MMT280 - Brand Management (Tour)
2024 unit information
Trimester 3: Study Tour
MMK277 or MMK101
|Incompatible with:||MMK280, MMK380|
Students will on average spend 150 hours over the teaching period undertaking the teaching, learning and assessment activities for this unit.
This will include educator guided online learning activities within the unit site.
|In-person attendance requirements||
This unit requires students to participate in a supervised study program in Florence, Italy.
Tour Dates: To be advised
Faculty-led Study Tours are by application only and have limited places available.
Visit the Business and law study abroad website for further information and how to apply.
Please contact the Faculty WIL team at email@example.com for any enquiries.
In today’s competitive world, a key to success is building a strong sustainable brand. This involves creating an identity for your brand by developing a captivating, positive and enduring brand image of your company, product or service. This distinguishes your brand from competitors and creates an emotional connection with your customers and other stakeholders. The brand reflects the entity’s essence, history and values, as well as its future direction. Branding is not isolated to the business world; it is fundamental in your personal development. Personal branding helps create a personality and professional identity that distinguishes you from others. This is an important attribute as you begin and progress along your career and life journey. This unit is designed to allow students to explore and apply fundamental brand management and marketing theories, frameworks and applications to different personal and corporate, product and service contexts. Moreover, this tour version of the unit enables students to experience and understand branding in an international context.
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