How to get your business school in the Financial Times

A free masterclass

Available on-demand


Every business school wants to be featured in the FT. But not every business school knows how.

For the first time, we'll share how to get your programmes, research and faculty expertise into the Financial Times in a dedicated webinar.

Insights from our specialist PR consultants will include:

  • What the FT is looking for (and when)
  • How to pitch
  • How to give the perfect quote
  • Guidance around the special reports
  • Example success stories
  • Live Q&A

With a readership of over 26 million readers across the globe every month - 32% of which are C-suite, 62% who are business decision makers and 77% who work for an international company, the Financial Times is a key target publication for business schools. Make sure you tap into their audience by following our expert advice.

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Hosted by

Stephanie Mullins-Wiles
A formally-trained journalist, Stephanie entered the realm of PR when she joined BlueSky. Utilising her personal experience as a reporter, she has extensive experience in managing communications outreach for business schools and universities around the world, working with recognised names such as; HEC Paris, Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford, ESMT Berlin, the London School of Economics’ Department of Management, University of Edinburgh Business School, NEOMA Business School, King’s Business School, Durham University Business School, ESCP Business School, UCL School of Management, and many more across the world.
Peter Remon
Account Director

Peter has cemented relationships globally with key journalists and editors, achieving prominence for clients across a breadth and depth of significant publications, from trade specific media like International Finance Magazine and QS TopMBA, to national and international goliaths such as Handelsblatt, Le Monde, US News and World Report, and the Financial Times.

Peter also writes under his own name for key publications such as HRZone, Medium and Data Driven Investor.

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