Marketing is everywhere, and so are marketing jobs.
If you’re looking to begin a career in a dynamic, creative field, or if you’re looking at a career change, we've scoured the market for the best online courses available.
Why should I study marketing?
Marketing is about connecting people to products or experiences, it’s about finding ways to engage with consumers emotions, imaginations and needs. In employment terms it is diverse field, combining statistics, psychology, creativity and commerce, and can provide a multi-faceted and rewarding career.
If this is of interest to you, then perhaps you should consider a career in marketing, and if you do it’s handy to have some qualifications in your corner. See below for more details about marketing courses available in Australia.
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What are the courses for marketing ?
Marketing is also amongst the best represented courses in online education. The online world seems to lend itself well with the marketing industry, with which it engages so closely. As a result there are several options available for undergraduate study online, including:
- Bachelor of business (marketing) at Martin College.
- Bachelor of business (marketing) at Swinburne University of Technology.
- Bachelor of business (public relations) at APM College of Business and Communication.
If you’ve already done your undergraduate degree, and want to add a little extra heat to your CV, then why not think about getting your Masters? Here are a few courses to look at to get your started:
- Master of Marketing at Charles Sturt University.
- Master of Marketing at Griffith University.
- Master of Marketing at Central Queensland University.
Short courses and professional development
If you’re already in marketing and are looking to climb the ladder, or are thinking of a career change, then maybe a short course will aid your professional development in marketing. Check out a few of the courses below to get you started:
- Diploma of Marketing at Martin College
- Certificate IV in Marketing at TAFE.
- Diploma of Advertising at Martin College.
- Diploma of Marketing at APM College of Business and Communication.
What are the tuition fees and other expenses to study marketing?
Fees will vary greatly depending on your course, institute and duration, but to give you a few figures to help you budget. For the bachelor of business (marketing), Swinburne University of Technology estimates the total cost to be around $30,000, though this could vary based on the duration and method of study. Whereas, on the Certificate IV in marketing at TAFE could cost as little as $5,640. Contact your provide or look online for full fee information, and while you’re at it be sure to ask about any financial assistance that might be available.Back to top
What are the best institutes in Australia to study marketing?
With a lot of choice available to you, you should have a selection of institutes to choose from for your studies. However, remember that most of the courses take at least a year, and some a lot longer, so it’s more important that you find a course that interest you, at a provider you like, rather than worrying about which institution name will look best on your CV.
Study the different course specifications thoroughly and find one that focuses most on the particular area in which you want to specialise, for example recruitment, employment law or learning and development. Then find a price and pace that suits you, if you can afford to go all out and complete a diploma in a year then go for, if you need to balance it with work then take two. The beauty of online learning is that you can fit it in around your lifestyle.Back to top
What are the career opportunities for marketing?
One of the most promising things about a career in marketing is the variety that it can offer. As you’ll find out whenever you turn on your television, open a magazine, or browse the internet, marketing is everywhere. It’s a dynamic and ever changing profession, that welcomes in new people with new ideas. Possible career avenues within marketing could include roles specialising in market research, advertising, promotions, brand management, event management or public relations.
A senior marketing manager earns an average salary of $76,463 per annum. In this field, your salary will be based on experience.
If this has been of interest then be sure to check out the courses we’ve suggested, and we’ll look forward to seeing you put your skills to good use in the fascinating world of marketing.Back to top