Marketing & Communication


A career in Marketing is rewarding, well-paid, and gives you your pick of opportunities across virtually all industries. Every company has a Marketing department, and qualified marketers are always in demand.

Working in marketing is incredibly rewarding, but it is also challenging. These students understand that. Each one is enthusiastic and full of fresh ideas, which is something the industry needs. - employerSpeaks

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In the world of marketing, it's best to stay one step ahead of your competitors. Our school helps you stay educated. The internet and social media are constantly changing the sector. Everything is evolving at a rapid pace and you get the chance to be the specialist who is always up to date.

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Constant technological changes and developments are having a major impact on the marketing and communications industry. As a specialist, you have to continuously educate yourself so that you remain up-to-date. A huge advantage of this educational institution is that the courses are taught by professionals who are active in the sector at the time of teaching. This keeps the content relevant and adapted to current developments.

"I myself have been a freelance marketer for a year now. I work for different clients who all have different objectives. I personally notice that you need a wide range of skills and knowledge to be really successful. I take courses here. I enjoy learning things in class and then immediately applying them in real life. It's really cool to see how everything really works." - exStudentSpeaking

Thomas Verlinden
Thomas Verlinden


We find that a lot of students want to make the switch to a career in marketing. A lot of employers are also open to candidates who are switching from another sector. They bring a lot of experience and valuable knowledge with them.


  • 71% of all adults with Internet access use social media regularly
  • The average daily time spent on social media is 142 minutes
  • Studies show that 58% of marketers aim to increase content production by at least 25%
  • About 1 in 3 marketers aim to tangibly increase user experience within the organization