New Partner Announcement: Purlos welcomes HCUC
We are very proud to announce our new partnership with HCUC. Established in 2017, HCUC was formed from the merger of Uxbridge College & Harrow College with the aim of maximizing future opportunities for students, employers, and the local community. As of 2019, HCUC was home to over 7,900 learners.
HCUC has joined forces with Purlos to help them enhance their student recruitment initiatives by transforming the methods used to communicate with prospective students. Purlos will help HCUC build strong, engaging avenues of communication to their prospective students, guiding them at each stage of their admission journey, through always-there individual support.
From application through to success, Purlos will help HCUC drive student outcomes through proactive messaging and nudges intended to support students as they navigate their way through the admissions journey and into education. Helping students find the right resources and information exactly when they need it.
David Bartlett, CEO of Purlos said: “I am absolutely over the moon that HCUC has decided to join the Purlos revolution! Equipping the next generation with the skills needed to succeed has never been more important. And I am delighted HCUC has chosen Purlos to help them drive forward their student recruitment and success. This is a very exciting partnership and we can’t wait to get started.”
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