Harvard Business Review offers some compelling insight from a broad, global management perspective. But how does the art of listening impact International Enrollment Management?
We listened carefully to our USjournal clients back in 2006, who articulated the pain point of financially qualifying initial inquiries earlier in the admissions process. Initially, we disregarded the notion because of privacy issues and the sheer complexity of the project. But we continued to listen and learn: There had to be a way to improve the efficiency and integrity of the process, not only in the U.S., but in other top host countries as well. And FundsV was born.
After years of research, development and beta testing, our Funds Verification Initiative is ready to serve the market. Join us for a demonstration of FundsV's capabilities:
Wednesday, 19 March at 11a EST
There is no charge for this 45-minute online event, but please reserve your slot in advance by contacting our global marketing strategist, pamela@BartonCarlyle.com
|Upcoming Opportunities to Connect
27 May: Annual NAFSA Conference - nafsa.org
2020: Strategic Marketing within International Enrollment Management
28 May: FundsV Working Group Breakfast - FundsV.com
Exploring the latest trends in international student funds verification
30 May: Annual NAFSA Conference - nafsa.org
Managing Strategic Risk in International Enrollment Management
27-30 Oct: NAFSA Bi-Regional Conference - nafsa.org
Addressing Operational Pain Points in International Enrollment Management
Do let us know if you'd like to schedule an appointment to discuss multi-lingual promotional opportunities or our funds verification initiative.
USjournal: Promoting your academic programs in 16 languages
FundsV: Improving yield from initial inquiry to qualified applicant