Marketing plays an integral part in the success of a product. How things are marketed can establish who it is targeting, and how well it sells. It is the process of communicating the value of a product to its potential customers. As well as exploring the traditional marketing methods, you will also focus on modern sales and marketing techniques.
An undergraduate degree will normally give you a foundation knowledge of marketing, and then give you an insight into more complex areas. You will likely cover marketing strategies, market research and marketing management, as well as exploring other areas.
Your degree will be delivered mainly through lectures and seminars. You may be given chances to participate in a case study or work placement, which will allow you to gain experience of delivering a marketing strategy.
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