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The School of Marketing and International Business offers programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate level, including Masters and PhDs. We also contribute to executive-level education through the Master of Business Administration and the Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing programmes.
Our academic staff have considerable collective knowledge and experience that enables them to contribute uniquely to our programmes in Marketing and International Business. They are active in research, which they bring to the classroom to enrich students' learning experiences. Individual and school-level links and joint projects with business and government organisations also bring relevance to teaching and research in the School.
Our graduates are well equipped to succeed in today's workplace, and to contribute to building a creative and vibrant society. Whatever our students' particular career aspirations, the School of Marketing and International Business offers programmes and expertise that help them achieve their goals.
Students come to the School from throughout New Zealand and the world. They range from first-year students wanting to find out about this exciting and growing career area, to seasoned professionals and entrepreneurs looking for new perspectives and directions to give them the edge they need in their work. Many of our undergraduate students continue to further postgraduate study in the School, while others gain employment in sought-after positions in business and government.
The School is active in Victoria University's international exchange programme, enabling students in the School to study for one or two trimesters at one of a range of universities world-wide. International students also come to study at Victoria University through the international exchange programme, and can usually include the School's courses in the degree programmes of their home institution.
The School's staff are actively engaged in high quality academic research and consultancy in a range of areas relating to both theory and practice of marketing and international business. Many of them are renowned internationally in their field and attract prestigious external funding. Application of research findings in business and government settings is an important consideration in the research that the staff undertake. For example, staff members engage in research and debate with senior staff in businesses, government departments, industry associations and other public and private sector organisations.
Research and consulting interests of the School's staff include performance in the services sector, including internationalisation and service recovery, sponsorship in the creative and performing arts industries, social marketing, distribution, brand management, exporting and international competitiveness, international strategy and management, foreign direct investment, international human resource management, media communications, public-private partnerships, and cross-cultural management.
Find out more about all vacancies within the School of Marketing and International Business. These are advertised online along with other Victoria University academic and general staff vacancies. This website provides the facility to submit your application online.
Read further about career opportunities available with a Marketing degree on Victoria University's career resources Marketing webpage.
Alternatively, click the link below to download the latest version of the Marketing Career View publication.
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