The international student marketplace is extremely valuable for American colleges and universities for a number of reasons. Beyond the diversity the richness these students provide to a campus, international tuition rates help institutions keep the lights on for some of their most innovative programs. Non-traditional divisions have been instrumental in offering programs that help these students gain the skills necessary to succeed in American postsecondary programs, but attracting students to these bridge programs requires a unique set of skills and services. Standing out in the global marketplace is not as simple as putting up one’s hand.
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Navigating the Student Lifecycle – A PlayBook for Intensive English Language Programs
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4 Ways to Improve International Recruitment and Drive Enrollment
International programs are a growing market in non-traditional education. This executive guide discusses how institutions can best leverage global ed programs to drive enrollment.
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Here is a Simple Step That Will Get Your Intensive English Language Programs to Market Faster
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
The landscape of higher education has been changing for decades – reductions in budgets, changing student demographics, and fluctuating...
Mapping Trends in the IELP Market
Monday, June 6, 2016
Watch this video to learn where today’s IELP students are coming from and to gain a greater understanding of their interests. Also, learn more about other providers in the IELP space who American colleges and universities should be watching.
Building Your Own Market with IELPs
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
In this video, we explore how US colleges and universities can attract international students and matriculate them into full-time degree programs through the use of Intensive English Language Programs (IELPs).
The Diversity of Non-Traditional Markets in Higher Education
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
In this video, we explore the reality that the non-traditional market is better-understood as a collection of diverse sub-markets. We delve into three non-traditional sub-markets that stand out for being particularly lucrative: corporate training, Intensive English Language Programs (IELPs) and non-credit higher education.