One of the women´s favorite companion, Cosmopolitan, is heading back to University. From this fall, the veteran in fashion and celeb´s publication will be rejuvenated and transformed into a younger version, apt for the young fashionistas to be.

The National Magazine Company has announced that Cosmopolitan is launching a free magazine targeting female students between the ages of 18 and 21.

In words of Louise Court, editor of Cosmopolitan, We wanted to produce a free tailored version of Cosmopolitan that talks directly to the student population and gives them all the honest and intimate advice they can get from the monthly magazine, but tailored specifically to their lifestyle as an introduction to the paid-for glossy.”

Cosmo on Campus launches in October with a print run of 250,000 copies. The spin-off glossy magazine will be distributed at 65 universities across the UK, including London Met, Leeds, Manchester, Wales and Edinburgh.

Printed on news print paper, the 56-page magazine will include Freshers’ Week Confessions, Cash and Careers Clinic as well as high street fashion for achieving celebrity looks on a budget.

An online channel will support the hard copy with additional content and competitions at www.cosmooncampus.co.uk.

The National Magazine Company plans to roll-out one edition of the magazine per quarter in 2011.

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