Marketing & PR Career Workshop - 19/12/2012 - still bookable by phone 01276 687511
- Marketing & PR Career Workshop - 19/12/2012 - still bookable by phone 01276 687511
- 19th December 2012
- 10:00 - 15:30
- Event type
- Experience events
- £55.00 (Futurewise Members) £80.00 (non-Futurewise Members)
- Course code
- Number of places available
- Aimed at
- Students aged 16-19
- Dress code
- Smart casual – no jeans
Online bookings are now closed for this course. However, late bookings can still be made over the phone - call 01276 687512 or 01276 687511
Marketing is an essential part of any business operation. It is all about understanding the customer and making sure the goods or services that people really want or need are available when, where and how they need them. There are careers for people with several good GCSEs, or equivalent qualifications, up to graduate and postgraduate level.
PR sometimes has a glamorous image – organising champagne receptions, entertaining important clients at major sporting events and so on. But there is a great deal more to it than that. It's about communicating, influencing people and getting messages across. PR is closely related both to journalism and to advertising.
Who is it for?
Students aged 16-19 interested in studying the field of marketing and public relations.
How can this day help you?
Explore the principles of marketing and public relations techniques
Understand all the opportunities a career in marketing and PR can offer: salary, work/life balance, working abroad, qualification routes, required skills, jobs in demand
- Chat with leading professionals and discuss ideas about how to succeed in this career area
- Discover how to set about work experience and making yourself "employable"
All event details are subject to change. We would advise you to check the website as we update information on a regular basis
University of Greenwich is home to a thriving community of over 23,000 students of all ages. Students of over 140 countries choose to study at Greenwich which is also a popular option for people from our local communities in south-east London and Kent.