Find MSc Programs in Consumer Affairs in Europe 2019
A Master of Science, or a Master’s degree in Science is an academic degree delivered by Universities in many countries. A Master of Science is a popular choice after completing a Bachelor’s degree.
An MSc degree in Consumer Affairs intends to teach students about consumer protection and empowerment. It focuses on consumers social and economic environments. This creates experts in consumer affairs management that are valuable for any organization that provides a service or product.
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The Master of Science in Consumer Science (MCS) is one of a kind in Germany, guaranteeing you a unique academic experience with fellow students from many different countr
MANAGING CONSUMERS' NEEDS IN A GLOBAL AND DIGITALIZED WORLD
This master’s program will help you achieve your goal of becoming an expert in consumer research with a unique international and interdisciplinary profile. The program offers an inspiring combination of management studies and social and consumer sciences, combined with strong links to technological disciplines.To follow this program you should have an academic background in management, economics or another social science such as sociology, psychology or communication sciences. You must have a bachelor’s degree in one of these areas with at least 12 ECTS credits in research methods, including statistics.
Join our MSc in Digital Marketing & CRM: a one year program completely taught in English. Study at one of the top business schools in France at our campus in Lille.
This one year program completely taught in English provides a unique opportunity to strengthen both your knowledge of Digital Marketing and CRM.
"The emergence of the internet and new forms of communication and commercialization has completely changed marketing practice. Today, online communication and building long-term relationships with customers are the priorities directions of any marketers in order to increase company competition and profitability."
Dr. Véronique Pawels Delassus, Academix Director, Marketing Department
The main objective of the program is to prepare future managers to work in these two rapidly emerging & complementary marketing fields representing new ways of conducting marketing and improving relationships with clients. The focus is on acquiring the theoretical concept and practical knowledge of handling digital marketing and analyzing customer databases. Students will also gain an understanding of the importance of managing customer relationships in a day-to-day business environment....
Psychology plays an important role in many aspects of business and marketing. Consumer psychology is the key to understanding buyer behavior, enabling organizations to de
Duration: 1-year full-time
Start date: September 2019
Apply by: 1 August (International), 1 September (UK/EU)
Psychology plays an important role in many aspects of business and marketing. Consumer psychology is the key to understanding buyer behavior, enabling organizations to design innovative products and create effective communication messages.
This course will prepare you for careers building on both disciplines – whether you wish to pursue a successful career in marketing, or more generally apply psychological theories to the world of business.
Your studies will culminate in a research project that bridges marketing and psychology.
Why choose this course?
Marketing at Sussex is ranked 7th in the UK (The Complete University Guide 2018).
91% of our Psychology, Psychiatry, and Neuroscience research quality was rated world-leading or internationally excellent in terms of originality, significance, and rigor in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF).
Benefit from the combined academic expertise and industry experience of the School of Psychology and the School of Business, Management, and Economics at Sussex.