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Using Snapchat for Student Recruitment

A recent study from New York based marketing company Sumpto found that more than three-quarters of college students use Snapchat at least once a day. 387 more words


Taiwan - Malaysia university collaborations MUST be win-win!

There must be ways to check the current one-way flow of students from Malaysia to Taiwan for the benefit of institutions and students of both nations. 1,758 more words


Go Enrol Founder Writes for the RSA

Last week, Stephen Parkes’s, Founder of Go Enrol, post for the RSA about what Go Enrol has been doing was published. It focuses on what Go Enrol has done around supporting students discovering and applying for university courses. 106 more words


International Student Recruitment: How to Keep in Prospective Students' Minds with your Presentation

In my opinion, visiting schools around the world is perhaps one of the most effective ways of recruiting international students. When attending education exhibitions, there are so many universities around that it is a much more difficult task for the prospective student to be persuaded. 949 more words


Meet the Project Team


The Student Recruitment and Admissions Programme within Service Excellence commenced at the end of September 2016 and we aim to give you a light-hearted fortnightly update on what we are doing. 589 more words


From digital wall paper to interactive tour stops – Adrian College increased its student recruitment with digital signs

Adrian college implemented digital signs in their campus that boasted photo galleries, spotlights of faculty, atheletes and alumni, information about upcoming events and more. Those interacting with the signs can also read the inhouse college magazine, Contact. 167 more words

Interactive Digital Signage

Higher Education: 7 Tips to Select the Right Student Recruitment Agent for Universities

As the number of universities looking to diversify their students and break into new markets increase, we are seeing an increasing surge of student recruitment agencies (education consultants they call themselves) pop up around the world. 1,436 more words