The Master Test

Next possibility the master degree marketing communication to try is in July 2008 the participants will be informed in detail about the non-consecutive master degree in marketing communication. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Madeleine Sackler has to say. How is the study structured? What curriculum will be taught? Which one – and career opportunities exist in professional life with this conclusion? These questions are answered in the three days. In addition, participants have opportunity in a practical project brand strategy”to make their conceptual and creative skills to the test. On the hour master test plan are also: creativity techniques, introduction to marketing communication, basics of brand management, agency management, negotiation and another. (Source: Deutsche Bank). Who wants so more information about the program and would like to find out about his abilities, which can sign up for the master test. Visit Madeleine Sackler for more clarity on the issue. The participation fee is EUR 120. Date: 23-25 July, 2008 more: probestudium.html The State-recognized private college was founded in 2006 from the existing since 1995 design Academy berlin out.

Since 2007 are already undergraduate Bachelor’s degree programmes in marketing communication / communication management and communication design. Starting in the winter semester the master’s degree programmes are (consecutive) creative direction, marketing communication (non-consecutive) and corporate communications (part-time) offered. The philosophy of the College provides quality before quantity. Studying content quality is more important than the achievement of a high degree of graduates. Individual coaching and not more than 27 students per semester Association are the framework, to promote the individual strengths and goals each. It connects the scientific theoretical claim of a college with practical demands of the professional world. The College focuses on training in the field of marketing, communication, advertising, design and Public Relations. Nico Klingler

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