The in-person UCAS conference is returning this April! We’ll be attending as guest speakers to share our fresh insights that unpick university performance. Join us at the event and be inspired by insights that will help inform your admissions strategies.
The event takes place over two days, on Tuesday 5th – Wednesday 6th April in Harrogate and will be packed with plenty of guest talks and insightful sessions around the current challenges faced by HE providers. Attendees will get the opportunity to hear the latest sector insights and meet like-minded professionals from across the sector, who are looking to improve their admissions strategies.
The event, which is hosted by UCAS, promises:
- the very latest on HE strategy including insights on trends and student sentiment
- advice from leading cyber security experts and keeping your institution safe from attacks
- engagement on UCAS’ reform, reimagine and respond programme
- an opportunity to hear from key widening participation partners
We’ll be presenting on day two of the conference to reveal the latest trend data from our four Higher Education insight tracking products (from the HE Success Suite).
We will present the extremely common issues faced by HE professionals, sharing some easy solutions for admissions and marketing teams to isolate and solve these challenges. In this session we will discuss a real (but anonymous) case study that unpicks university performance and identifies what is dragging it down.
Josephine Hansom, VP Youth Research: LinkedIn
Date: Wed 6th April – 11:25am – 12:25am
Presentation: Removing the blindfold – using market research trend data as a diagnostic tool
Partnering with UCAS: UCAS x YouthSight
Our higher education research team (formerly of YouthSight) has been working in partnership with UCAS to bring free insights to HE professionals and provide support through what’s been a challenging few years. As a result, we’ve developed a webinar series that guides professionals through how UG, PGT and prospective students are feeling throughout the recruitment cycle and what they are looking for from those around them.
Find out more about our HE research by clicking here.