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The John Thompson Scholarship, Ireland

The Dublin City University offers the John Thompson Scholarship to students passionate about Digital Marketing and Digital Publication. The scholarship is offered in honour of John Thompson who was one of the Ireland’s leading newspaper executives. The scholarship is for student furthering their studies under a full-time MSc programme in Digital Marketing.

The MSc in Digital Marketing is designed to help participants understand how digital technologies are changing consumer behaviour and equip them with the knowledge to engage with consumers using digital channels.

Level of Study: MSc in Digital Marketing

Targeted Students: All international students

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Benefits of the Scholarship

The participants for the programme benefit from a combination of exposure to cutting edge research, academic rigor, industry practice and applied workshop and projects.

Also, students will be enriched with lectures are delivered by experienced international and Irish experts from industry and practice, in areas such as data analytics and visualisation, digital advertising and communication, and digital marketing strategy.

Application Procedure

Application for the scholarship is made after a student is offered an admission under an MSc Programme in Digital Marketing at the university. The following documents will be required:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • A Statement of motivation and suitability for the scholarship( maximum of 250 words).
  • A copy of academic transcript/ proof of final degree award.

These requirements are to be sent to the Group Head of Marketing at DCU Business School Professor Edgar Morgenroth via email at businessscholarships@dcu.ie on or before 5.00pm on 26th June 2020.

Application Deadline: 26th June, 2020.

Official scholarship website: The John Thompson Scholarship, Ireland.

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