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Our philosophy is simple: we don’t rest until we’ve done everything we can to make sure you succeed. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun along the way, make great new friends, study at the hottest venues and learn from the sharpest minds.

There are lots of good reasons to study with us, here are some of them…

You’ll be in good company

We’re probably the largest provider of PR education in the UK. Almost 1,000 communicators from all sorts of different backgrounds study with us each year, which in itself makes for a lively learning and networking environment.

You’ll study in the best places

We use modern training venues in central London that have plenty of style and scrumptious seasonal refreshments like mini tubs of ice-cream!

And you’ll study in the best online spaces…

We’ve been designing and delivering courses online since 2007. Our online tutors will facilitate and stimulate your learning.

You’ll have access to a dedicated e-learning site and e-book library

Part of helping to keep your studies on track includes providing all students with access to online supporting resources such as discussion forums, useful links and podcasts. We also have a dedicated e-book library, making a wide range of PR books available to PR Academy students.

You’ll learn from the best

Teaching team members all have great experience. They’ll not only get you thinking about the theory but how is works in practice too. Meet our tutors.

Your work will be rewarded

Our students’ results are consistently high. See for yourself.

You’ll have plenty of courses to choose from

In addition to the CIPR Advanced Certificate and Diploma courses in public relations, we run the CIPR Internal Communication Certificate and Diploma, the CIPR Public Affairs Diploma and the CIPR Crisis Communication Diploma.

We also design and deliver courses on measurement and evaluation; project management; project and change communications; social media and digital communications; and leadership – as well as masterclasses on other communication specialisms.

 

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