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Oxford College of Marketing Gives Their CIM Students Free Access to Their Digital Courses

October 13, 2010

OXFORD, England, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ — Anyone now studying or applying to study a Chartered Institute of Marketing course with the Oxford College of Marketing will now be given free access to the digital modules of the CAM Diploma in Digital Marketing and CAM Media. This includes the Professional Certificate, Professional Diploma and the Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing.

As Rosie Phipps (Principal) says, “To reflect our commitment to our students, as a study provider, and to help our students to have a wider understanding of the impact of digital marketing, when you enroll with us on any CIM course, we will give you free open access to the digital modules of the CAM Diploma in Digital Marketing and the CAM Diploma in Managing Digital Media.”

This will mean that not only will you get your CIM qualifications when you study with Oxford College of Marketing, but you will be able to put on your CV that you have also been keeping up to date with the Digital Qualifications; and when you are ready you will be able to complete the assignments and achieve your Digital Awards.

This is full access, so students will be invited to join online webinars, listen to podcasts, watch videos for the extra modules as well as read through the academic material. We will only charge you once you decide to write the assignments in order to gain your Digital Marketing Awards.

Digital Marketing is now an essential part of the marketing mix, and all Marketers of the present and future need to have a working knowledge and understanding of this fast evolving area. CIM qualifications are undoubtedly the most relevant professional courses for Marketers in 2010. However, there is an element of marketing, which grows in importance daily, and this area is not covered in the same detail by the current CIM syllabus. The depth and detail is covered in the new CAM Digital qualifications.

Oxford College of Marketing is the only college able to do this as we run all the CIM and CAM courses and use a special E Learning system called Blackboard to support our students. All students get access to a selection of the videos produced by Oxford LearningLab http://www.oxlearn.com

Rosie says, “We have had tremendous results so far with the CAM Digital Awards – and are still celebrating a 100% pass rate! So, you know you are in safe hands.”

To find out more – please contact us on 01865 515255 or email Janey@oxfordcollegeofmarketing.ac.uk http://www.oxfordcollegeofmarketing.ac.uk

About Oxford College of Marketing

Oxford College of Marketing is one of the largest CIM and CAM accredited Marketing Colleges in the UK. With study centres in London, Uxbridge, Croydon, High Wycombe, Gatwick, Milton Keynes, Liverpool, Reading, Brighton, Sheffield, Birmingham and of course Oxford, the College has been running Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) courses since 1997, with superb student results. The College offers CIM and CAM courses through a number of study options, part time evenings, intensive weekends as well as distance learning and short and one-day marketing courses and tailored in-house training programmes.

www.oxfordcollegeofmarketing.ac.uk

About The Chartered Institute of Marketing:

The Chartered Institute of Marketing is the leading international professional marketing body with some 45,000 members worldwide. First established in 1911 it has for almost a century defined the marketing standards that operate in the UK and is the global champion of best marketing practice. The Institute exists to develop the marketing profession, maintain professional standards and improve the skills of marketing practitioners, enabling them to deliver exceptional results for their organisations. It does this by providing membership, qualifications and training to marketing professionals and businesses around the world. For more information please visit: www.cim.co.uk

SOURCE Oxford College of Marketing Ltd


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