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EUPRIO gets international and communication teams collaborating

University international offices and press & communication departments face similar challenges, but day-to-day business gets in the way and prevents sharing information and developing a common strategy to benefit students, staff and the universities themselves, according to a study backed by EUPRIO. The project supported by EUPRIO’s Mobility Programme (EMP) involved international and communication managers at five higher education institutions (HEIs) and the results were presented to EUPRIO 2019 annual…

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POLISH UP YOUR EUPRIO AWARD ENTRIES

Time to polish up your entry for the European higher education communications ‘Oscars’ and gain the recognition you deserve from PR and marketing peers across the continent. Gisella Bengtsson from Uppsala University (R) receiving the EUPRIO 2014 Award from Sys Christina Vestergaard. The annual EUPRIO Awards shine the spotlight on outstanding campaigns and projects and encourage the sharing of best practice by university communication teams all over Europe. Judging and…

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University comms in the age of Facebook posts and tweets !

Nic Mitchell (alias @EuprioNic) EUPRIO’s chief blogger Nic Mitchell drew on his experience managing the flow of news on the association’s website and social media pages when he spoke, via Skype, to the 4th UNICA PR and Communication Workshop this month. Here he highlights some of his key messages. My talk focused on ‘University communications in the digital age – where a feature is a blog and a news brief…

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#EUPRIO14: Keeping up with the pace of higher education change

The pace of change in higher education is accelerating and those on the frontline explaining what is going on have never faced such challenging times. With cuts to government spending, and demographic trends reducing the flow of 18 and 19-year-olds, the need to communicate the value – and values – of higher education have never been greater. So, it is timely that EUPRIO’s 2014 conference in Innsbruck, Austria (pictured), should…

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