Not all CRMs are created equal

Not all CRMs are created equal - so how do you make sure your systems deliver

Not all CRMs are created equal – so how do you make sure your systems deliver Over the years we’ve had to replace a range of different existing systems with StudyLink Connect. The one we scratch our heads about the most is when a client has used a traditional ‘one size fits all’ CRM tool…

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3 reasons to focus on quality applications

3 reasons to focus on quality student applications

3 reasons to focus on quality applications Education providers in the UK saw a huge surge in submitted applications during and after the peak of COVID. And with international students returning, many other study destinations like Australia have started to experience a similar trend. Knowing how to measure admissions success could save your team from…

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Engaging agents in a virtual world

Engaging agents in a virtual world

Engaging agents in a virtual world 3 tips to strengthen relationships when travel isn’t possible Admissions teams around the world are competing for a declining number of prospective students. COVID-19 travel restrictions are making decisions to study abroad challenging – and there is concern that perceived risks will prevent the international student market from rebounding…

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New master agent models magnify the transparency gap

New master agent models magnify the transparency gap

New master agent models magnify the transparency gap New technology platforms have transformed the way we do just about everything. It’s hard to imagine booking a holiday without first turning to an online platform to research all options, including advice from others through forums and reviews, before making any decisions. But applying for overseas study…

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Adaptable tech is the key to dealing with ESOS Act change

Adaptable is the key to deal with ESOS act change

Adaptable tech is the key to dealing with ESOS Act change It’s universally understood that regulatory environments are struggling to keep pace with the rapid rate of technological change. From social media to eCigarettes, by the time new laws are approved the product has evolved again. However, the inverse is also true: when regulations do change,…

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NZ positioned for exponential international education growth

StudyLink | NZ positioned for exponential international education growth

NZ positioned for exponential international education growth New Zealand is already known for punching above its weight when it comes to rugby prowess and stunning scenery. And it will soon prove a worthy global contender in the international education sector, with the New Zealand government targeting a 25% increase in the value of this sector…

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Moments to master: meeting student expectations in a digital age

Moments to master: meeting student expectations in a digital age

Moments to master: meeting student expectations in a digital age No matter what sector you work in or what size your business is, positive customer experience has become a core competitive advantage. Higher education is no different. If you want to recruit and retain the right students, and build a community of advocates amongst your…

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A catalyst for change: higher education’s response to GDPR

A catalyst for change: higher education’s response to GDPR

A catalyst for change: higher education’s response to GDPR Last month, our UK accountants told me they could no longer receive our financial documents via email – as it wouldn’t be considered secure under the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) requirements. It was a timely reminder of just how far-reaching the consequences of this…

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