University of London
Upon completing this degree, you will be ready to work in a range of marketing roles such as:
- Brand Ambassador
- Strategic Marketer
- Marketing Manager
- Campaign Designer
- Consumer Analyst
- Social Media Specialist
- Creative Manager
With credentials from a globally recognised institution, you will discover in-demand marketing opportunities at international companies, and fit easily into roles that collaborate across borders. By cultivating a global mindset after studying with learners around the world, you will be equipped to bring your new expertise to business sectors everywhere.
On-campus graduates from Royal Holloway’s School of Business and Management have gone on to work at various international companies, including Versace, Barclays, Nissan, Deloitte, Xerox and Goldman Sachs.
Alumni Network Benefits
Upon finishing a programme of study, graduates automatically become part of the University of London alumni community, a diverse global network of more than one million graduates. Among former students are seven Nobel Prize winners, including Nelson Mandela and Charles Kao, a pioneer in the development of fibre-optics.
Alumni are encouraged to keep in touch after they graduate and become active members of the alumni community; in return they receive a number of benefits and services, including an extensive programme of events and engagement opportunities, and the opportunity to become an Alumni Ambassador for the University of London.
Graduates of the central University of London can enroll in further courses with an alumni bursary of, in most cases, at least 10% off course fees. Find out more about the alumni bursary.
Find out more about alumni benefits on the University of London website.
The University of London understands the importance of enhancing employability. To ensure students and graduates are standout contenders in today’s competitive job market, we offer global, work-based learning opportunities within prestigious organisations and expert careers support to our students around the world.
The University of London works collaboratively with The Careers Group to provide bespoke careers resources, advice and support for our global student community. Our outstanding insight and understanding of what employers are looking for in potential employees is reflected in our approach, which incorporates a blend of practical skills and self-reflective exercises, empowering students to realise their career goals.
The University of London offers a range of online resources, including video tutorials in how to write an excellent CV and perform well in interviews, and live webinars encouraging you to recognise and reflect on your capabilities. Certain programmes include the opportunity for one-to-one careers advice.
Find out more about career support from the University of London.
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