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 email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Sponsors and Partners
The latest projects in the Market Research Training Programme.
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
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
Our next Training Workshop will be held in Kigali, Rwanda, July 25-29th , and brings together two of our passions at the ESOMAR Foundation – the Education programme, which aims to train researchers and young people in market research skills in disadvantaged markets. And the ‘Better Results’ programme, which aims… Read more
As a volunteer to train for this initiative, I had great experience Before, During and After the event. First of all, it was very challenging to put the training content together. Besides day to day work, I had to set aside significant amount of time to understand the objectives… Read more
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 email@example.com
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
The latest scholarship news.
This is the third 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. A dreadful accident happened to me in 2011! It upsets me so much… Read more
This is the 12th blogpost from Nicolin Mamuya, the first ESOMAR Foundation scholarship in South Africa. It’s school break now. Time for an internship! I have completed my exams and I must admit that they weren’t as bad as I had feared. I have passed all my modules,… Read more
This is the second 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. Who says education is easy? If education was easy there wouldn’t be many… Read more
This is the second 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. This is the 2nd semester of my 3rd year. I can’t believe how fast time… Read more
This is the second blog-post from Paola Loy Villagran, the recipient of the ESOMAR Foundation scholarship in Guatemala. Paola tells us about her recent learning experiences during her Master in Marketing at Universidad Rafael Landívar. During these last weeks, I am attending the preparatory courses for admission to the career… Read more
This is the 11th blogpost from Nicolin Mamuya, the first ESOMAR Foundation scholarship in South Africa. Nicolin starts making plans for the future! The time for applying for jobs and graduate programs has finally arrived. The reality of possibly working a 9 to 5 job does not sit well with… Read more