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When did you last do a social media audit?

When was the last time you audited all the social media accounts associated with your university? That’s not just the official accounts managed by EUPRIO members and your corporate communication colleagues, but also all those claiming to speak for the faculties as well as individuals with a link from your university’s web pages? A recent survey of 2,350 different European university website homepages, using the European higher education ETER project’s database,…

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Speakers in the video spotlight at #EUPRIO2018

With the focus on the digital transformation of university communications at EUPRIO’s annual conference this year in Sevilla, we’ve made a series of short youtube video interviews in which EUPRIO’s blogger-in-chief Nic Mitchell talks to some of the speakers and participants about the challenges of digital communications. Drag university communications into the 21stcentury Gerry McGovern’s opening keynote speech had #EUPRIO2018 participants jumping on to social media to applaud his hard-hitting…

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Social media helps students decide where to study abroad

More than 8 in 10 prospective students looking at studying abroad in 11 European Union countries turn to social media when applying to university – with 65% using it as part of their research into where to study and nearly 30% to help make their application, according to the 2018 International Student Survey. Despite being sometimes written off as a fading star, Facebook remains the most popular form of social…

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Russian focus on visual communications gets EUPRIO backing

A web conference being organised by a Russian university is being supported by EUPRIO. The webinar-style event will focus on visual communications in new media and is being hosted by Tomsk State University, from May 20-22, 2014. EUPRIO’s President Denis Ancion said: “I’m delighted to accept an invitation for us to be an official information partner and hope EUPRIO members with expertise in this field will put themselves forward as…

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