If you have a group of marketers to train using short courses or to take through a professional qualification, it may make more sense for us to come in and train in your place of business.

We offer complete flexibility in the way we run the programmes – lunchtime sessions, evening tutorials, afternoon lectures or using a surgery approach in combination with the use of our online learning system. We can design a programme bespoke to you and your circumstances.

This option allows for the most efficient use of your staff’s time by negating the need for travel. It also allows you to orientate some of the content and discussions towards your specific business or industry.

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“Distant learning content is very comprehensive and the tutors delivering the content are highly expert in the subject matter. Although challenging, I have thoroughly enjoyed taking the CIM Digital Diploma with OXCOM”
Laura Neasham
“Great college to boost your career in Marketing”
Kirsty Wild
“Very nice college. A lot of information and resources available along the course especially during part time evening lessons”
Laurent Widloecher
“Oxford College of Marketing’s standards are higher than CIM and they prep you very well”
Marina Eguchi
“I’ve just completed my Diploma in Professional Marketing at the Oxford College of Marketing and the support I’ve received over the past year has been incredible”
Kayleigh Clemons
“The online courses are perfectly structured and fit different learning styles and the tutors are truly committed. Overall, the learning experience with Oxcom is easygoing and fun”
Deya Gancheva

Online Learning System – Two Week Free Trial

Our student online learning system provides learning support for students studying all CIM, UCI Digital courses, Oxcom Digital Marketing and ISM courses. You will be given access to recorded classes, live and recorded webinars, podcasts, course notes as well as reading resources, examples and analysis of exam questions and videos provided by The Oxford Learning Lab.