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Macro Trends in Student Recruitment

Like most areas in marketing also the field of Student Recruitment has been subject to a lot of change in the past few years. Many institutions are still struggling with the effects of these changes and find it hard to decide where to focus. 490 more words

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Five digital sparks to inspire global thinking HE Marketers

Recently we were lucky enough to deliver the opening keynote at the DHENIM conference in Utrecht, Netherlands. DHENIM is mainly made up of talented international marketers from across the Dutch university world and many of them took part in our unique voting system (yes stickers!) to determine some of the most inspiring examples of marketing for them to learn from. 1,306 more words

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EY Level the Playing Field for Social Mobility with New Student Recruitment Process

We are delighted that EY have today opened their student recruitment process for 2015/16, with the headline-grabbing announcement that they have dropped academic screening criteria from their recruitment process. 203 more words

Finalist in the EducationInvestor Awards 2015

We are proud to announce that Go Enrol has become a Finalist in the EducationInvestor Awards 2015. The category we are a finalist in is “Recruitment Service”. 109 more words

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CRM processes in Higher Education

Higher Education Institutions worldwide realize more and more that a more customer centric attitude is essential for them to survive. Demographic figures show that in most Western countries the automatic supply of eighteen year-old Freshmen is desiccating and free MOOC’s offered by top-rated universities from other countries cause serious competition. 793 more words

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Resource Roundup: Branding & Marketing

CASE’s Annual Conference on Marketing and Branding, which wrapped up last week in Marina del Ray, California, explored the key ingredients of creating and communicating a successful brand. 811 more words

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Marketing a satellite/branch campus

The University of Groningen just announced that they’ll be the first Dutch university to have a campus in Yantai, China. It’s our first branch campus ever so it’s an extremely exciting time. 203 more words

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