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Global Marketing Practices


5 days (10am-4pm)

Buchanan House, 30 Holborn, London, EC1N 2LX


Gain practical skills in marketing at LSBF Executive Education. This Summer Business School course will improve your critical thinking and analytical skills to boost your knowledge and advance your career prospects. Start in July 2019!


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To succeed in international business you need a thorough understanding of different markets and economies.

Success stories in this field include Zara, Shell, and The Body Shop. These firms have thrived not only through accurate business sense, but also through awareness of how to effectively approach new ventures.

This course examines case studies to develop your critical thinking and analytical skills, while exposing you to new ideas.

Who is it for?

Entry requirements

  • English language – Common European Framework (CEF) Level B2* or equivalent (all teaching and learning materials are provided in English only)
  • The programme is aimed at Undergraduate students
  • Graduate students within a year of graduation

Our Summer Business School is open to applicants aged 18 and over as of July 1st, 2018.

*Please note those with a B1 level of English and relevant proof of further study will be considered.

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Claire Tiphine

Claire Tiphine

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it’s very hands-on, it’s very practical. You’re really learning through doing.