Studying Marketing at a UK university will offer you transferable skills that are useful across a wide range of business sectors. The UK offers some of the most multicultural environments in the world to not only gain skills but make the international contacts that you will need in your career. Join this webinar to learn from the experts about the skills you will gain with a UK marketing degree in order to thrive in this this fast-paced and exciting sector.
Jonathan Williams, International Recruitment Manager, University of Portsmouth
Jonathan is Senior Global Officer at University of Portsmouth. I've been in this role since 2013 and previous to that my background is in English language teaching. I taught at the University of Liverpool, but also overseas in Costa Rica, Italy, and Spain. In my role at Portsmouth, I am responsible for the EU, but have also worked in the MENA region.
Undertaking a postgraduate Marketing qualification in the UK will help you on your way to becoming a marketing leader and someone that is skilful in strategic and tactical marketing decision making. You’ll grow your skills in research and consumer behaviour and digital marketing and develop your theoretical and practical approach, positioning you well to take up diverse career options and global opportunities post-study. Interested in finding out more? Come along to this webinar to hear from UK universities directly about what their Marketing courses have to offer.
If you have ambitious plans for a career in business, the UK is the best possible place to get the knowledge, skills and instincts in order to achieve your goals. Our business departments have excellent relationships with local firms and big brands, which will give you not only industry insights and connections but also work experience where you will be able to apply what you learn. Join this webinar to find out what it means to be a UK business graduate directly from the experts of top UK universities and business schools.
Senior Lecturer, School of Applied Management at University of Westminster
Senior Lecturer in Management at University of Sussex
Enrollment Director at Hult Business School
Head of Education, British Council Greece
Katerina Fegarou, Education Marketing Manager, British Council Greece
Katerina completed her tertiary education in the UK (holds a BA in Political Economy and MSc in Economics / Business Strategy). She joined the British Council Greece in 1997 and since then she has been dedicated in the promotion of the British education. Areas of her expertise are the British and Greek education markets and related policies, the provision of Trans-National education, the recognition of UK qualifications. Katerina oversees the relationship with the UK education counsellors and alumni associations in Greece.
The UK is home to hundreds of academically respected business schools and top business universities. Business studies includes a wide range of specialties at postgraduate level such as accountancy, finance, human resources management, marketing and many others, as well as multiple subject combinations. Join this session to learn more about the courses and the transferable skills you will acquire which can be applied anywhere, from multinational organisations to NGOs
International Officer at Edinburgh Napier University
International Officer at Edinburgh Napier University
Regional Manager, International Department at St Mary´s University, London
Marketing & Recruitment Manager I Postgraduate Portfolio, London Campus at ESCP Business School
Caroline Townley, International Officer, University of Manchester
Caroline is the Country Manager for EU, EEA & Eurasian markets at The University of Manchester. With over 10 years’ experience of working in Higher Education and recruitment in a range of organisations, Caroline is passionate about the benefits studying in the UK can offer. Having lived and worked abroad, Caroline has a particular focus on employability and the co-curriculum/activities outside of the classroom when advising students.
The UK has helped shape the face of modern economics, inspiring both how it’s applied in practice and how it’s taught around the globe. The UK is also home to three of the world’s best universities for economics. So, if you want to understand how – and why – money makes the world go round, there’s no better place to start your studies and give your career a kick-start. Through your degree in Economics you will develop knowledge and interdisciplinary skills that will help you achieve your career goals. Join this webinar to learn about Economics degree programmes, work experience and career prospects.
Warwick Economics Society's Summit Overall Coordinator at Warwick University
Dr Jiawen Li
Lecturer at Lancaster University
Abby Hannan, University of Warwick
Abby currently looks after Student Recruitment from Northern Europe but has been working in Higher Education at University of Warwick for 6 years and has previous experience in the workings of the central undergraduate admissions team as well as Warwick Business Schools undergraduate programme operations.
The UK has a unique heritage in the field of Economics and has helped to define our understanding of it in the modern age. Having studied postgraduate level Economics in the UK you could go on to become a dedicated economist, pursue roles as a financial risk analyst, investment analyst or political risk analyst, or go into accountancy or financial roles, such as stockbroking. Come along to this webinar to learn more about what a UK postgraduate qualification in Economics entails.
A Management degree from a UK university will provide you with the knowledge and skills to succeed as a manager of tomorrow in business, government and social enterprises around the world. You will develop a broad knowledge of business, finance, economics and marketing, as well as a range of practical skills and work experience, which you can apply to a broad range of professional and business environments.
Studying Management at postgraduate level in the UK prepares successful graduates for a range of high-flying future career prospects in management and leadership, whether your goal is to be a self-employed entrepreneur, work for a large multinational company or non-profit organisation. You will develop a strong understanding of business and international management, encountering important issues of the day including globalisation, sustainability and the use of technology. Having a postgraduate Management degree will help you to stand out from the crowd – find out more about the types of courses on offer in this webinar.
Ffion Bailey, Regional Manager, University of St Andrews
Ffion is the Regional Manager (Europe) at the University of St Andrews. She supports students who are interested in finding out more about the University, and as a graduate of St Andrews herself, she is happy to share her own experiences of the academic and student life.
Richmond, The American International University in London
A career in the financial services or related sectors of the economy requires a high level of understanding of both the theory and practice of accounting and finance. UK postgraduate degrees in Finance are designed to give you a broad-based understanding of the core subject areas with an emphasis on empirical research methods and on accounting and finance practices and cover a wide range of subjects and subject combinations such as Finance with Accounting, International Banking, Risk Analysis and many more. Join this session to learn more about the courses and the career options that a postgraduate degree in Finance can offer you.