Explore our range of evening and virtual classes, Saturday seminars or online learning.
The College offers a range of flexible study methods to suit your busy life style and your individual learning preferences.
Our evening classes run from 6:00pm to 8:00pm over 8 evening classes for each module of your course. You study one module each term.
As a guide, in addition to your taught sessions, you should allow between 6 to 8 hours of home study per week over 12 weeks for each module being studied for the duration of your course.
Please note that some of our evening classes are delivered virtually and not in a physical classroom environment.
Saturday seminars start at 9:30am and conclude at 5:00pm over 2-3 Saturdays for each module of your course. You study one module each term.
As a guide, in addition to your taught sessions, you should allow between 8 to 10 hours of home study per week over 12 weeks for each module being studied for the duration of your course.
In-person classes are available in Cambridge as well as live virtual classes with an online tutor.
Choose your own start date, when and where you study, and set your own pace. One of the key benefits of online learning is the flexibility it provides for each professional to fit perfectly alongside their roles.
Online learning is one of our most popular programmes. We have delivered online learning to students from 114 countries around the world and we consistently achieve excellent pass rates — View our latest results.
Our online Learning Zone helps you navigate your way through your course materials which are structured on a week-by-week basis — with a unique study tracker for you to keep an eye on your progression through each module.
You'll have access to study guides for each module and handbooks covering key marketing topics (both guides written by our expert tutors). In addition, the Learning Zone will give you full access to recorded taught lectures from our Cambridge evening classes, podcasts and webinars.
You will be assigned a specialist tutor for each module, who can answer any questions you may have and feedback on one full draft of your assignment or exam practice questions before your final deadline.