On this degree you will gain an understanding of key marketing principles and examine what drives consumer behaviour, enabling businesses to develop popular products, compelling offers and effective promotional campaigns. You will discover how advertising has become increasingly challenging and dynamic and how it plays a vital role in communicating key messages about products and services to relevant customers. This degree combines a practical mix of creativity, marketing and business knowledge, analysis and planning skills, with opportunities for practical experience through the establishment and running of your own company with colleagues, or work experience in a marketing environment.
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Assessments consider vocational capability, academic critical thinking and intellectual development. Case studies and problem solving exercises may also be used. Examinations take different forms, using both seen and unseen questions, closed or open book.
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Great place, with so many friendly people! There's loads to do, no matter what you’re into – you can hike in the Lake District or go down to the lovely beach in Sefton, or party in Liverpool or Manchester, all of which is less than half an hour away on trains or via cheap taxis. Ormskirk is a little small, but that’s the only problem! The teachers are incredibly supportive and friendly, and you'll have access to loads of helpful resources on your course.
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I love my university and would not have chosen anywhere else!
by Chaneldenise95 on 23rd August 2015
I loved my first two years of university life. People are very friendly so will always help if you need it. The student union is chosen by current students and ran for what we want. The freshers week is brilliant with lots of events and guests to get into the student vibe. The student nights in town are brilliant and the town centre is only a ten minute walk away so taxis and buses aren't dear. A free bus runs from the town centre to the university campus and housing so you save money if you come back from weekly shopping. The only downside is the lack of parking!
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