc in Internet Retailing are both part-time programmes. Year one leads to a Postgraduate Certificate level award, year two to a Postgraduate Diploma level award, while completion of a dissertation leads to the MSc award.
We hope that in time, these qualifications will become the de facto awards for future leaders in these vital sectors just as our MSc in Digital Marketing Communications has been gaining industry recognition for being the most challenging (and rewarding) programme out there for digital marketers.
We’re taking applications for all three, and although final deadlines are not until the end of July, spaces are limited, so please do get your application in sooner rather than later. We can also run the programmes in-house if you have a larger team to train. 
If you would like to speak to anyone about the programmes then call Viv on 0207 681 4099 or e-mail training@econsultancy.com.

Craig Hanna

Published 19 May, 2009 by Craig Hanna

Craig Hanna is a contributor to Econsultancy. You can follow him on Twitter.

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