Leeds Metropolitan UniversityTwo Birds One Stone offer brands the youthful touch
Leeds based communications agencies, Magpie Comms and Ptarmigan Bell Pottinger, have launched a new youth offering which will provide public relations and graphic design support for brands targeting the youth market. The team, which is made up of recent graduates and current Leeds Met students hopes that the new venture will create job opportunities for their peers once the new academic year begins.Best place at the best time
A Hungarian associate professor, Márta Konczos, describes her time in the UK and tells students why this is a great time to train as a PR practitioner or academic.Last man standing
He’s seen the future of PR, and it’s female. Andrew Davies on what it’s like to be one of five men left in the final year of a PR degree course.Leeds Met students encourage men to Torque
A competition at Leeds Metropolitan University to find the name for a new men only support group has found its winner. Torque, which was suggested by Peter Khoo, who manages the Rose Bowl HelpZone, was picked from a list of over 50 entries.Grayling Prize winners announced
Final year Leeds Metropolitan University students have battled it out to win the prestigious Grayling Prize 2010 which awards public relations excellence amongst students.Leeds Graduates and Students ask people to Join the Schmoovement
Two recent graduates from Leeds University are launching a new yoghurt lassi drink called Schmoo. Not only are both the managing directors recent graduates, but the Public Relations team behind the consumer launch are five PR students from Leeds Metropolitan University.PR student launches campaign to help students with caring responsibilities
A new campaign to help improve the experience of students with caring responsibilities has been launched at Leeds Metropolitan UniversityPR students launch comedy competition for The Teenage Cancer Trust
A group of Leeds Metropolitan Univeristy PR students have launched a competition to find the funniest human in Leeds. The “iJokeULaugh” competition is encouraging people to submit a joke, anecdote, cartoon or short film that will make the sides split of upcoming comedians Eric Lampaert and Joel Domett, who will be judging the competition.PR student makes TV debut!
Public Relations student and Behind the Spin news editor, Adam Burns, made his television debut this week, when he went head to head with Anne Robinson on the BBC’s The Weakest Link.
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