SAQA ID: 57638
Duration: 4 years
R45 000 – First Year.
Candidates who have attempted matric/Grade 12 or reached the age of 23 before or during the first year of registration may be considered for admission.
Work experience may also be considered.
The part-time version of this programme is available for the working professional and is spread over 4 years.
The offering of this programme is subject to a minimum number of students being registered.
Students may also take individual modules as a short learning programme, and students must also apply to the Registrar to enrol in this manner.
Marketing is the practice of communicating, executing and facilitating an exchange of goods or services between companies and individuals and their customers.
AAA School’s Faculty of Marketing Communication gives students a number of possible careers that are challenging and rewarding.
If you are a born communicator with strong interpersonal skills, this degree will bring out the Brand, Media or Digital Manager in you.
You will learn the fundamentals of marketing from research and branding to client communication.
You will be equipped to be the brain child behind the marketing of a brand, where it is placed, what messages are conveyed and so much more.
You ensure the brand increases its ROI, profitability, customer loyalty and always stays ahead of its competitors. You manage the budgets and analyse the results of your marketing efforts.
The dynamics of the marketing and advertising planning process in theory are provided by means of sound strategic thinking and hands-on application.
Practical brand/organisational experiences are integrated for a deeper industry understanding.
During the final year, students are challenged to change their entrenched thought processes.
This consists of a number of real-life campaigns where strategy development, research, analytical and lateral thinking, and creative executions are experienced within a simulated advertising agency environment.
•Fundamentals of Accounting
•Presentation and Writing Skills