Marketing department

Marketing is one of the largest, most popular departments in the AUT Business School. We have highly-qualified academic staff, a vibrant group of graduate scholars and an exciting research culture.

We are well-known for our teaching and research in marketing management, marketing communications, sales and retailing.

Research in marketing

The Marketing department maintains a strong, research-led teaching tradition, and our academics have a wide portfolio of research interests.

Marketing research overview

Industry associations

The Marketing department has strong partnerships with industry, including the Commercial Communication Council, and strong links also through the large group of business mentors who work with our Level 7 (final year) undergraduate students.

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About the Marketing department

Download our brochure to find out about the Marketing department and our students, staff and everything that makes our teaching and learning unique.

Contact us

Siew-Yan Wung
Department Co-ordinator
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 7821

siewyan.wung@aut.ac.nz

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Head of Department

Roger

Professor Roger Marshall
Head of Department
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 5478

roger.marshall@aut.ac.nz

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