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Marketing Durham University

Department name
Durham Business School
Qualification, duration, mode
Months of entry
Entry requirements
A good university first degree.
Information for International Students
English Language requirements include an IELTS score of 7.0 overall with no element under 6.0.
Course description
Our Masters programmes are designed as generalist, career-entry degrees. The curriculum covers the relevant theoretical, conceptual and practical aspects of business and management before allowing you to specialise in your particular chosen area. More importantly, our innovative and flexible part-time delivery mode allows you to gain a world-class management education without having to forgo your job and salary.

Our Part-time Masters programme offers genuine flexibility and choice, with a format that puts you in control of your pace of study. The foundation of the programme is our long-established distance-learning mode of delivery, integrating textbooks and Durham-authored learning materials with online seminars, podcasts and our state-of-the-art virtual learning platform. For those seeking a more intensive real-time learning experience, however, our optional block-taught residential modules allow you to interact with faculty and peers in the classroom here in Durham and to accelerate your degree completion. Whether you take the minimum 18 months or elect to study for up to 4 years, this is your opportunity to blend the Masters experience that best suits your individual needs and to fit your learning around your life.

Course Structure: 7 core modules, 2 elective modules, a 12,000 word dissertation.

Assessment is via examinations and a dissertation.
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Durham Business School
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(0)191 334 5120
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