My job in higher ed: Bibiana Camba, EADA

My job in higher ed: Bibiana Camba, EADA
Bibiana is Admissions Director of International Degree Programmes at EADA, a business school headquartered in Barcelona. She tells us how technology is changing the way executive education is taught and what education means to her.
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Two things your university can do to engage accepted students

Two things your university can do to engage accepted students
There's usually a long period of time from the moment an applicant is admitted to their actual arrival on campus. During this period, a candidate can get anxious and start to rethink their decision.
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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.
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How to create a holistic admission review process

How to create a holistic admission review process
Choosing the right students plays a critical part in the success of your university. Every admissions representative I’ve met has the same goal: to select a diverse group of individuals who have the ability to succeed in their studies, make a significant contribution to their class, put in the hard work required to achieve their desired career and ultimately become a successful and engaged alumna or alumnus.
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My job in higher ed: Nathalie Naveda, University of St Gallen

My job in higher ed: Nathalie Naveda, University of St Gallen
Nathalie explains how she manages the recruiting, marketing and admissions of St Gallen’s SIM-HSG programme, which has been ranked #1 by the Financial Times for six consecutive years.
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How universities can make the most of the new LinkedIn University Pages

How universities can make the most of the new LinkedIn University Pages
LinkedIn has made an abundance of changes to its University Pages since 2016. Many of these changes left many university social media teams feeling lost, frustrated and discouraged while trying to navigate and enhance their presence on the networking platform.
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Five tips for organising a university open day

Five tips for organising a university open day
An open day is an opportunity to show your prospects what student life is like at your university. It’s a chance to show off your campus, let prospects meet faculty members and encourage them to imagine what it would be like to study on one of your programmes.
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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.
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What university admissions teams can learn from The Lean Startup

What university admissions teams can learn from The Lean Startup
In times of uncertainty, learning teams will thrive. This is a recurring theme in Eric Reis’ 2011 book The Lean Startup. Technology companies and new businesses all over the world are taking the teachings of Eric Reis and applying it to the way they work.
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My job in higher ed: Alison Knight, General Director at ISM

My job in higher ed: Alison Knight, General Director at ISM
Alison is General Director at International School of Management in Paris. She tells us about the main qualities she looks for in applicants and how education can open doors.
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