MII // TU Dublin Partnership Experience
Marketing Institute Ireland was established in 1962 and is the professional body for marketers in Ireland. MII is committed to growing, developing and enhancing the marketing profession through a commitment to continued education and life-long learning.
Building on the distinguished past of DIT, TU Dublin is Ireland’s first technological university where students learn in a practice-focused environment with industry, enterprise and innovation at the heart of everything we do.
TU Dublin is aligned to the purpose of the MII, with its passion for life-long learning, collectively making an important contribution to the economic life of Ireland, enabling capacity building for the future.
The MII and TU Dublin partnership ensures the optimal learning experience for students, with industry access and networking opportunities through MII, and academic robustness from TU Dublin, in essence the pracademic approach.
The MII & TU Dublin partnership education programmes have a culture that care for people, offer space for new ideas, relationships, networks and personal and professional development of all students.
- A maximum of €1,000 Corporate Training Credits can be used against our Education Programmes.
- MII reserve the right to postpone the delivery of any of its programmes if there are insufficient numbers.
Following industry panel feedback MII and TU Dublin are delighted to announce a number of programme updates. The MSc in Digital Marketing will become the MSc in Marketing Innovation *pending validation, with an extensive choice of modules.
"It is a great programme which is well designed, developed and delivered. Focused on professionals who want to improve their skills, increase their knowledge, grow in their careers and become experts in this competitive marketing market. The programme is 100% focused on professionals with a vast experience in the market, which makes the experience even more interesting and complete."
Communication Specialist, Accenture
"Lifelong learning is critically important in the world of marketing. In an industry so reactive to changes in technology, we, as marketers need to continue to learn about the technologies, trends and changing consumer behaviours. While the ground rules and fundamentals of marketing and consumer psychology remain the same, they way in which we respond and communicate needs to evolve in line with technology changes."
Marketing Manager, Payzone