of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
(according to the 2015/16 DLHE survey)
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'The state of local news: Bright future or dark times?' will see senior journalists, media professionals and key stakeholders consider the role of local and regional journalism today in two round-table discussions.
Speakers at the event include KM Group editorial director Ian Carter, Canterbury City Council head of communications Leo Whitlock, Canterbury BID chief executive Bob Jones, Keith Magnum from Hackney Citizen, Kathy Bailes - Isle of Thanet News , Edd Withers - Canterury Resident FaceBookGroup, Sarah Munday - Marlowe Theatre, Eleanor Sheath - Pilgrims Hospice, Terry Gore from Catching Lives and Andrew Metcalf from Maxim PR.
They will consider questions such as:
The event is free however organisers have asked those interested to register for catering purposes.
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