Online entry is available to students undertaking the following qualifications: Introductory Certificate in Marketing; Professional Certificate in Marketing; Professional Diploma in Marketing; Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing; Chartered Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing; CIM Diploma in Hospitality and Tourism Marketing; CAM Diploma in Marketing Communications; CAM Diploma in Digital Marketing; CAM Diploma in Managing Digital Media.
Online assessment booking
The online assessment booking is now open for the September 2013 session only. The closing date for this session is Friday 28 June 2013 for paper applications and Friday 5 July 2013 for online.
Please ensure that you have checked with your accredited study centre prior to booking that the assignments / exams that you are booking are to be submitted / sat at the September 2013 assessment sessions.
If you reside in any of the following countries then please contact the British Council which will assist your bookings of Assessments & Membership fees. Payment can be made in local currency. We are currently in partnership with the British Council in Ghana, Malawi and Zambia.
Alternatively, please download an Assessment Entry form and post your form back to:
The Chartered Institute of Marketing,
Moor Hall, Cookham, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 9QH, UK.
Why do I need to register/login to this website to enter for assessments?
CIM uses a combination of membership numbers and authorisation keys to ensure privacy of our member data records. You create your own username and password when you register. Registering only takes five minutes and is a one-off process. When you have entered for an assessment, the status of your entry will be confirmed to you by e-mail.
Code of conduct for examinations
Please note that by entering for assessments by examination, you are agreeing to abide by our rules for examination candidates.
Reasonable Adjustments and Special Consideration Policy
The Chartered Institute of Marketing's Awarding Body aims to ensure that no studying member is treated less favourably than others on the grounds of such difficulties or disabilities. Please read our
Reasonable adjustments and special consideration policy. For further information and assistance, please contact our