As September draws to an end, BlueSky Education shows no signs of slowing down. Having already had an extremely busy month with a lot of great coverage to show for it, we are eager and ready to see what the next academic year brings.
Here’s a snapshot of the coverage secured over the course of the last month
Firstly, in September we secured a brilliant piece of coverage in the Financial Times, featuring five of our clients: emlyon Business School, ESMT, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Nyenrode Business University and Aalto University School of Business. The article reveals expert tips for making a business school application stand out amid rising applications, and it was great to see so many of our schools give their opinions in such a highly regarded publication.
Another standout piece comes from The Economist, in which NEOMA Business School featured via an interview with their dean, Delphine Manceau. The article showcases Manceau’s innovative ideas to transform learning habits and teaching approaches within the school, launching a digital campus to keep students engaged despite remote working. Furthermore, Manceau and the school are committed to ensuring gender quality within the higher education sector. It is a challenge that is highly significant and this it is great to have NEOMA featured in such a widely read publication.
In addition, another piece of excellent coverage was in BusinessBecause and their MBA Application Guide 2021 – 2022. The Head of MBA Marketing, Chris Healy, at Alliance Manchester Business School provided some important insight into when applicants should consider applying.
Amongst all of this, we also secured great coverage for our clients across a whole host of leading education and business-specific publications such as Forbes, Poets and Quants, The Guardian Nigeria, QS and EFMD. This included a vast array of topics, from hybrid working to young CEOs and even the benefits of horse milk!
This is just a snapshot of the coverage we have secured for our clients in September. To find out how we can help your business school or university to achieve its media goals, contact BlueSky Education today.