How to Advertise

Times Higher Education - required reading

Times Higher Education (THE) has been at the heart of the UK’s higher education sector for over 40 years. During this time it has built a solid reputation as one of the most authoritative and trusted sources of information about higher education.

Every week, THE delivers in-depth news, analysis and opinion to an information-hungry audience. From policy issues to worldwide intellectual developments, our specialist staff of reporters and academic contributors offer a wealth of knowledge and understanding.

Our website, www.timeshighereducation.co.uk, is one of the world’s leading destinations for the higher education community with a dedicated global readership eager to view and discuss our news, comment, analysis and book reviews and to search our job vacancy pages.

We also have more than 120,000 followers on Twitter at www.twitter.com/timeshighered.

• Readership: c. 95,000 readers of THE each week1

• Online: Reach 767,000 unique online visitors on average to the THE website a month2

Advertising

You can reach the widest possible audience of higher education jobseekers with targeted print and online campaigns.

Whether you’re looking to recruit the best staff or you want to showcase your products and services to our highly targeted audience THE can offer you a range of options to suit your budget and your needs.

How to Advertise

Display advertising solutions:

THE offers a range of advertising and marketing opportunities to help raise your profile with the people who matter. Options include advertisements, inserts, courses, conferences and events, the textbook guide, sponsored supplements, the world rankings and roundtable debates. There is no better way of generating brand awareness for your company or product range whilst suiting your needs and budget.

For more information, contact Matthew Clancy on +44 (0)20 3194 3084 or email matthew.clancy@tesglobal.com.

Recruitment advertising solutions:

With an improved range of online packages and even better value for money in the magazine, THE is the best way to reach higher education professionals to ensure your higher education vacancy attracts the best candidates on the market. You can choose whether to advertise your vacancy in the magazine AND online, or online only.

For more information about our rates please download the media pack now.

Alternatively you can contact the Recruitment Enquiries hotline on +44 (0)20 3194 3399 or email recruitment@timeshighereducation.co.uk.

Or Polly Fryer on +44 (0)203 194 3268 or email polly.fryer@tesglobal.com.

Or Dominic Garcia on +44 (0)203 194 3286 or email dominic.garcia@tesglobal.com.

 

Executive Focus section:

THE Executive Focus is the high-profile recruitment section specifically for your institution’s most prestigious roles.

Placed strategically within the first half of the magazine, THE Executive Focus offers a unique opportunity to put your executive vacancies in the spotlight and in front of a global audience of the most senior and experienced candidates.

You can contact the Recruitment Enquiries hotline on +44 (0)20 3194 3399 or email recruitment@timeshighereducation.co.uk.

Or Polly Fryer on +44 (0)203 194 3268 or email polly.fryer@tesglobal.com.

Or Dominic Garcia on +44 (0)203 194 3286 or email dominic.garcia@tesglobal.com.

For more information about our rates please download the media pack now.

Classified sales

Recruitment Enquiries
Tel: +44 (0)20 3194 3399
Email: recruitment@timeshighereducation.co.uk

Display sales

Matthew Clancy
Key Account Manager
Tel: +44 (0)20 3194 3084
Email: matthew.clancy@tesglobal.com

Stephen Yarrall
Key Account Manager
Phone: +44 (0)20 3194 3192
Email: stephen.yarrall@tesglobal.com

Advertising production

Gavin Power
Advertising Production Manager
Tel: +44 (0)20 3194 3008
Email: gavin.power@tesglobal.com

1 Fusion Communications THE reader survey 2010, based on an average of 4 readers per copy

2Adobe Analytics: Reports and Analytics, 9 month average, 2012/13

 

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