We recently had the pleasure of sitting down with the College Marketing Network as part of their Wednesday Workshop Webinar Series to discuss enrolment techniques aimed at helping colleges transform their student engagement.
With so much uncertainty brought about by COVID, having a strategy in place to improve enrolment is so important for educational institutions to succeed. In this webinar, our CEO David Bartlett and CPO Mo Salam are joined by Tony Pope, Head of Marketing at NESCOT College to discuss five key digital techniques that will help your institution exceed its enrolment targets this year.
Partner success stories
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority Case Study
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority Case StudyIntroduction to CPCA The Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority is a combined authority covering the ceremonial county of Cambridgeshire in the East of England.The challenge One of the main...
Shrewsbury College Case Study
Shattering Enrolment Records: Shrewsbury College Group & Purlos combine to spark action through conversation The COVID-19 pandemic brought with it unprecedented communications challenges for colleges across the country. At Shrewsbury College, it soon became clear...
The RNN Group Case Study
Purlos and The RNN Group join forces to deliver a winning combination of human interaction, WhatsApp engagement and student insights to help the group exceed its student recruitment goals.
Barking & Dagenham Case Study
Student engagement skyrocketed once students had access to Purlos. Whereas engagement rates had been declining over the preceding years, students engaged with our outreach 85% of the time.
Hopwood Hall College Case Study
Hopwood Hall combines strategy and AI to solve an admissions year like no other. Enlisting the help of Purlos to reduce traditional enrolment barriers and keep their students engaged.
NESCOT Case Study
For NESCOT, a large further and higher education college in Surrey, 2020 was the first year that Purlos had been used to support admissions. The impact of COVID-19 and the unprecedented use of teacher assessment