“I think so many schools and systems are paralysed by the quantitative and technical elements of data that they’re not actually drilling down to the most important thing – the child at the centre.” – Jacqui Zervos, Brisbane Grammar School Data is one of the most powerful tools to inform, engage and optimise education practices … Continue reading Is your school paralysed by data?
While the world watches on anxiously for updates regarding COVID-19 (or colloquially coronavirus), higher education institutions across multiple countries have been impacted. With travel restrictions and extended waits for visa approval, the international education market has ground to an uncertain halt. Yet Kylie Colvin, Director of Strategy, Development and Delivery at the University of Nottingham … Continue reading “There’s no disaster without some silver lining” – Why COVID-19 could offer some opportunities for Universities
Students have more choice in universities than ever before and the higher education sector is under pressure to demonstrate their unique offering and develop strategies to recruit, engage and retain students through an exceptional student experience. We’ve compiled the key statistics on student engagement and retention. View the infographic below or download the high res … Continue reading The Student Experience: Rated
Our higher education system has evolved dramatically from its birth in the aftermath of the Second World War. Originally segregated by class, gender and race, modern universities scarcely resemble their predecessors. The transition to a consumer-centric model has enabled universities to employ a full suite of market tools and encourage innovation in day to day … Continue reading How MOST universities measure student experience – and what you should do instead
With 43 universities in Australia alone, higher education institutions are in constant competition for student acquisition and retention. The student experience is paramount to success in both. This short video highlights the three key trends driving student engagement and redefining the student experience: Are you seeking more ways to enhance your student experience? The 6th … Continue reading The top 3 trends driving student engagement
Cyber security is on the radar of Australian universities and government alike, as rates of breaches continue to increase and state-ordered attacks become more common. Dr Elizabeth Valentine, Chief Information Officer of New Zealand’s Massey University, believes the biggest threats to universities in the ANZ region are already well-known. “The top risks for Higher Education … Continue reading The top cyber risks for higher ed – Dr Valentine, Massey University CIO
In response to the spate of cyber attacks on Australian Universities in recent months, the government has released a set of guidelines with the intention of helping Australian universities protect themselves against foreign interference. The University Foreign Interference Taskforce, assembled at the end of August 2019, has released the Guidelines to Counter Foreign Interference in … Continue reading How the Cyber Security Guidelines impact your partnerships