PR is used by, and affects, organisations of all kinds – commercial, political, charitable or not-for-profit – and individuals, and makes a fascinating study.
This Public Relations course, developed with the CIPR, covers core business subjects modelled on real-life activities, with the chance in your final year to work on a real brief and present your work to senior PR agency management.
This direct contact with professionals builds your confidence and can provide a route into employment. You will also learn how to run press conferences, handle interviews and develop your presentation skills.
This degree is recognised by the foremost industry body for public relations, the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR).