On Tuesday 19 January we’re hosting a free webinar looking at how you can use online channels and student ambassadors to help build and maintain emotional connections with prospective students - and we’d love to join us!
There’s no doubt that the student recruitment landscape in 2021 will be a challenging one.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause global disruption, recruitment teams are still having to do the majority of their work using online channels.
But, something that hasn’t changed is the importance of building emotional connections with your prospective students. Those prospective students are making a huge decision - potentially the biggest of their life so far - and they want to be able to do so with confidence.
We believe having access to student ambassadors is an incredibly effective way of helping you build those emotional connections with prospective students and letting them make an empowered and confident decision about their future.
For our first webinar of this new year, we’ve pulled together experts from four of our partners to examine how you can harness the power of digital recruitment channels and, of course, your ambassadors to build emotional connections and run successful student recruitment campaigns in 2021.
On Tuesday 19 January, at 4pm GMT/11am EST/8am PST, we’ll be joined by speakers from both sides of the Atlantic for an hour of insights, examples, and learning.
In this free webinar, our host Dave Musson will be joined by:
- Jen Rea, Digital Content Manager, University of Sunderland
Jimmy Hong, Assistant Director, INTO University Partnerships
Jo Thompson, Senior UK Student Recruitment Officer, University of Sheffield
Hiraj Artinian, Head of Marketing & Development, Swiss Education Group
We'll be talking content, social media, digital events, peer-to-peer chat and plenty more. There will also be the opportunity for you to ask your own questions to our panel.
If you can’t join us live, the session will be recorded - so please do sign up as you will be able to watch on demand afterwards.
See you there!