Written by Sam Glanz, Assistant Consultant   It has been a tumultuous six months for the education sector. May saw the publication of the higher education white paper and the Government u-turn on forced academisation; June was, of course, Brexit and the subsequent expansion and reshuffle of the Department of Education; […]

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Jordan Kenny Consultant The higher education sector (HE) is in (another) state of flux and transition. Those of us who work in the sector seem to have been saying that a lot for a good few years now. From the Browne Review and fee increase of the coalition years, to the REF, TEF and widening [...] Read More →

We are currently looking to expand our team with talented communications professionals sharing our passion for education. We are particularly keen to hear from experienced PR managers working in the schools or HE sectors.  You will join a vibrant, committed team, delivering a first class service to clients in the UK and overseas.  There will […]

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Communications Management Consultant and language enthusiast Rob Crosland, reflects on the growth and impact of online language learning. Demand for online language learning is surging, with the global market for digital English language learning alone predicted to reach $3.1bn by 2018. It can include any product or platform that takes the learning experience online, such as: […]

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Miranda Thomas looks at the impact of China’s social media explosion. From the first dynasty until 1987, information in China was limited. People outside the ruling classes lived on a ‘need to know’ basis. This peaked during the Cultural Revolution, when people were told what to say and think. With advent of the World Wide […]

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In a recent blog on HE policy site WonkHE, Communications Management MD,  Justin Shaw highlighted our recent MP research (with Ipsos Mori) to explore what our current politicians think about the state of our education system and the big policy issues relevant to universities in particular. His blogpost is republished here. Through individual interviews with policy-makers […]

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Latest research commissioned by Communications Management from Ipsos MORI suggests that bridging the gap between education and the world of work is a top priority for MPs – and key to Britain’s position in the world economy With two months until the general election, cross party MP research shows that over one-third (34%) of MPs […]

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We’re thrilled that Communications Management has once again received the gold standard industry quality mark for the PR industry from the Public Relations Consultants Association. The internationally recognised Communications Management Standard (CMS) is the industry’s quality certification system for public relations firms. The Standard is an assurance to clients that we adhere to strict quality […]

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