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Strathclyde Business School
Department of Marketing

The Department of Marketing

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We are one of the earliest seats of excellence and leadership in marketing education, and we are committed to producing top quality graduates and internationally excellent research that is useful to our students, practitioners and policy makers. Please click here for more 'about us'.
     

Our Programmes


Study for an Honours Degree or a Joint Honours Degree in Marketing.

MSc Marketing

For graduates of any background planning a career in Marketing.

MSc International Marketing

For graduates with a degree in Business or Marketing planning an International Marketing career.

MSc Tourism Marketing Management
For graduates of any background planning a career in Tourism Marketing.

Our Research

The Department of Marketing is committed to supporting and engaging in excellent research which can generate real benefits for business, the education and learning experiences of our students and, society more broadly.

The department is proud to be home to a vibrant, lively community of researchers who work collaboratively within and across our key areas of research.

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Industry Links

We have very strong links with commerce and industry and with public and third sector organizations in both the UK and abroad. Our portfolio of services include research/consulting projects; placements/ internships; Knowledge Transfer Partnerships; and Management Development programmes. Find out more about our industry and external links here.

   

Internationalisation

We have links in over 100 countries via our international programmes, student/staff exchanges, international collaborations, and students and staff, past and present.

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