The PRCA Partner University initiative provides PR agencies and in-house teams with the opportunity to network with the practitioners of the future. It is part of our commitment to nurture the very best talent the UK has to offer -maintaining  the UK's reputation as the global hub for PR expertise. Corporate membership is extended to university in-house communications teams.

For more information about the scheme please contact the PRCA's University Liasion Leo Fedorcio.

The PRCA’s partner universities are:

 

 

 

 

On Monday 11th February 2013, the PRCA hosted a day of advice, insight and opportunity to PR students across the country. The event was held at Manchester Metropolitan University, with industry experts focussing on topics such as breaking in to the industry, how to put together award winning campaigns and broadcasting stories around the world.

Please find the presentations from the day below.

Alison Owen, BDB - What is PR?

Rod Cook, Derbyshire County Council

Brian Beech, Havas PR UK - CV or not CV?

Cheryl Bennett, Pelican PR - Getting a PR Job

 

 

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