We’re coming to the end of the first month of a New Year, and BlueSky Education has entered 2020 on a high. Over the past month we have achieved amazing coverage for our clients in top tier and sector specific publications across the globe, from India to Ireland. Here’s just a few examples of what we’ve been up to:
January 2020 has seen a number of BlueSky’s clients feature in the Financial Times.
To start, Imperial College Business School and Nyenrode Business University featured in both the print and online editions of the FT earlier this month in article centred on studying for an MBA without first having an undergraduate degree. With both schools receiving healthy portions of the article, this piece outlined a number of case studies from each school on how they accommodate applicants for their MBA programmes who have the desire and the expertise, but not the educational qualifications.
Durham University Business School also featured in the FT this month, with a faculty member offering an op-ed for both print and online around the subject of ‘investors asking the wrong questions about sustainability’.
Alongside this coverage, Alliance Manchester Business School also received top tier coverage, being featured in the Guardian around enticing pull of the MBA.
January has also been a great month for securing coverage in education press, with BlueSky’s clients featuring in a number of education publications. For example, MIP Politecnico di Milano, Durham University Business School, Imperial College Business School, NEOMA Business School, and Nazarbayev University all featured in BusinessBecause’s ‘Deans’ Predications for 2020’ article. Alongside this, our client’s achieved media coverage in publications such as India Education Diary, the Association of MBAs, Poets&Quants, and Business Graduates Association (BGA).
These are just a few examples of the media coverage we achieved for our clients in January.
Are you from a business school or university that could benefit a greater media presence?