New research into the state of public relations education in the UK
If you have undertaken training, a professional qualification, or have studied public relations at degree level recently (within the past three years) we’d love to hear from you.
#50over50: Robert Taylor
The latest person to be profiled in our #50over50 series is media trainer and author Robert Taylor, nominated by Caroline Black.
#50over50: Caroline Black
We explore the career of a proud Londoner as we add Caroline Black to our #50over50 series.
#50over50: Paul Noble
We profile author, trainer and educator Paul Noble as he prepares to retire from his public relations work.
How to study public relations (pandemic edition)
Many new students are starting degree courses and many candidates are embarking on professional qualifications. Here's our advice to them.
Why study for a PR or communication qualification?
Training helps to sharpen up skills, qualifications help you to step up in your career, and chartership means you've signed up to the professional project.
The state of public relations education
The UK's longest-established BA Public Relations degree course is no longer recruiting.
What’s the point of public relations?
The challenge in public relations is not describing what we do, it's working out why we do it.