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MSM to Host Online Forum Tackling 'Sustainable Student Recruitment Growth Solutions'
The pandemic has impacted the operations and practices of multiple Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in Australia and New Zealand.
By: M Square Media
Taking an active approach to these problems, International Education platform M Square Media (MSM) will be hosting a "Think-In ANZ" webinar on Feb. 23, Wednesday, at 1:30 PM AEDT (Melbourne Time). The topic will be "In-Country Office Model for Institutions:
The online forum will feature a distinguished panel of speakers from MSM - Suneetha Qureshi, President, MSM Global; Erez Van Ham, Chief Growth Officer, MSM Canada and MSM Higher Ed - and MSM's partner university, Ray Priest, International Director for the Asia Pacific, University of the West of England. This Think-In event will be moderated by Victoria Heron, Executive Director, Australia and New Zealand - MSM.
"Taking these concerns in the international education sector head-on is a productive way of ensuring that the future projections of higher education institutions in countries like Australia and New Zealand remain on a bullish trajectory. Conversations like the one we will have in this Think-In event are important in today's globally connected educational and social environment. HEIs play a huge role in contributing to overall global good," said Heron.
This online forum will tackle several issues like discussing how an in-country office should operate to maximize international student recruitment, creating and maintaining sustainable growth within campuses, and studying the efficiency, pipeline, and the corresponding international student markets.
This event is open to higher education officials and education agents. Interested participants may register for the webinar via this link: https://zoom.us/
MSM Think-In webinar sessions offer a close look at the latest trends and development across the higher education industry. Organized by international education company MSM, it aims to incite further thinking, critique or action across participants.