Develop your business and analytical skills and take your first steps into the exciting world of marketing, with our BSc (Hons) Marketing degree in Peterborough. Whichever industry you want to work in, gaining a recognised marketing qualification is a sure-fire way to stand out from the crowd. By studying BSc (Hons) Marketing at ARU Peterborough, you’ll achieve a sound understanding of the terminology, concepts, principles, and techniques used in marketing. We’ll encourage you to pursue areas of particular interest, and to appreciate the importance of the social, political, ethical, technological, environmental, and global contexts in which today’s businesses – and marketers – operate. It’s perfect preparation for a career in this varied, fast-moving field. As well as looking at the principles and practice of marketing, our BSc (Hons) Marketing degree has a strong foundation in business and management. While studying at ARU Peterborough, you’ll evaluate markets as a method of resource allocation, ‘market failures’, and policy corrections, both product and factor markets. You’ll learn to deploy your knowledge and skills to design, implement and evaluate marketing strategies, and effectively use a range of marketing tools and techniques to deliver results. You will be able to devise credible solutions to organisational problems in a wide range of marketing contexts. You will also develop a comprehensive understanding of the principles and functions of management, including human resources, marketing, accounting, and finance, including knowledge and information management. One of the benefits of studying at ARU Peterborough is the opportunity to build strong networks with local employers, and work on real-world business challenges. Throughout the course you’ll find an emphasis on developing important transferable skills. These include analysing literature, communicating your theories and findings, and applying a variety of research techniques to the solution of business problems. As a graduate, you’ll be ready to apply your knowledge and skills in the world of business and marketing.
Year 1: Introduction to Financial Analysis and Management. Digital Business and Principles of Marketing. Global Business Environment and International Strategy. Organisational Behaviour. Introduction to Business Contracts and the Law. Year 2: Consumer Behaviour. Retail and Services Marketing. Ruskin Module. Entrepreneurial Practice. Project Management. Year 3: Strategic Brand Management. Sustainable Enterprise. Marketing Communications. Undergraduate Major Project
The assessments are designed to allow you to demonstrate what you’ve learned, and to make sure you’re developing the abilities and skills you need to complete the course. You can expect an interesting mix of coursework, essays, and activity-based assignments. Your assessments could include problem-solving activities, consultancy projects, presentations, and group or individual reports.
How to apply
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Points of entry
The following entry points are available for this course:
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If English not the first language, a certificated level of proficiency of at least IELTS 6.0 (Academic level) or equivalent EnglishLanguage qualification is expected to be demonstrated, as recognised by Anglia Ruskin University
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