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iLead Institute joins hands with Cambridge Marketing College in UK

iLead Institute joins hands with Cambridge Marketing College in UK

India Blooms News Service | | 12 Mar 2016, 03:39 pm
Kolkata, March 12 (IBNS): iLead Institute of Kolkata, in collaboration with Cambridge Marketing College, UK, on Wednesday launched its International Certification Program in Marketing Practice (Basic).

The certification will provide its awardee with additional leverage in terms of projecting oneself as a marketer with a differential edge and thereby will improve one’s possibilities to develop careers within and across borders.

The candidate who gets through this course would have an easier pathway to join the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CMI) UK, based on their merits.

The certification programs include International Diploma in Marketing  Practice (Basic), a post graduate course of 10 months or advanced International Diploma in Marketing Practice.

With the growing influence of digital marketing concept, the institute has also introduced a diploma in digital marketing. The  International Diploma in Digital Marketing  aims to develop the skills required for today’s marketers.

Discussing about the courses Pradip Chopra, Chairman, iLead institute said: “We hope that this partnership would benefit all the students and practitioners of marketing in this part of the world.”

The fee structure is Rs.75, 000-Rs.1, 40,000 per year, depending on the course.


(Reporting by Suchismita Roy, Images by Parantap Banerjee/IBNS)