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Join EUPRIO in Perugia!

Over 200 people have already registered for #EUPRIO2015 in Perugia, but there is still time to join EUPRIO next month when they hold their annual conference once again in a beautiful part of Italy, from September 6-9. The deadline for registrations is Friday, August 21 – see here for details including travel and accommodation. This […]

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Don’t leave it too late for EUPRIO in Perugia

Before you pack your bags and head for the sun, don’t forget to register for EUPRIO’s 2015 conference in Perugia, Italy. This year’s theme of Turn it upside down reflects the upheaval higher education is going through across the European continent and beyond. The conference opens on Sunday, September 6 – a change from the […]

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Make the most of EUPRIO conferences

NIC MITCHELL has been attending EUPRIO conferences for 25 years. Here, he offers some tips on how to get the most out of the annual gathering of European higher education communicators. EUPRIO’s conferences are really something special. Held in either late June or early September, they move across the continent of Europe – often meeting […]

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Share new ideas at EUPRIO 2015 in Perugia, Italy

European university PR and communications representatives will be gathering in the ancient Italian city of Perugia in September to reflect on the upheaval taking place across higher education in Europe. Here’s my look at what members of EUPRIO will be talking about. The three-day event promises to be a great opportunity to share the latest […]

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University challenge for European communicators

EUPRIO, the European higher education communicators’ network, is holding its annual conference in Perugia, Italy, from September 6-9, 2015. NIC MITCHELL looks at some of the talking points. THE PACE of change is so rapid that we are struggling to have any real idea of what the world of higher education will look like in […]

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