School of Business now offers CIM Accredited Degrees

Published on 5 April 2022

The School of Business continue to develop their degree portfolios, with CIM accreditation now secured for all their MSc International Marketing degree options.

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Students are now able to gain CIM exemptions whilst studying for one of the following:

  • MSc International Marketing
  • MSc International Marketing and Branding
  • MSc International Marketing and Finance
  • MSc International Marketing and Management
  • MSc Digital and Social Media Marketing
  • MSc Entrepreneurship, Innovation and International Marketing – commencing January 2023

The Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) has approved these six degree options for exemptions on CIM qualifications.

In addition to graduating with a degree, students will be able to gain industry-recognised qualifications at an accelerated pace.

The School of Business has developed strong links with CIM and our teaching content has been developed alongside CIM’s learning outcomes to ensure that course content is aligned to industry requirements.

“Our International Marketing degrees are fast becoming some of the most popular Master’s degrees at the University. The CIM accreditation is a fantastic addition and it will enhance student learning as well as their career opportunities.” Prof. Bill Russell, Associate Dean, International.

Maureen Wincott, Learner Partnerships Manager at CIM, said: “We are delighted to continue our partnership with Dundee. Students now only need to pass one module to complete the CIM Certificate in Professional Marketing or Professional Digital Marketing or two modules to complete the CIM Diploma in Professional Marketing or Professional Digital Marketing. This will help students kickstart their marketing careers and fast-track their development.

“We look forward to continuing to work closely with Dundee to help students achieve their professional goals and gain the recognition that is valuable with employers in the marketing and business industries.”


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