See how our partners added our industry validated digital programs to their portfolio to target new markets, increase revenue and establish a competitive edge.
As an expert in providing globally recognized training, ICE Malta wanted a certification that would enable students to strengthen their digital skills.
We wanted to provide the best digital marketing program for our students in Malaysia. Since launch we have been able to establish ourselves as one of the leading digital marketing training providers in Malaysia.
Focused on addressing the shortage of digital professionals in the region, the company wanted to offer global qualifications that can bring graduates and organizations together to provide job opportunities that transform careers.
At NBT, our number one priority has always been supporting individuals to enhance their careers in digital marketing, and entities to grow and scale globally.
Webgruppen is the premier provider of professional training in digital marketing and communications in Norway. We feel that DMI has been a big part of Webgruppens success
“It was very clear to us that the Digital Marketing Institute’s offering was head and shoulders above anything else. Primarily because the content is so closely aligned to what industry is looking for in today's job market.”
The lack of digital training in Cyprus meant that many professionals had a significant gap in their digital skills. Learn how our globally recognized qualifications transformed the digital knowledge of CIIM's students.
With ties to industry and an international focus, the University of the West of Scotland is invested in the future of its students. As the needs of the job market continue to shift due to digitization, how does the leading institution ensure their students are career ready and have the skills that employers are looking for?
As a leading state university, ETSU recognised the need to keep both their MSc in Digital Marketing and their Media and Communication BA & BS programs up-to-date and to bridge the digital skills gap between academic learning and practical employability skills.
As a leading Canadian university, UCW recognised the need to update its MBA program by adding a digital element to its marketing courses.