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An invite to University Marketing Professionals

This is event is now fully booked.

Event Information

Friday 21 June 2019 9.15am - 2pm

Venue: BBC New Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London W1A 1AA

Nearest tubes: Oxford Circus (5 mins walk), Great Portland Street (7 mins), Bond Street (8 mins)

Time: Arrival and coffee from 9.15am Event begins at 10.00am Event finishes with buffet lunch from 1.00 - 2.00pm

Please note: You will need to bring photo ID to gain access to the building and allow time for bag checks (therefore arriving between 9.15 - 9.30am is recommended)

A morning at the BBC

Can universities be masters of their post-Brexit destiny?

You are invited to spend the morning in the heart of the BBC.

BBC Global News (the global, commercial arm of BBC News who operate BBC World News and have been partners with Educate for 10 years. Together we help Universities connect with fantastic BBC content via advertising and sponsorship, offering access to overseas students considering coming to the UK.

This event comes at a crucial time; As universities face a financial crisis with EU student numbers falling, Branwen Jeffreys, the BBC’s Education Editor will talk about the impact of Brexit. Andrew Hargreaves, an expert in applicant behaviour and university recruitment performance, will look at what the numbers are saying. Mark Garratt, Director of External Affairs at Bradford University, will show us how they are rising to the challenge of international student recruitment.

We will end the morning with some recommendations on how to market to ‘higher education intenders’, one of the key audience segments the BBC reaches.

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Who will be speaking?

Branwen Jeffreys

BBC Education Editor

Andrew Hargreaves

Founder, dataHE

Mark Garratt

Director of External Affairs, University of Bradford

Jo Redfern

Managing Director, Education Cubed

Dr Hamish McPharlin

Head of Insight, BBC Global News