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International HE & comms need to work together

EUPRIO investigated the lack of cooperation between university international offices and public relations-communications departments in a special project which revealed its findings at its recent conference in Poland.

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Honoured at becoming a life member of EUPRIO

Students who will be halfway through their Erasmus+ semesters abroad and researchers in the middle of cross-Channel European Union collaborative projects are understandably worried about what will happen after Brexit Day on March 29. Many could find themselves out of the country and confused about continued funding for their study abroad or cross-border research and wondering […]

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Call grows for authentic website student reviews

SUDDENLY everyone appears to be calling for authentic student reviews on university websites – a public place where existing “customers” of higher education can say what it is really like to be studying on a course at this or that university. Among those leading the charge is web guru Gerry McGovern (pictured), whose key message […]

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Times Higher first world summit in Central Europe

The importance of universities in shaping a more secure, progressive and prosperous world will be highlighted when the Times Higher Education (THE) holds its first world summit in Central and Eastern Europe. The event, titled Building a hub for world-class research, hosted by Palacký University in the Czech Republic from 24-26 April 2018, will discuss, […]

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European university comms focus on networking

Not long now until the EUPRIO family of European higher education communication and PR professionals comes together in Mannheim for its 2017 annual conference. This year’s event – from June 29 to July 2 – is focusing on how universities can successfully network with their cities, regions and companies. Places are filling up fast on […]

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What Brexit means for European universities

Britain is not leaving Europe, but it has just started divorce proceedings from the European Union. Here I explore some of the implications for European higher education. British and European higher education and research leaders are watching nervously as developments unfold following the start of the official process of the UK leaving the European Union. […]

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European universities urged to stick together after Brexit

IN the spirit of Monty Python who recommended “always look on the bright side” of life, I’m hoping UK higher education remains internationally engaged and continues promoting borderless research and mobility following the Brexit referendum. Thankfully, despite the vote, we still have friends in Europe. One is Christine Legrand, president of the European universities’ communication network, EUPRIO, who issued […]

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Branding is everywhere in higher education

Branding seems to be everywhere you look in universities these days. It is one of the major talking points at international higher education gatherings, including this year’s annual conference of EUPRIO, the European universities public relations and communications association, being held in Antwerp, Belgium, in SeptembeBranding seems to be everywhere you look in universities. ‘Living […]

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The rise of English-taught degrees abroad

ONE of the big education stories of our times is the drive towards ‘internationalisation’ by universities all over the world. I’ve written about this already this year for BBC online news and EUPRIO, the European Universities Public Relations & Information Officers. One thing standing out is the rush to create courses entirely taught in English […]

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How good communications helped struggling university!

To hear that effective communications can play an important role in turning around the fortunes of struggling institutions is music to the ears of those working in higher education communications. For many of us who have worked in corporate communication must have sometimes wondered if those in charge of higher education really understand and truly […]

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