Learn about the fundamentals of marketing and how to put them to practice. You'll get to explore strategy, social media, branding and the psychology of marketing.
Why study Marketing at Goldsmiths?
- Our degrees provide training in the fundamentals of marketing theory and practice, and you'll have the option of developing a broad understanding of the discipline or specialising by combining marketing with management or economics
- You'll develop highly employable practical skills in digital marketing, strategic marketing, market research, data analysis, marketing communications, and finance and accounting, as well as transferable skills in communication, problem-solving and creativity
- London provides the ideal backdrop to study marketing, being home to leading marketing agencies and businesses, a centre for entrepreneurship and innovation, and a hub for industry events and meet-ups – providing many opportunities to enrich your studies and develop a professional network
- Marketing professionals are in high demand across a diverse range of industries, whether you want to work as a brand manager, marketing strategist, content producer, market researcher, media planner, event organiser, or something altogether different
The university embraced me with arms wide open as soon as I stepped into the Richard Hoggart Building for the first time. The atmosphere here at Goldsmiths allows everyone to feel at ease without feeling judged.
Savina, undergraduate student
Why choose Goldsmiths, University of London?
Goldsmiths was founded in 1891 and has been part of the University of London for nearly 120 years. Alongside this history comes an innovative and creative approach to the subjects you can study, and a commitment to social and environmental justice.
As a Goldsmiths student you'll enjoy a single-site campus in New Cross, South East London. It's in Zone 2 and just 10 minutes by train to Central or East London. So you can access the best of the world's top student city while still enjoying a friendly and supportive student community.
Goldsmiths' campus and students are characterised by contrasts. Everyone is different and feels free to express their identity, yet there is an overriding sense of community and care for each other.
Arturo, undergraduate student