Opportunity to headline the biggest pre-uni events in the UK
Provided by UCAS Media
Make sure your brand messages reach 275,000 16-18 year olds. Sign up to be headline sponsor at all 50 UCAS conventions.
Tell us about the Opportunity / What is it?
UCAS Media are offering brands the opportunity to headline UCAS Conventions, the biggest pre-uni events in the UK. This is an opportunity to make sure your brand messages reach 275,000 16-18 year olds at all 50 UCAS conventions. As headline sponsor, your brand will get exposure across the UK. With it you'll benefit from UCAS' thirty years expertise in delivering these highly regarded events - central locations, guaranteed visitor numbers and the pull of the UCAS brand for delegates and exhibitors alike.
What is the Marketing Objective?
Leave students with a positive lasting impressions of your brand as they start to explore different paths.
How does it work?
Pre-event your logo will appear on all online convention booking pages and on each printable delegate ticket plus one targeted email campaign. At the event the sponsor will receive one double stand at each of our largest (Category A) conventions, hanging banner over stand, two joint branded flags displayed outside, your logo on all directional signage, one minute spot in our video showreel, your logo on the cover of each Category A event guide, and an A5 advert within them, distribution of any brand fliers and an optional 30 minute seminar at our biggest conventions.
Who's used it in the past?
Please contact a member of the UCAS Media team for details of previous convention sponsors.
Features / Benefits
Excellent opportunity to align your brand with the biggest pre-uni events in the UK and to target 275,000 16-18 year olds. Opportunity to leave students with a positive lasting impression of your brand as they start to explore different paths with student attendees quoted as saying "I am now looking forward to planning my future."; "The UCAS convention has confirmed that I definitely want to take a gap year."; "It gave me a real insight into university life."