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  • Risk in international enrollment

    We've been asked to share an article Pamela wrote last year in the NAFSA International Educator magazine on strategic risk.  

    As the concept of strategic risk moves up the agenda with recent world events causing the potential for sovereign dislocations and disruption in international higher education, the need for a closer examination of how to manage and monitor risks increases in importance.  International educators have been relying on our advice and expertise on how to build resilience and maintain market presence in difficult times.  Contact pamela@bartoncarlyle.com for more information for our work in this area, and take a look at the chapters on risk in "Beyond the Horizon:  Trends shaping the near future of International Education" which we produced in collaboration with ICEF, at http://www.icef.com/beyondthehorizon

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  • Strategic Risk

    In the fifth of our Top Ten Tips series, we focus on how to manage and mitigate risk in your international enrollment management strategy.  As competition increases in many markets worldwide, it becomes increasingly complicated to track how successful your international strategy is at balancing the risks of operating internationally.  Risk mitigation planning can be a helpful tool in managing the risks inherent in global marketing and recruitment.  We are often asked what to look for when developing a risk perspective.  Try these approaches as a start.

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  • Risk Management illustrated

    Colleagues have asked us to repeat the video of the interview with ICEF Monitor in which Pamela covered aspects of strategic risk management.  Here, Pamela explains what strategic risk is, and why it's important for international educators.  Find out more

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