Learn from the likes of John Hegarty, Rory Sutherland, Nicola Mendelsohn and Cilla Snowball with this once in a lifetime opportunity for graduates.
Google Squared is an online digital marketing course that takes on the best of the best and makes them even better. If you meet the requirements* then you'd be silly to ignore this chance.
You'll be Learning about a range of subjects including strategy, management and technology. Squared Online trains you to have a rounded view and provides a real working context.
Squared graduates receive a certificate endorsed by Google and certified by the IPA – with knowledge and skills that are highly sought after by brands, agencies, and start ups. Plus they join a network of future leaders in the marketing industry.
Up for grabs are 15 fully funded scholarship places. Apply by Thursday 27th March and make sure you answer 'FutureRising' to the question 'Where did you hear about squared' to get one of the places.
*Requirements: You can apply if you have graduated from university with a 2:1 or a First in 2012 or 2013 and you are NOT currently employed in the marketing and advertising industry.
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