PR and Communications Courses Results

January 2019

Congratulations to everyone who got #CIPRQualified in January 2019 or are another step closer to being so. Once again we were delighted with the results and the fantastic work from our students.

Particular congrats to all on our CIPR Specialist Diploma in Internal Communication – there was a 100% pass rate and we were just one paper away from a 100% pass rate on the Internal Communication Certificate course.

Those studying for the CIPR Professional PR Diploma were submitting their second assignment - a thought leadership article. The standard was incredibly high – probably the highest yet since the syllabus was updated a couple of years ago and we were just two papers away from another 100% pass rate. You can check out some of the great work that was submitted over on PR Place and we will be publishing more during the coming weeks.

October 2018

We are very proud to announce that 100 PR Academy students became CIPR Qualified in October 2018. This is out of a total of 150 people who qualified worldwide, so it is a fantastic achievement! We would like to send very well earned congratulations to all those qualifying across the PR, internal comms, public affairs and crisis communication CIPR courses.

This means over 200 PR and communication professionals have become CIPR Qualified in 2018 after studying with PR Academy. 


March 2018

Congratulations to the 85 students who submitted work in March and became #CIPRQualified with us. What a bright bunch it was. Everyone who submitted work for the CIPR Advanced Certificate (now the Professional PR Certificate) passed their assignment. We also saw a 100% pass rate for the Foundation in PR and specialist diplomas in crisis communication and public affairs. With just one exception, everyone passed each of the internal communication courses, both diploma and certificate.

As usual our pass rate across all courses, a total of 158 papers, was more than 90%.

(Note that the grading of courses has now moved away from pass/merit/distinction to just pass or fail.)