The Marketing Academy is a non-profit and voluntary organisation who develop leadership capability in talented marketers from the Marketing, Advertising and Communications industries through mentoring coaching and experiential learning. All of The Marketing Academy programs are provided free of charge.
The Marketing Academy would not be possible without our incredible partner companies all around the world:
Facebook, Salesforce, KFC, McKinsey & Company, BT, PHD, Accenture, ITV, IAG, The Wall Street Journal, Commonwealth Bank, Google, Mars Wrigley Confectionary, The Creative Engagement Group, Capita, Yext, Kantar, MullenLowe Group, oOh!Media, Amazon and We Are Fearless. Special thanks also go to Thomas Barta, Wisdom 8, Oscar Trimboli and The Living Leader.
Turning the marketing talent of today into the leaders of tomorrow
Our Australia Scholarship program is sponsored by:
The Marketing Academy Australia Scholarship Program is a 9 month development program for the best emerging leadership talent in Marketing, Media and Advertising. Nominations will be opening in September.
The Marketing Academy US has opened nominations for the 2021 intake of its highly regarded Scholarship Program. Opening for the 3rd year the US the Scholarship Program gives high-potential leadership talent from within Marketing, Media…
Applications are now open for the US 2021 Fellowship, a 7-month mentoring, coaching and learning program, geared to developing today’s Chief Marketing Officers into tomorrow’s CEOs. The coveted CMO Fellowship Program has run across Europe…
The UK Scholarship Program launched in 2010 and is sponsored by Facebook, Virgin Atlantic, BT, PHD, Accenture and ITV.
The US Scholarship Program was launched in 2018 and is sponsored by Salesforce, Mars Wrigley Confectionery, Delta Air Lines, Facebook, KFC Global, The Wall Street Journal and Deloitte.
The US Fellowship Program was launched in 2019 and is sponsored by Facebook, Salesforce and MullenLowe Group.
We are extremely proud of the vast amount of support built up from over 150 people who work with the Academy on a voluntary basis to help develop and teach our future business leaders