Over the last 3 months I have been working alongside Stephen Waddington at Wadds Inc. to develop a dataset of all of the agencies that started since the January 2020. The aim was to find what the driving motivations behind these COVID-19 agency startups are, to spot any trends, and to understand the specialisms that are becoming popular in PR.
In this week’s the PR Students Experience, I spoke to Ella McLaren who is just finishing her second year on the PR degree at University of the Arts London. Below I talk about all of the projects Ella has worked on alongside her degree as well as her plans for a future in the music industry.
As president of a large society at my university, confessions pages are my worst nightmare. There has been a Facebook confessions page for my university for about 2 years now; at first it was fun and exciting but now they just cause havoc. As a page for anonymous posting, people can have their say onContinue reading “Confessions Pages are a PR Nightmare for University Student Societies”
In this week’s the PR Students Experience, we’re going international! I spoke to Rhea Mathew who studied her MA in Communications Studies at Indiana University after graduating from her BA in Communications, English and Psychology. Rhea graduated in 2016 so this is about her experience 5 years ago and things have certainly changed since then.Continue reading “The PR Students Experience: Rhea Mathew”
For this week’s PR Students Experience I had the chance to meet Babett Kürschner and discuss her time at University of the Arts London (UAL). Babett is currently a third year public relations student at UAL and does a lot of extra work alongside her degree. Babbett is very proactive and you may have seenContinue reading “The PR Students Experience: Babett Kürschner”
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