Reet Sen

Reet Sen
I am a Business Development Executive at FULL FABRIC. I love travelling, good food and the outdoors.
Find me on:

Recent posts

How to measure the ROI of tech in higher education

How to measure the ROI of tech in higher education
In most cases, the return-on-investment of a certain technology product a university uses is quantifiable. This is especially true for tech used in the student recruitment and admissions process.
Read more

Why the applicant experience should be your number one priority

Why the applicant experience should be your number one priority
For university recruitment and admissions teams, it’s hugely important to have a comprehensive CRM to optimise recruitment strategies. A forward-looking CRM can help convert more applicants into enrolled students, enhance communication, streamline administrative tasks and ultimately free up precious time.
Read more

The biggest investment a young professional can make

The biggest investment a young professional can make
This month I released my first book, Soft Skills for Young Pros. I wrote this book with the intention to help young people bridge the gap between higher education and the real world.
Read more

Why has Finland introduced tuition fees for non-EU students?

Why has Finland introduced tuition fees for non-EU students?
Nordic universities have for a long time been renowned for their offer of free education and focus on the value of learning. However, the Nordic tradition of free tuition for non-EU students is fast becoming a thing of the past. Denmark introduced tuition fees for non-Europeans in 2006 and Sweden followed suit in 2011. Accordingly, enrolment of overseas students fell sharp shortly after fees were introduced.
Read more

How to optimise your university's info sessions

How to optimise your university's info sessions
Info sessions are an integral part of any university’s marketing strategy. They provide a way to inform prospects about your university and encourage them to progress through the recruitment process.
Read more

Four ways to fine-tune the higher ed application process

Four ways to fine-tune the higher ed application process
For a student entering higher education, a university's application process is a taste of what it could be like studying at that institution. As higher education grows ever competitive, the quality and ease of your university’s application process can be a huge differentiating factor in a student’s decision.
Read more

The MBA admissions experience: an applicant’s story

The MBA admissions experience: an applicant’s story
In a previous blog post, three ways to manage stress as an MBA student, I told my story of the triggers which propelled me to go out and do an MBA. Having grown up, studied and worked in Brisbane, a large but low-populated city, at age 24 I found myself sinking into a professional and social comfort zone. I decided I needed a change of environment.
Read more

Three ways to manage stress as an MBA student

Three ways to manage stress as an MBA student
“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.” – Albert Einstein
Read more

How to make the most of a university careers fair

How to make the most of a university careers fair
As a 2015 MBA alumnus working in the higher education industry, I’d take no hesitation in encouraging current students to attend career fairs and recruitment days. From my experience, these events see visiting companies set up a stall and engage with students through Q&As, talks and interviews, and offer merchandise. For students, these events present new opportunities, new relationships, access to first-hand knowledge, and an opportunity to represent their universities.
Read more