Digital Media and Marketing at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology aims to develop participants' expertise and scholarship within the rapidly evolving professional discipline of strategic digital media and marketing.
The applied curriculum in this master's programme, integrates at its core, the technological instruments which have changed the professional practice of the marketing discipline fundamentally.
Lecturer-student engagement on this programme will lead to the development of an interactive community of learners and researchers, with contributions to content, generated not only by the lecturing team, but by students.
The fast-paced field of digital media and MarTech as applied to the profession of marketing, requires this kind of participant interaction, enabling participants to gain maximum benefit from new knowledge generation in this discipline.
Currently 68,000 Irish jobs are directly linked to those employing digital skills and tools with approximately one in seven Irish people (13.5% of the adult population) making a supplementary income on the internet.
The digital economy represents 6% (€12.3bn) of GDP and it is expected to grow to 7.9% (€21.4bn) by 2020. (Department of communications, Climate Action & Environment, 2016).
Programme chair Dr Janine McGinn says the demand for this course, in particular MarTech (marketing technology) skills, is well documented in reports such as the recently published Digital Health Index which finds that a mere 5% of small businesses possess web sales abilities despite 59% of customers saying online purchases are important to them.
Also, 75% of SMEs struggle to use software and apply digital skills to improve business productivity, analyse customer data, and promote an online presence.
More informationVisit official programme website
- Search engine analytics
- Visualisation for strategic decision-making
- Digital content and marketing technology
- Marketing Strategy Theory and Practice
- Research methods and critical analysis
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
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DisciplinesMarketing Digital Marketing View 37 other Masters in Marketing in Ireland
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Candidates must hold a level 8 Bachelor (Honours) degree with a minimum grade classification of H2.2 or equivalent in Marketing, IT/Computing, Business or cognate area.
- Candidates who do not meet this entry criterion will be considered for entry to the programme under a formalised process of recognition of prior learning (RPL).
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