Market Research Training Programme.

Where education is not available to all we support students with training and scholarships

Training

The Market Research Training Programme has been set up for the purpose of improving the quality of market research in developing countries and to offer training to market research professionals in countries where education is not available to all.

The content of the training, where it takes place and to what extent depends largely on the needs and requests from our stakeholders, local associations, market research agencies and their clients.

How you can support?

If you are a market researcher, a national market research association, an NGO involved in research or a university interested in a training course in your country please contact us at    info@esomarfoundation.org

Have a look at one of our project:   Training programme in Myanmar 2015

Partners & Sponsors

We are always on the lookout for partners and sponsors. If you are an organisation looking to understand more on how you can support us, please find more information here or contact    info@esomarfoundation.org

Our Sponsors and Partners


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The latest projects in the Market Research Training Programme.

Training in Sri Lanka – A review by Phyllis Macfarlane

On 21-23 November Phyllis Macfarlane, Treasurer of the ESOMAR Foundation and Global Training Programme Manager at GfK, Dilek Ozler, Sr. Consumer & Market Insight Manager, People Data Center & Unilever Executive Coordinator of the Paragon Partnership and Sajeevani Hewage, Consumer & Market Insight Manager, Unilever Sri Lanka, addressed the Sri… Read more

Developing the Impact of Research in Sri Lanka

This year the ESOMAR Foundation training programme will conclude with a series of events taking place in Colombo in cooperation with the Market Research Society of Sri Lanka, MRSSL. On 21-23 November Phyllis Macfarlane, Treasurer of the ESOMAR Foundation and Global Training Programme Manager at GfK, Dilek Ozler, Sr. Consumer… Read more

The Impact of Social Research: a review on the workshop

Researchers – and research buyers – want their research to be impactful. NGO’s and donors want to create programs that are impactful. How can we unite the market research industry, NGO’s, and donors? How can we use Market Research methods to best fit the needs of NGO’s committed to creating… Read more

Outcomes and reflections from training young entrepreneurs and NGOs in Rwanda

Phyllis Macfarlane and Will Goodhand have been involved to the ESOMAR Foundation training in Rwanda that was held in Kigali from July 25 to 29. Here you can find a little description of how the training was implemented and how the ESOMAR Foundation contributed to this.    BUSINESS SKILLS PROGRAMME – YOUNG ENTREPRENEURSHIP… Read more

Scholarships

We offer scholarships to students from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds who are interested in a career in market research.

We work with companies that sponsor the scholarship and with national and international market research associations that help us organise and carry out the nomination and selection process together with the academic institution.

Our intention with the scholarship programme is to fund post-graduate studies, i.e. a Master degree or equivalent. However, if there are any other needs we are willing to discuss if it is a good fit.

How you can support

If you are a market researcher, a national market research association, an NGO involved in research or a university interested in a scholarship in your country please contact us at info@esomarfoundation.org

Partners & Sponsors

We are always on the lookout for partners and sponsors. If you are an organisation looking to understand more on how you can support us, please find more information here or contact:  info@esomarfoundation.org

The latest scholarship news.

Nicolin hopes to find employment!

The end of the year is fast-approaching and I am not looking forward to searching for new hobbies to keep me occupied. I doubt I will be visiting my family this Christmas due to the fact that I have not found employment as yet. However, I have to remain positive… Read more

Marketing research; Baptism by fire

This is the first blog from Innocent Rwamba Nyaga who is following the MS in market research at the University of Nairobi, Kenya. Innocent is the recipient of the ESOMAR Foundation / MSRA Scholarship sponsored by WIRe and Unilever The phrase ‘baptism by fire’ was first coined by John the Baptist… Read more

Believe in yourself, be confident and don’t be afraid to take chances

This is the third blog from Nutsa Kvitashvili who is following the BA Program of Sociology at Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Nutsa is the recipient of the ESOMAR Foundation Scholarship sponsored by Inizio.     It’s been a while since my last blog so I’m going to tell you… Read more

From baby prawn to adult prawn

This is the fifth blog-post from Esther Tot who received the ESOMAR Foundation Scholarship to study at the English based Bachelor Degree program in International Business at the National University of Management (NUM) in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It’s kind of weird but wait until I’ll explain why there’s a baby… Read more

Learning New Things….

This is the third blog-post from Paola Loy Villagran, the recipient of the ESOMAR Foundation scholarship in Guatemala. Paola tells us about her studies and her social life.      During the last months I started a Human Resources course in which we had to investigate the work climate of… Read more

Women’s month is every month!

This is the 14th blogpost from Nicolin Mamuya, the first ESOMAR Foundation scholarship in South Africa. The month of August is women’s month in South Africa!     This is the month where we celebrate all women as well as show gratitude to the four brave heroines (Lilian Ngoyi, Rahima… Read more

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