Higher Education

Higher Education PR

Educational institutions in the UK – and worldwide – are facing unprecedented change. We can help profile your full capabilities to attract and demonstrate broader value to future students, policymakers, recruiters and potential corporate partners. Broadgate Mainland’s education communications team has an in-depth understanding of the key issues facing the sector. We have sound knowledge of the education and business education media, as well wide-ranging press contacts across national and lateral media. In this increasingly competitive environment we can help to showcase your research and excellence through tailor-made public relations and communications strategies.

Broadgate Mainland can assist you in:

Senior strategic advice and crisis communications; reputation management; media relations;  media training; social media and digital PR strategy and implementation; branding audits and perception surveys; stakeholder engagement and partnership relations.

Types of organisations we can help include:

• UK Universities
• International colleges and universities
• Business and management schools
• Further education providers
• Member and trade associations in education, recruitment, and training
• Private training providers

 


More Higher Education PR News

  • University of Westminster first to hit the runway with Graduate Fashion show
    The University of Westminster graduate collections will kick start graduate fashion season in style when it hits the runway on Thursday, 23 May, 2013. The BA (Hons) Fashion Design students will showcase their designs in front of an audience of fashion luminaries at the University of Westminster Ambika P3 venue in central London. This year’s students have […]
  • Broadgate Mainland appointed by Haileybury school
    Haileybury, the leading independent boarding school in Hertfordshire, has appointed Broadgate Mainland to manage its external media relations. Broadgate Mainland will work closely with the school to develop a PR programme which will support and raise the school’s profile within the UK as well as internationally. Sarah Carthew, Director of External Relations at Haileybury, says: […]
  • Autumn Statement: Supply chain help a positive signal to manufacturers – Comment from Durham University Business School
    In response to a line in the Autumn statement indicating that the Government will provide £120 million to the Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative, Dr Christos Tsinopoulos, Senior Lecturer in Operations & Project Management at Durham University Business School says: “Initiatives that are aimed at supporting the UK’s supply chain are always welcome.  The devil […]
  • Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason goes back to school for the degree he started 50 years ago
    - Pink Floyd was born in the common room at the Regent Street Polytechnic   - Fifty years after he first enrolled on the Architecture course at the Regent Street Polytechnic, now known as the University of Westminster, Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason is heading back to collect the degree he never got to complete. The University […]
  • Durham University Business School professor appointed to Banking Standards Commission
    Professor Richard Harris, Head of Economics, Finance and Accounting at Durham University Business School, has been appointed as specialist adviser to the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards. The Commission was launched in July 2012 in the wake of the LIBOR-fixing scandal. It has been tasked with reporting on the professional standards and culture of the […]

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