Master of Marketing University of Newcastle - UON

4.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Ranked #17 in our University Rankings
Masters Degree
1.5 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

A Master of Marketing from the University of Newcastle equips graduates with marketing knowledge and skills to plan and execute marketing strategies and tactics for organisations in the not-for-profit, government and private sectors. The program is comprehensive, contemporary and practical, developing your professional expertise in the processes and application of modern marketing.

The Master of Marketing can be studied face-to-face at the Newcastle City Precinct, online or a combination of the two. Allowing you to balance your professional and personal life and study at a time and pace that suits you.


Specialisation in particular aspects of marketing is also offered which draw upon the research strengths of the academics, with focus placed on

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The Master of Marketing program will provide you with depth of knowledge of contemporary marketing issues and simultaneously build your skills in analysing...

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Student Reviews

August 2018
Year completed 2008

Positives: one year course, can get degree very quickly

Negatives: too many international students with poor English, hard to have high quality group work

My advice to future students is: get some experience before you do master degree

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