Study Marketing in Portugal

Study Marketing in Portugal

Studying Marketing

Marketing studies the part of a business which ensures that goods and services are reaching the customer by understanding its needs. Marketing embodies components like distribution, product management, pricing and consumer behaviour. Typical marketing processes are advertising and promotion and selecting the right distribution channels to reach market target.

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Studying in Portugal

Portugal is one of the oldest nations in Europe; with fine weather, beautiful beaches, rich culture and friendly inhabitants. Seize the opportunity to discover Portugal while you are earning your degree.

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8 Marketing Master's degrees in Portugal

Master Information Management - Marketing Intelligence

The Information Management - Marketing Intelligence program from NOVA IMS aims to train experts and managers able to lead and guide the collection, compilation, analysis and dissemination of marketing information in organizations.

Master Statistics and Information Management - Marketing Research and CRM

The Statistics and Information Management - Marketing Research and CRM program from NOVA IMS fills a gap in the high level training of managers, technical staff, and other experts in marketing. It is especially for technical sta and market researchers, as well as professionals involved in customer relationship management

M.Sc. Marketing

The Master programme in Marketing offered by ISCTE Business School | University Institute of Lisbon is a full time, one year programme is designed for students with little or no work experience and will provide them with a highly advanced qualification, both theoretical and practical, that will boost their career prospects.

M.Sc. Marketing

The main objective of the MSc in Marketing is to guarantee the link between the theories and model taught and the reality of the problems in today´s marketing activities. Thus, we tend to use empirical teaching approach as much as possible, along with case studies. We have developed a pragmatic approach, which motivates students to produce useful research.

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