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The 3 Things Successful Recruiters Do to Engage New Members

Recruiting new members for your campus group is probably one of the most frustrating parts of student organizing. It’s actually pretty easy to start talking to people about your group, and if anything, a lot of people will be super receptive and interested. 496 more words

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5 Reasons to Recruit from Jamaica

At the end of the month, we will be in Kingston, Jamaica with an awesome group of universities and colleges to recruit local students. Our goal is to provide our… 428 more words

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Comprehensive universities

By Paul Temple

Tim Blackman, the VC of Middlesex University, will, I guess, have been pleased by the interest created by his polemic, The Comprehensive University: An Alternative to Social Stratification by Academic Selection… 641 more words

Higher Ed Leaders are 10% More Likely to Use Social Media Than Their Corporate Counterparts

Many higher ed institutions across the globe are boosting their social budgets to keep up with a new generation of students who rely primarily on social media for their news and information about a variety of topics, according to a new report from Hootsuite, a social media monitoring company. 547 more words

International Education Agents and Student Satisfaction

The use of commissioned agents to recruit international students by United States higher education was banned until 2013 and is still intensely debated on whether this practice should be allowed. 615 more words

Higher Education

Challenge to B-School Rankings

21 scholars publish call to reject popular measures and ordinal rankings — and to replace them with more meaningful tools for comparisons.

Twenty-one scholars at a range of business schools are about to publish a joint call to change the way business schools are ranked. 834 more words

Welcome to Prospective Student Advice

Are you currently considering applying to a university and are uncertain where to start?

Choosing university might be a difficult process as it involves high personal and financial investment. 274 more words

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