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We're Supporting &more - The New Home For Young Researchers

Given YouthSight is all about Millennials and market research, we couldn’t think of a better industry group to support than &more - the Market Research Society’s new home for young...

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YouthSight Develops Ground-breaking Segmentation For Sport England

Sport England is in the business of creating sporting habits for life. Between 2012 and 2017 Sport England will invest over £1 billion of National Lottery and Exchequer funding

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BBC Radio 4, The Bottom Line with YouthSight director Josephine Hansom

Evan Davis hosts panel discussion on The Youth Market with three industry insiders; Josephine Hansom from YouthSight, Philip O'Ferrall, Senior Vice President at

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Unite Students' Major New Report On Student Resilience

Unite Students is the UK’s leading operator of purpose built student accommodation, providing a home for over 46,000 students in 138 properties across 28 of the UK’s strongest...

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YS Works With BIS - See Report On Teaching Quality & Proposed PG Loans

YouthSight was commissioned by Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) to investigate the views and opinions of applicants, students and graduates surrounding two key...

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YS In The News: Academic Experience Survey Featured Widely - The Telegraph, Independent, Guardian & More

YouthSight has been carrying out research for HEPI and HEA since 2006, investigating how full-time undergraduates rate their time in higher education and their

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HEPI/HEA Student Academic Experience Survey 2016

YouthSight has been carrying out important research for Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) and the Higher Education Academy (HEA) since 2006.

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YS IN THE NEWS: Research With YMCA On Legal Highs In Independent And BBC News
YouthSight has powered the latest piece of news-breaking research with YMCA on legal highs, after the recent blanket ban on 'psychoactive substances' which mimic the effects of...
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Keeping Schtum?: What students think of free speech | HEPI / YouthSight Monitor Wave #2 | May 2016
YouthSight and HEPI have been working together since 2006, releasing occasional research monitors relating to the UK student population.  Below is HEPI’s latest press release on our...
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Independent, Financial Times and T.H.E report on our Student EU Referendum Data
YouthSight's recent research with Universities UK on the EU referendum is featured in the Independent, BBC News, Times Higher Education, Financial Times, CITY A.M., Daily Express ...
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Our research is featured in The Independent: Student Shun Booze for Coffee

Where are you most likely to find a university student - bars? Nightclubs? YouthSight's research - covered extensively in The Independent and The Scotsman, challenges these...

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YS In The News: Which? University - 3 In 10 Regret A-Level Choices

Original research for Which? University by YouthSight has revealed that 3 in 10 students regret their a-level choices, and 4 in 10 wished they had thought more carefully about which...

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YS Product Launch - SnapMe Videos

SnapMe - Vox pops with Millenians and Gen Z in 48 hours

YouthSight, the Millennial & Gen Z market research specialists, have launched a new video vox pop service called SnapMe for...

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YouthSight's Research: 'Student Shun Booze in Favour of Coffee' is Featured in The Independent & The Scotsman
Our latest research is covered extensively in leading publications: The Independent and The Scotsman. 
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