open day improvement techniques

Tia’s Blog: Improving Open Days – A Student’s Perspective

Going to university Open Days can be an overwhelming experience for students. For most, choosing a university is one of the biggest decisions they have ever had to make. Based on my experiences, I have compiled a list of fresh ideas which will reassure your applicants and in turn improve your Open Days.

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Tia’s Blog: My first week as a TSR intern

Hi, I’m Tia, a second-year student from the University of Sussex. I’m sharing my experiences of my first week interning in Marketing at TSR. Watch my video and find out what I’ve been doing. I’ll keep you posted on my progress.

Youth marketing strategies for brands

Top youth marketing strategies for brands

Students, Gen Z, youths, the future generation. Call them what you like, they are here and they have purchasing power. So what do they want from your brand and what kind of relationship should you build with your youth marketing strategy? We’ve pulled together the latest youth research trends to help you understand this audience and spot the ideal opportunities to engage.

Youth market insights: Apprenticeships

With the rise of alternatives to higher education, such as degree apprenticeships, students now have more options to consider than ever before. This article summarises findings from our annual Options report about apprenticeships and demonstrates interesting ways and optimal times to engage prospective apprentices.

OPTIONS 2018 – FREE ANNUAL REPORT

Each year we survey thousands of students to discover their perceptions of the options available to them after school, college or university to give you a unique insight into their decision-making journey.

Commercial Partnerships

Postgraduates: Who they are, what they want to hear and how to engage them

What are the reasons for students to stay in education after their undergraduate degree? What influences their decision to do a postgraduate degree? We’ve pulled key insights from activity on The Student Room to give you a unique window into students’ behaviour and motivations when it comes to postgraduate (PG) study.