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Higher education choices

Gen Z student blog: make me want to choose university

A sixth form student from London discusses the challenges in navigating information from universities to weigh higher education against alternatives.
Blog -UniQuest opens regional hub in the Philippines

UniQuest opens Asia Pacific hub

Excited to announce that we have appointed Andrew Mills as Managing Director of our new Asia Pacific regional hub.
Blog - Getting personal to tackle student non-continuation

Getting personal to tackle student non-continuation

UniQuest and Retinent partner to deliver first end-to-end student retention solution.
Blog - Your cheat sheet for recruiting in Malaysia

Your cheat sheet for recruiting in Malaysia

Experts in the field share trends in student interests, priorities and concerns that can help you improve student engagement in Malaysia.
Blog - 4 communication nuances to better engage prospective students from China

4 communication nuances to better engage prospective students from China

Practical tips for stronger conversations with prospective students from China.
Blog - International student recruitment data you may be overlooking

International student recruitment data you may be overlooking

3 international prospective student trends to watch at your University.
Blog - Market Quick Guide: Sri Lanka

Market Quick Guide: Sri Lanka

Overview of Sri Lanka’s education space and student recruitment recommendations from our Sri Lanka market expert.
Blog - 5 tweaks to improve your university's website

5 tweaks to improve your university's website

A practical guide to the 'little things' that will improve the prospective student experience on your University’s website.
Blog - 5Cs of structuring for student conversion growth

5Cs of structuring for student conversion growth

Five considerations to ensure you’re equipped to meet your student enrolment targets.
Blog - Do emojis belong in HE email marketing?

Do emojis belong in HE email marketing?

We've been testing emojis in student recruitment emails. See our early results.