3 Ways to Improve Your International Recruitment Efforts
International recruitment presents its own set of challenges above and beyond US recruitment. In addition to language barriers and more complicated application requirements for international students, many colleges and universities are facing budgetary cuts that limit travel for recruitment overseas.
In this webinar, Sarah Watkins, Senior Account Executive for StudentBridge, shares three ways to improve recruitment efforts for colleges and universities looking to enroll international students. Viewers of this webinar will learn how to:
- overcome some of the difficulties of the application process
- work around budgetary and travel limitations
- communicate with students and parents, regardless of language barriers
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