higher education

A collection of 8 posts

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higher education , TAP HQ , Widening Participation , Policy , HE sector

How to improve dialogue between student recruitment and widening participation

  • Chris Bayes
    Chris Bayes
4 min read
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higher education , TAP HQ , Social Media , User-Generated Content , HE sector , Clearing , higher ed social media , The Access Platform , TAP

Clearing 2019: have a fling with TAP this summer!

  • Dave Musson
    Dave Musson
1 min read
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higher education

The new, upgraded TAP - live NOW!

We’ve been all a-flutter this week at TAP HQ. Why? Because the brand new version of our platform is live!Yep, after months of hard work, testing and tweaking our new baby

  • Dave Musson
    Dave Musson
3 min read
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higher education

Supercharging Student Recruitment: a short essay

A short history of TAP, what we've learned about prospective students, and an sneak-peek at the new features on our updated platform.

  • Nik Higgins
    Nik Higgins
14 min read
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higher education

Universities must learn language of ‘Generation Z’ says expert

Co-Founder Nik Higgins says universities need to alter their communication methods to appeal to 'Generation Z'

  • Rebecca Longhurst
    Rebecca Longhurst
2 min read
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higher education

Latin America: International Student Recruitment’s Hidden Gem

Guest blogger, Mariyah Mandhu, highlights how few UK institutions actively recruit students from Latin America and why they should be

  • Mariyah Mandhu
    Mariyah Mandhu
1 min read
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higher education

The Tipping Point for EU Student Recruitment

Guest blogger, Mariyah Mandhu, discusses the value of EU students and the importance of maintaining our relationship with them

  • Mariyah Mandhu
    Mariyah Mandhu
2 min read
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higher education

Keep Claim and Carry On

A quick read on dodgy university rankings and who's really in the 1%.

  • Nik Higgins
    Nik Higgins
1 min read