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M.Sc. Marketing Intelligence at the FH Pforzheim

Hi guys,

am for the M.Sc. in Marketing Intelligence in Pforzheim. Does anyone have experience in the master’s degree?
What are the job opportunities afterwards? Especially in product / brand management?

VG

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M.Sc. Marketing Intelligence at the FH Pforzheim

M.Sc. Marketing Intelligence at the FH Pforzheim

M.Sc. Marketing Intelligence at the FH Pforzheim

WiWi Gast wrote on July 25th, 2020:

What are the job opportunities afterwards? Especially in product / brand management?

who should know if there are still no graduates

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M.Sc. Marketing Intelligence at the FH Pforzheim

Niche courses should be treated with extreme caution. Once you graduate, you're branded. Have you already done an internship or how do you get onto this course?

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M.Sc. Marketing Intelligence at the FH Pforzheim

No, I have not yet completed an internship in this area.
It was sold in such a way that it was developed in cooperation with companies and these skills are said to be in great demand.

What do you mean by branded?
I still have the FAU in Master Management as an option .. Although here I have again the concern of being too generalistic.

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M.Sc. Marketing Intelligence at the FH Pforzheim

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