5th Annual
Building a seamless end-to-end positive student journey
Conference Date
10th & 11th April 2019
Location
Victoria University City Convention Centre, Melbourne
Early Bird - Save $500
Book by 08/02/19

Overview

Deliver a seamless and personalised student experience across all touch points
With increasing student expectations and a competitive landscape, universities are proactively looking at offering a seamless, consistent student experience across the student journey.

Implementing an effective student experience strategy, building strong student communication channels and creating a culture of positivity and collaboration are high priorities.

The 5th Annual Enhancing Student Experience Conference will bring together leaders from across the region to discuss best practices on delivering a positive end to end student experience.

Gain insights & network with peers on
  • Creating an engaging student experience journey
  • Delivering a consistent superior seamless personalised student experience
  • Implementing successful health & wellbeing programs
  • Measuring the success of your SX strategy
How did our delegates benefit last year?
  • 98% would recommend this conference to their industry peers
  • 93% referred to the event as an excellent platform to address challenges & create viable strategies
  • 91% appreciated the many networking opportunities
Who will attend?
Senior leadership as well as centralised and academic staff across higher education with responsibility for student engagement and experience.

PVCs, DVCs, Directors, Head & Managers of:
  • Student Experience / Engagement / Retention / Support
  • Campus Management
  • Marketing / Customer Experience / University Experience
  • Student Life / Library Services
  • Learning & Teaching

Attend to learn:

  • Build a “culture of belonging” across the entire student journey
  • Implement a meaningful student engagement strategy
  • Embrace digital disruption & innovation
  • Measure the success of your SX Strategy
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Key Speakers

Professor Robert Allison
Vice-Chancellor & President
Loughborough University UK
Naomi Dempsey
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Students)
Victoria University
Professor Julia Coyle
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Students)
University of Wollongong
Professor Nan Bahr
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students)
Southern Cross University

What People Are Saying

  • “Criterion delivered a highly relevant and interesting conference engaging thought leaders and leading practitioners to share their experience. I came away impressed and would be excited to have the opportunity to attend a Criterion Conference in the future.”

    Rachel Ung
    Student Engagement Coordinator, Monash University & Enhancing Student Experience, 2018 Conference Attendee

Blog

  • Date: 7 Mar 2018  By: Drew McCoy

    In April we hosted our ‘3rd Annual Enhancing Student Experience’ conference in Melbourne. It was an engaging two days where we heard a variety of case study driven presentations from across Australian higher education, out of sector case studies and a memorable keynote from Professor Robert Allison – Vice-Chancellor of Loughborough University! Key strategies discussed …

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  • Date: 28 Mar 2017  By: Teresa Finlayson

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