Brand Mash-Up – Transforming Your Business Through Collaboration
In order to sign up for this master's level course, you must have a previous Bachelor's degree or a Master's degree.
- Application period: 09.06.2021 - 18.07.2021
- Date: 01.08.2021-31.12.2021
- Scope: 5 ECTS ECTS
- Location: Online
- Price: 75 €
Branding is important for any company or organisation or even for persons and phenomena. Brands can collaborate and create new offerings.
During this study unit we concentrate on developing branding techniques innovatively by the use of the brand mash-up perspective. Branding will be taken to a new level.
The following themes will be presented in our online platform Canvas: Branding in a nutshell, Brand heritage, Brand identity and brand image, Brand Values, Brand Financial Value, Mash-up types, Mash-up Interaction Wheel. T.
The student is able to:
- understand the basics of branding in theory and in practice
- understand the financial value of branding and IPR-issues
- understand how AI can be used in Brand Mash-Ups
- design viable new service or product brands with brand mash-up tools
This course will be offered online. The assignments will include quizzes, blog posts and a brand mash-up project (group assignment).
One credit equals approximately 26.7 hours of work performed by the student. The different assignments are divided in the following manner:
- Orientation and getting acquainted (mandatory)
- Module 1 Branding in a nutshell 1 credit (ECTS)
- Module 2 Brand Financial Value 1 credit (ECTS)
- Module 3 Brand Mash-Up tools and perspectives 1 credit (ECTS)
- Module 4 Brand Mash-Up Project 2 credits (ECTS) Group work
This course corresponds to the requirements of Master's level education.
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The course will be evaluated on a scale of fail to 5.