Advertise in Scotland's National Student Magazine - Scotcampus
Provided by Youth Theory
Scotcampus, Scotland's national student magazine.
Tell us about the Opportunity / What is it?
As Scotland's biggest and oldest independent, student-focussed publication, we provide a unique opportunity to hit the 16-24 market across a wide range of subject areas including, but not limited to, music, food & drink, travel, film, lifestyle, accommodation, careers and style.
Our magazine reaches more than 100,000 students via 400+ carefully selected distribution points across Scotland and now through Brand-to-Hand ambassadors on campus.
Our social media audience numbers in the thousands and our website averages 40,000 unique users per month.
What is the Marketing Objective?
We pride ourselves on delivering flexible opportunities, ranging from straightforward brand awareness to more nuanced products that gather data, encourage direct engagement and associate your brand with various student scenes - from music to travel.
How does it work?
We offer a range of advertising opportunities including magazine adverts and inserts delivers impact ads to build brand awareness; editorial sponsorship that connects you with the latest news and events across Scotland; advertorials and listings which help students discover your brand in a natural, exciting way; competitions and surveys that gather data and boost engagement with our audience
Who's used it in the past?
Clients from the last 12 months include the Army, Coca-Cola, EDF Energy, European Commission, Food Standards Agency, KPMG, Mailboxes, NHS, Ogilvy Homes, Police Scotland, RAF, Royal Navy, Scottish Rugby, Stagecoach, Teenage Cancer Trust, Topshop, Young Scot, all leading private halls of residences and many local businesses and charities.
Features / Benefits
Our activities don't end with the magazine. We publish online, run huge events like Glasgow's Freshers' Festival, and engage with the latest activities on campuses across the country.
We have a constant dialogue with our readership online, at events and through our network of student writers and interns, giving us a unique connection with young audiences across Scotland.