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Data-driven, agile campaigns that get exceptional results

We specialise in education. So we know exactly how to support your recruitment with innovative and dynamic campaigns that convert students at every stage of the cycle.

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We’ll take away all the hassle by scoping, planning, buying and attributing the right media for your student recruitment campaigns.

Convert at each recruitment stage
From raising awareness to generating enquirers, applicants and enrolled students, we know how to deliver conversion at every stage.
We get you results because we constantly monitor and adapt your media campaigns in real-time to maximise your return on investment.
Our experienced team really get youth marketing and know how to bring fresh ideas from other sectors and apply them to education.

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What Our Clients Say

“Education Cubed have played a vital role in Leeds Beckett achieving a huge growth in international student numbers. Their advice and customer service has been excellent throughout and the results of the campaigns have been sector-leading.”
Charlotte Renwick
Associate Director, Student Marketing & Recruitment, Leeds Beckett University
"The whole agency across the board is really generous with the amount of time, resource and expertise that they’ve shared with us. They’ve been able to really get to know us but also understand where they can add the value"
Lucy Parrott
Marketing Manager, Kingston University
"Education Cubed are targeted and focussed but also innovative and creative. They use all available data to really target campaigns but they will also help bring really creative solutions. They really deliver - this year we have seen a 10% increase in all our event sign ups."
Paul Woods
Marketing and Student Recruitment Director, Middlesex University
"I really enjoy working with Education Cubed. I think they are very creative, they are very innovative. The main thing that sets them apart is the data. They are a very results driven agency."
Claire Bodiguel
Campaigns and Insights Manager, Plymouth College of Art