Posted: 4 December 2012
The University of Roehampton and Hobsons today announced a partnership to enhance international enrolment at the University. Hobsons will be supporting the University’s enquiry management and offer conversion processes for all international students.
Gary Davies, Director of Recruitment and International Development, University of Roehampton said; “We are delighted to be working with Hobsons to improve our services to prospective international students.”
Kenny Nicholl, a director at Hobsons added: “The support that we provide for international students complements what the university wants to do as a whole in terms of improving the student experience and developing relationships with prospective students.
“Through our partnership we will be able to support the University to communicate their unique selling points to prospective students right from very first enquiry. I am confident that our partnership will allow the University to provide a fantastic level of service and first-class student experience pre-enrolment.”
Gary added “The University is committed to giving its students the best experience from the first point of contact they have with the University. The partnership with Hobsons will provide students with a faster, seamless experience from their initial enquiry right through to enrolment.”
The student recruitment market is becoming more competitive with prospective students requiring increasingly personalised and effective communications. Hobsons uses a powerful mix of personal multi-lingual communication alongside cutting edge technology to nurture an institution’s relationship with a prospective student from first enquiry through to enrolment.
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