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30 Aug

7 Ways to Meet your Student Recruitment Goals for the new Academic Year

by Luuk Mulling

Hey there, University Student Recruitment Managers. Welcome back! As the academic year draws closer, it’s time to buckle up for the new challenges and opportunities that come with the new intake of students. We know that you have set high goals for student recruitment this year, and we are here to help you achieve them.

1 Jun

Coffee-break: AI in Student Recruitment (Benefits, ideas & Tools)

by Luuk Mulling

This blog is a summary of the Coffee-break on ´AI in Education, special focus on Student Recruitment´. Watch the Coffee-break here (On-demand): https://app.livestorm.co/webinarleads4you/coffee-break-ai-in-education-with-special-focus-on-student-recruitment?type=detailed 

Synopsis:

The Webinar discusses the potential impact of AI on education and student recruitment. It highlights the benefits of AI in providing personalized learning experiences and improving the efficiency of recruitment processes.

22 May

AI in Education

by Luuk Mulling

This blog is witten based on “The AI Classroom: The Ultimate Guide to Artificial Intelligence in Education” .

 

The groundbreaking book explores the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and education, and in this blog we provide a summary as well as examples to help you get up to speed on the topic.

10 May

The increasing importance of Data Analytics in Student Recruitment (and tips on how to improve it!)

by Luuk Mulling

Data analytics plays a critical role in student recruitment for higher education institutions. Here are some of the reasons why data analytics is important in student recruitment:

  1. Identifying potential students: Data analytics helps institutions identify and target potential students who are more likely to apply and enroll. By analyzing data on students’ academic performance, interests, and behavior patterns, institutions can create targeted recruitment strategies and outreach campaigns.
20 Feb

Challenges, and benefits, of the new paid subscription model of Facebook for Higher Education

by Luuk Mulling

Meta, formerly known as Facebook, has recently announced a major shift in their business model with the introduction of a new subscription-based service. This new service will enable users to access a range of exclusive features and content, such as gaming, dating, and music, for a monthly fee.

The move to a subscription-based model has significant implications for businesses and advertisers, particularly in the higher education sector, where the use of social media in student recruitment is a top priority.

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