Graduate Outcomes is a new method of collecting data from graduates, introduced this year by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), replacing the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey.
Half a million students from across the UK go into higher education each year, but how do you get your university to stand out from the crowd? We uncover how students pick which university they go to.
Whether you’re running an email campaign or investing in paid search, an effective landing page is essential to converting prospective students. A landing page allows you to collect a range of information from your prospective students in order to successfully target them with content suited to their needs and interests.
Case studies: Re-brands that haven’t quite hit the mark and the importance of getting your University rebrand right.
An establishment may choose to rebrand for many reasons, and when done effectively, the results can be amazing. However, there are times when what may seem like a smart rebranding strategy is actually going to become a brand disaster.
Let's discuss the benefits of automation and personalisation. The results of combining these two marketing practices should be two fold, but can they go hand in hand?
As the year draws to a close, marketing budgets can become a little too thinly spread. According to an investigation by Times Higher Education, UK universities have increased their marketing budgets by nearly a quarter since the introduction of higher university fees, however have still suffered a 7.4 percent fall in applications.
Universities contribute £95 billion to the UK economy each year (Times Higher Education, 2017) – up from £36.4 billion in 2012. In fact, this year, international students alone contribute £25 billion (Universities UK, 2017).
There is a risk of being too much of a 'try hard' when it comes to marketing to Generation Z. In this blog post we explore how to market in a personalised way that resonates, rather than by invading your prospective students' privacy.
In this competitive market, how does your university want to be known? For its student experience, research ranking, employability, or even a unique combination of impressive scores that makes it stand-out overall as the best all-rounder choice for students?