Why study the Master of Digital Marketing with UTS Online

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Top-ranked for excellence in Research in Marketing2

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Who should study this course?

The Master of Digital Marketing is designed for professionals who want to excel at the digital marketing skills of today and be prepared for the future of a constantly changing industry. Students of this course may have backgrounds in marketing and communications, in roles such as:

  • Marketing Specialist  

  • Marketing Manager 

  • Senior Marketing Manager

  • Sales and Marketing Manager  

  • Public Relations Coordinator  

  • Media Strategist 

  • Brand Manager 

  • Marketing Campaign Manager  

  • Social Media Manager  

  • CRM Manager 

  • Marketing Automation Manager 

See Entry requirements under Course information for more eligibility information.

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What you will study

The Master of Digital Marketing course comprises 12 subjects, four of which are from the Graduate Certificate in Digital Marketing.

Graduate Certificate

The Graduate Certificate in Digital Marketing includes the following four subjects:   

  • Digital Marketing Today
  • Digital Customer Behavior
  • Data-Driven Marketing
  • Branding in the Digital World

After having successfully completed the four subjects in the Graduate Certificate in Digital Marketing, you will then go on to study the remaining eight subjects to complete the masters: 

  • Engaging Audiences 
  • Digital Platforms 
  • Data Ethics and Regulation 
  • Emerging Technologies and Marketing 
  • Omnichannel Marketing Strategy
  • Managing Digital Products & Innovation 
  • Customer Analytics 
  • Business Project: Digital Marketing

Upcoming study periods

UTS Online courses have six intakes per year. The diagram below shows all upcoming
intakes, with the next intake highlighted in blue.

  • OCT
  • JAN
  • MAR
  • MAY
  • JUL

Next study period is September.

Course information

Graduate Certificate
Description of the Course + 4 Number of units or continue studying

The UTS Master of Health Services Management prepares leaders in health and social care who want to drive change and create safer, higher value and more equitable health systems and services. 

Entry requirements


To gain entry into the Master of Digital Marketing, applicants must have completed a UTS recognised bachelor's degree in Marketing, or an equivalent or higher qualification, or submitted other evidence of general and professional qualifications that demonstrates potential to pursue graduate studies. 

If the previous qualification is not in a related field, applicants require a minimum of two years' full time, or equivalent, relevant work experience in Marketing. 

Note: Students that do not meet the entry requirements for masters may use the successful completion of the graduate certificate as a pathway, provided they meet the specific entry requirements detailed below.  

Graduate Certificate:

To gain entry into the Graduate Certificate of Digital Marketing without a previous qualification, applicants require a minimum of four years’ full time or equivalent, relevant work experience in marketing.


To assist with all or some of your tuition fees, FEE-HELP is available for eligible students. This government-supported loan scheme is designed to help eligible full-fee paying students pay their tuition fees.

To check your eligibility, feel free to speak with an Enrolment Advisor today.

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Language requirements

The English proficiency requirement for local applicants with international qualifications is: Academic IELTS: 6.5 overall with a writing score of 6.0; or TOEFL: paper based: 550-583 overall with TWE of 4.5, Internet based: 79-93 overall with a writing score of 21; or AE5: Pass; or PTE: 58-64; or CAE: 176-184. 



Career Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Master of Digital Marketing, graduates will have a broad scope of job roles available to them. According to  Hays, Employers are looking for talent to lead and guide on new trends and consequently, a strong understanding of digital is now essential for career success. Newly created roles include Campaign Analyst and Marketing Insights Analysts that help an organisation understand data, drive more sophisticated customer profiling and ultimately lead more precise and accurate decision-making. The other types of roles include: 

  • Digital Marketing Consultant
  • Strategic Digital Marketing Specialist
  • Social Media & Digital Media Manager
  • Marketing and E-Commerce Manager
  • Digital Marketing Manager
  • Channel Marketing Manager
  • Digital Project Manager
  • Head of Digital Platforms
  • Head of Digital Optimisation
  • Head of Performance Marketing
  • Director of Digital Marketing
  • Chief Marketing Officer 


Average Graduate Starting Salary

According to Job Outlook, there is a strong demand for these types of roles across industries and organisation sizes. The average salary for a digital marketer is $115K, however, due to the strong demand for professionals in this industry, those with more specialist and advanced skills are able to demand higher salaries. 

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Graduate Diploma
All units from the Graduate Certificate + 4 Diploma units or continue studying

The Graduate Diploma focuses on giving you the foundational skills that industry demands plus the soft skills to influence business decisions at senior management levels. 

The fast-tracked model means you can graduate with a diploma in just over a year, plus it gives you a pathway to study the Master of Business Analytics. 

Master of Health Services Management
All subjects from the Graduate Certificate + 8 subjects from the Master of Health Services Management

The UTS Master of Health Services Management prepares leaders in health and social care who want to drive change and create safer, higher value and more equitable health systems and services.