High school student recruitment

High School Student Recruitment

  High School Student Strategies Competition for new college and university student enrollments is increasing, with many more students looking at alternative pathways. That’s why it’s more important than ever for institutions to step up their recruitment game and develop an effective strategy to attract and register students, remembering they also experience stress while looking…

Recruiting Generation Z

Recruiting Generation Z All involved student recruitment particularly those reaching out to school leavers, cannot assume the same recruitment strategies that worked in the past will continue to do so today. If your university has been using the same student recruitment techniques for the past 5 years you need to stop and seriously reconsider your…

University Micro Marketing

Many university faculties want a recruitment tool specific to them and not be totally reliant on macro university marketing and student recruitment programs. They’d like to attract students interested in their study area rather than whole of university. Using MyCareerMatch micro-marketing, faculties can attract and collect future students details based on their specific interest. Each…

Attracting Adults to Study Online

For many universities marketing to adults, online study can substantially increase student enrolment. For instance, most regional universities rely heavily on their local catchment schools to provide students. The difficulty is student school numbers vary year by year and the attraction of larger city campuses will divert young people away from you Marketing to Adults…

Increase university retention by providing quality career advice to school leavers before they apply

Thousands of first-year university students drop out each year. While it has traditionally been the responsibility of high schools to help young people explore their further education options, universities also have a role to play in educating future students at the high school level in order to increase retention rates and ensure young people benefit from their university experience.