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The Econsultancy MSc and me: a graduate's point of view [infographic]

Recently, Econsultancy announced the news that over 90% of the latest graduates from its MSc programmes in Digital Marketing Communications and Internet Retailing achieved a merit or higher.

I can proudly say that I am one of these graduates. As I was recently asked to recount my MSc experience, I thought it would be of interest to those of you considering applying.

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Raising the bar: Econsultancy's graduating class of 2011 builds on last year's success

Econsultancy's qualifications team is chuffed to bits to hear the news that this year's MSc in Digital Marketing Communications graduates not only achieved their qualifications, but aced them.

Out of the five candidates, three were awarded merits, whilst Daniel Tomlinson (Trutex) and Lucy von Weber (South West Wales Tourism Partnership) achieved the MSc's first distinctions. The university described all this year's dissertations as outstanding and we're inclined to agree!

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Top of the class: Econsultancy's first MSc graduates receive their awards

After three years of intensive study, Econsultancy’s first graduates received their MSc awards this week, making them the first in the world to gain a postgraduate degree in Digital Marketing Communications.

Graduates

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Media companies need to bring digital expertise in-house

Print publishers are perfectly positioned to make the most out of the digital publishing revolution. So why have so many legacy media companies struggled to maximise the opportunities that digital offers?

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Econsultancy gets two new digital MSc programmes accredited

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.

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