Other sections in Marketing:
Academically stretching degrees that prepare you for the changing demands of global business.
Originally, marketing was concerned with our basic needs and the use of expertise to deliver the right products, with the right packaging and promotion, to the right place at the right price and time.
In an internet-connected world, the application of marketing principles to politics, culture and consumption has become far more sophisticated and creates new demands for relevant knowledge, skills and expertise. Helping you acquire these skills is at the heart of our degrees.
Working with some of Europe’s leading academics and managers offers you the opportunity to develop your practical skills and conceptual capabilities and become a key player in the world of marketing, advertising, and online communications. Whichever programme you select, the research-led teaching that informs your degree will provide practical and real-world examples and experiences for you to explore with your tutors.
Our graduates have an excellent record of employment, and obtain challenging and fulfilling posts with blue chip organisations, major advertising and media agencies, as well as a host of other business, government, and charitable organisations.
Research-led teaching provides practical and real-world examples and experiences
Our graduates have an excellent record of employment.
Opportunity to study overseas, including Canada, the USA, Singapore, Hong Kong, New Zealand, and Australia.
Our Advertising and Marketing majors do final-year projects working with agencies based in London or Manchester.
Many students take up work placements and internships overseas or in the UK.
Flexibility and module choices to tailor your studies to your interests.
An exciting range of degrees in Marketing, Advertising and Design, including four-year courses with a year abroad or with a placement in industry.
Also available with Study Abroad (N502)
Also available with Study Abroad (N504)
Our degrees are designed to help you switch the focus of your studies as your interests develop. We understand that committing yourself to a particular degree when you haven't studied it before is a big decision, so your first year, known as Part I, doesn't count towards your final degree. At the end of this year, you will have experienced different subjects which will help you to make a clearer decision about what to you want to study for the rest of your degree, known as Part II.
On most of our degrees, you have the option of doing a placement year. For some, the placement is an integral part of the degree, but on most of our other degrees you can also take an optional placement year.
If you’re able to take that extra year, you’re likely to find it very beneficial. The experience will give your employment prospects a huge boost – you will not find it hard to secure interviews for graduate jobs.
A prize of £1200 is awarded every year to the best final year student on the BSc Marketing and Design. The prize, called the Blueprint Scholarship Award, is funded by Blueprint Interiors, a company set up by a LUMS graduate.
BSc Marketing, 2016
BSc Marketing Management, 2014
BSc Marketing, 2014
BSc Marketing, 2013
BSc Marketing Management, 2013
BSc Marketing with Psychology, 2013