Criterion Conferences brings you the 6th Enhancing Student Experience conference to explore innovative strategies to engage and support students across their life cycle from awareness through to graduation and alumni. You will take away innovative ideas to enhance communications, technologies to reduce student effort and action plans to stay competitive.
How did attendees benefit from attending our previous Enhancing Student Experience conferences?
- 90% would recommend this conference to their industry peers
- 85% referred to the event as an excellent platform to address challenges & create viable strategies
- 89% appreciated the many networking opportunities
Senior leadership, centralised & academic staff across higher education with responsibility for student engagement & experience.
PVCs, DVCs, Directors, Head & Managers of:
- Student Experience / Engagement / Retention / Support
- Campus Management
- Customer Experience
- Student Life / Library Services
- Learning & Teaching
- Student Administration / Offices
Attend to learn how to
- Elevate student experience & satisfaction
- Drive student retention & success
- Effectively improve student communication & engagement
- Utilise data insights to drive student experience & services
- CASE STUDY: Creating an exceptional UNSW experience for international students
- INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE: Delivering on the promise of higher education for today’s students: Collaborating to address success and belonging at scale
- Delivering an engaging & enriching experience to support student success
- Engaging educators to attract & retain students
- CASE STUDY: Capturing & utilising student voice to enhance the student experience
- INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE: Delivering transformational change in the UK university employability space
- Maximising performance-based funding (PBF) outcomes through employability development
- Utilising data to drive student engagement at your organisation
New York University
University of Liverpool
Emma Moore is Director of Careers & Employability at the University of Liverpool. In 2018 Emma re-imagined careers and employability delivery at Liverpool, opening the UK’s first Career Studio – a peer to peer, experiential delivery space run by students, for students empowered by careers professionals. At a national level Emma sits on the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS) Community Committee and the Institute of Student Employers (ISE) Research Group.
University of the Sunshine Coast
Charles Sturt University
What People Are Saying
“This conference surprised me (in a good way!) by how relevant and unique most sessions were, it was also well organised and enjoyable.”Student Lifecycle Officer, UNSW & Enhancing Student Experience Attendee 2019
“The Enhancing Student Experience conference was a great opportunity for me to network with more experienced individuals and learn more about the breadth of my role.”Senior Student Engagement & Employability Coordinator, Monash University & Enhancing Student Experience Attendee 2019
Date: 20 Jan 2020 By: Criterion Content Team
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Date: 17 Mar 2019 By: Data Scouts
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Date: 18 Feb 2019 By: Ash Natesh
The Southern Cross University ran the Enhancing the International Student Experience Project, which was funded by the Australian Government through Australian Education International (AEI), part of the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education and was conducted in collaboration with Universities Australia. Aim of the Project The aim of this project …
Date: 30 Jan 2019 By: Ash Natesh
It is difficult to find a university in Australia or internationally that does not promise a unique and rewarding student experience. Yet there is growing evidence that many universities are not delivering on this intent, and the pressure to improve the student experience is steadily increasing. In addition to competition from universities and other providers, …
Endorsers & Media Partners
Regional Universities Network
The Regional Universities Network (RUN) is a network of seven universities with headquarters in regional Australia and a shared commitment to playing a transformative role in their regions.
Through their educational and research contributions to regional economic, social, cultural and environmental development, the RUN member universities play an important and distinctive role in advancing Australia’s national prosperity, productivity and identity.
The Network was established in October 2011. The foundation members are CQUniversity, Southern Cross University, Federation University Australia, University of New England, University of Southern Queensland and University of the Sunshine Coast. Charles Sturt University joined the Network on 29 May 2019.