Eu Applicant: €7,500 payable over 2 years
Non-EU Applicants: €12,000
Digital Marketing allows companies to connect with and understand their customers in the newest and most exciting of ways. It can be thought of as a set of strategies and tools that, due to their reach and measurability, offers a vibrant complement to traditional marketing.
Over the last few years, more and more companies have shifted their Marketing Budgets towards Digital Marketing. With this trend set to continue, and an ever-widening set of tools available, CIT offers an innovative Masters in Digital Marketing Strategy programme.
CIT has developed a strong track record in providing short Digital Marketing programmes over the last few years and has found the level of expertise and insight developed through such programmes to be unparalleled.
The Masters in Digital Marketing Strategy is aimed at those working in traditional and digital marketing or those aspiring towards a senior position that requires a solid foundation in multiple aspects of Digital Marketing. Progress through the programme is designed to carefully develop essential skills to a point of expertise in the context of an overall strategic perspective.
CIT’s panel of lecturers has substantial commercial experience, and is drawn from a range of local, national and international companies that lead the way in digital marketing. This innovative Masters programme will deliver students who are at the forefront of knowledge pertaining to digital marketing strategy and digital leadership.
The course is delivered at CIT’s Bishopstown campus. All assessment is by project work, reports and similar mechanisms; there are no final terminal exams.
No of weeks per semester: 13
No of timetabled hours per week: 12 Which days: Monday to Friday
Duration: 1 Year (3 semesters)
Semester 1: 4 Saturdays and 15 Tuesday evenings (Semester 1 comprises the Certificate in Digital Marketing)
Semester 2: 6 Saturdays and 15 Wednesday evenings
Semester 3: 6 Saturdays and 15 Wednesday evenings
Semester 4: Independent Research activity with Supervision support from CIT