Translate educational goals into successful careers for students
The key focus of the Australian Marketing Institute’s Accreditation, Endorsement or Recognition process is to provide educators with industry feedback, knowledge, and experience for curriculum development and improvement. This will ensure continued professional relevance for marketing graduates, enabling them to perform at a high level in a changing and competitive business environment.
As the leading professional marketing association in Australia, the AMI serves a key role as the conduit bringing together industry and academia. For marketing graduates, a successful marketing career is founded selecting a program which brings together marketing best practice, current trends and technology, along with industry involvement. By selecting a program rigorously vetted by Australia’s leading marketing body, students enrolled in an accredited or endorsed program can be confident they are participating in a quality program examined by an independent third-party, with knowledge of the needs of industry and practitioners of tomorrow.
Graduates of an AMI Accredited Tertiary University Program, AMI Endorsed VET or Industry Program, or AMI Recognised MBA Program, are on an accellerated pathway towards earning the trust mark of a Certified Practising Marketer (CPM). Not all marketers are created equal. Becoming a CPM is what distinguishes a marketer with experience from a person without. For this reason, all graduates of a program approved by the AMI are entitled to a credit reduction in time needed to become a CPM.
Tertiary Programs Accredited By The AMI
AMI Endorsed VET or Industry Programs
AMI Endorsed Short Courses
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