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Cambridge Marketing College

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India

We will be running a FREE webinar on the courses available in India on 27 February. EMail Nandan@marketingcollege.com for more information and to book a place

In order to meet the increasing demand for our courses we have established a distance learning study centre in India in association with ESK Network. ESK Network specialises in managing an interface between India and the UK for collaboration on higher education, professional development and specialised training. ESK Network was founded by Nandan Sengupta who is also our ambassador for India and an alumnus of the College.

Our aim is to provide better, locally based support for our Indian delegates through local, experienced marketing tutors. In addition to the CIM and CAM courses offered globally we will also be offering some new short courses developed especially for the Indian market. We will be announcing more details shortly.

Nandan's role is to:

•    provide advice and guidance on the right qualification and World Service Study Option for you;
•    help you register with the College and with the CIM;
•    help you get started on your studies; and
•    advise on local exam centres.

If you would like advice on our professional marketing qualifications in India please contact Nandan: nandan@marketingcollege.com

In addition to guidance from Nandan you will also be supported by a specialist distance learning tutor for each module of your course. Contact will be primarily by Email and telephone but one to one meetings can also be arranged for a small additional fee.

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