Kate Tattersfield, December 06, 2018

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My Job in Higher Ed with Marleen Aasa, Head of University Relations at European Innovation Academy

My Job in Higher Ed with Marleen Aasa, Head of University Relations at European Innovation Academy
Earlier this month, we caught up with Marleen Aasa, Head of University Relations at European Innovation Academy to find out about how the organisation is transforming the lives of students through entrepreneurship.
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Why every university needs an admissions management system

Why every university needs an admissions management system
Not every university admissions department operates using an admissions management system, but we’d argue they should. Having such a system saves time and money, and adds immeasurable value to the application experience. As higher education technology experts, we’re biased to an extent, but our belief is grounded in thorough research too.
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Best university campaigns to attract and convert international students

Best university campaigns to attract and convert international students
International study is no longer the reserve of the privileged few: every year more and more students are choosing courses abroad. In 2016, over 300,000 students from the US chose university courses abroad, and around one million people from other countries chose the US as their place of study.
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Catherine Park, November 14, 2018

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7 Higher Education Digital Marketing Trends To Upgrade Your Student Recruitment

7 Higher Education Digital Marketing Trends To Upgrade Your Student Recruitment
The fast-paced technological advancement is causing significant changes in how businesses and different organizations are run. This time, we focus on the exponential technology growth, it's impact on the higher education sector and how you can make the most out of it..
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Kate Tattersfield, November 09, 2018

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My Job in Higher Ed with Dr Luke Burns - Lecturer and Deputy Director at University of Leeds

My Job in Higher Ed with Dr Luke Burns - Lecturer and Deputy Director at University of Leeds
Dr Luke Burns is a Lecturer in Quantitative Human Geography in the School of Geography and Deputy Director (Education and Training) of the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics, University of Leeds.  Having worked in both industry and academia, Luke has developed expertise in several areas of quantitative spatial analysis and mixes these with his passion for high quality student education and management.
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Kate Tattersfield, October 31, 2018

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5 best practices for recruiting students in higher ed

5 best practices for recruiting students in higher ed
As student recruitment retains it place at the forefront of higher education discussion, we take a look at some of the best strategies universities can employ to ensure they are at the top of their game. Working examples from a range of European institutions show that small things can make a difference, and with the right technology, reaching applicants is a lot easier.
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6 content marketing strategies for universities

6 content marketing strategies for universities
Sharing content that is diverse, consistent and engaging can really help to boost a university’s brand presence and can lead to a noticeable increase in enquiries. So in order to compete with other institutions across the globe, universities must invest time and effort into the quality of their content marketing. 
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Kate Tattersfield, October 19, 2018

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Why should universities invest in software to manage their recruitment and admissions process?

Why should universities invest in software to manage their recruitment and admissions process?
Universities are investing in marketing more than ever; admissions and marketing departments are reaching out to prospective students in a number of interesting ways. Social media is being utilised like never before, and many institutions are using video to communicate their message in a more digestible way to a wider audience.
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5 ways to attract international students

5 ways to attract international students
International students are a valuable asset to any university, in more ways than one. Yet fear of the unknown and limited access to information can sometimes detract potential international candidates from applying. What can universities do to ensure this esteemed cohort are properly represented on their own campus?
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Hugo Damásio, October 04, 2018

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My job in higher ed with Nuno Fernandes - Dean of Católica Lisbon

My job in higher ed with Nuno Fernandes - Dean of Católica Lisbon
This week we interviewed Nuno Fernandes, Dean of Católica Lisbon business school, to discuss a fresh view on how to keep education a key sector in society, in the middle of all the technological disruption.  Nuno also shares his view on other topics such as: Lisbon as top european city to study and live; the globalisation of business schools, as seen by the trends in international students; and the shift in power from lecturers, to students, as the ones who have the most up-to-date knowledge.
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