Rachel Johnson is the new Head of Careers at UCAS Media, the trading arm of UCAS (the UK’s higher education admissions service).
Posted Thu 26 June 2014 - 00:00

Rachel Johnson is the new Head of Careers at UCAS Media, the trading arm of UCAS (the UK’s higher education admissions service).

The senior role has been created to develop UCAS Media’s offering to businesses, giving employers more opportunities to engage with students at different stages, from 16 year olds to graduates.

Rachel will lead the existing careers team who help employers reach the UCAS audience with career opportunities, through digital platforms and the CareerZone at UCAS conventions.

Rachel Johnson, Head of Careers at UCAS Media, said: “UCAS Media is perfectly positioned to help companies start conversations with students, at times when crucial career choices are being made.

“The strong foundation of the UCAS brand, our digital offering and face-to-face events give our clients brilliant opportunities to get their messages across to young people. I look forward to leading the team as we develop our careers proposition for employers over the coming months.”  

Rachel joins UCAS Media having worked at the graduate careers site Milkround for nearly nine years, and also as General Manager for NotGoingToUni.co.uk. Rachel reports directly to Jeremy Phillips, UCAS Media’s Managing Director who started in February 2014.


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UCAS Press Office: 01242 545 469



A photo of Rachel Johnson is available on request.

UCAS Media is a marketing services business that excels in reaching youth and student demographics. Clients get unrivalled access to this highly engaged audience, helping them design and deliver targeted and relevant marketing campaigns that have maximum impact.

UCAS Media is a limited company, and the commercial business unit of UCAS – a charity dedicated to connecting people to higher education. All UCAS Media profits are gift aided back to UCAS; funding continued improvements to the UK’s only university and college admissions service.

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