Thriving, not surviving: A data-led approach to student recruitment resilience

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UK institutions are facing a year like no other: visa regulation changes, a general election, economic instability in major source markets and all while competitor markets are vying for the top destination spots.  Learn how to build the resilient recruitment strategy you’ll need to thrive in the year ahead.  By attending you’ll: 

  • Understand how UK institutions can pull on six levers to be resilient, equipping you with a plan for the year ahead.  
  • Be armed with the latest insights on what students really want, how to enhance your reputation to build a strong recruitment strategy, and much more.  

This webinar has been organised in response to the popularity of the same-titled QS session at PIE Live Europe, presented in London on Tuesday 18 March. It is designed for UK higher education professionals. 

Can’t make the session? Don’t worry. Register your interest below and we will send you the recording.

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Our Panel members:

Kym Nguyen Kym Nguyen

Kym is Vice President, Student Recruitment at QS and is an advocate for data-driven strategies. With a keen focus on equipping her teams and university clients with actionable insights, she empowers informed decision-making and fosters impactful connections to drive success in student engagement and recruitment.

A black and white portrait image of Matteo Quacquarelli wearing a suit and smiling into the camera. Matteo Quacquarelli

Matteo Quacquarelli is Vice President, Strategy and Analytics at QS. He is responsible for identifying new ways that QS can deliver value to the sector, placing insight and analytics at the centre of our partnerships to optimise university senior leader decision making. Prior to QS, Matteo worked in roles across Corporate Finance M&A and Management Consulting, supporting both the private and public sector through large-scale digital and data transformation.

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