Barton Carlyle will be heading to Miami again this year to participate in ICEF from December 10th to 12th. Pamela and Barton Carlyle Associate Chris Price will deliver a presentation as part of the seminar program: “It’s Scary Out There: Top 10 Tips for Recruitment Scalability and Sustainability in Volatile Times”. This practical session aims to help providers focus on getting the most from their recruitment program. Increasingly, we need to build a sustainable recruitment and marketing program which delivers a diverse international student population. However, in the face of unprecedented challenges in the international recruitment landscape, it can be difficult to know where to start. Pamela will use her close-up consulting experiences with many of the most active institutions in international education to guide you through the areas that can make a real difference and enhance international student recruitment. The seminar will take place on December 10th, in Seminar Room 3 from 2:45pm -3:30pm. No advance booking is required, but the seminars are open to ICEF participants only.
As well as being part of the event seminar program, we will also have an exhibit booth at the conference and would love to chat with you about our exciting collaboration with ICEF. We are excited to offer our comprehensive consulting service for education providers, ICEF Achieve. Combining our industry expertize with our tried and tested approaches, we are able to offer specialist advice in respect to the key challenges in internationalization; growth, strategy, risk and management. This ICEF Achieve toolkit is both highly practical, geared to each client and their unique set of challenges. You can discuss this with us further by visiting our exhibit booth, number 16, at the conference. Meeting slots are open to ICEF participants to book using the event scheduler, or email [email protected]
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