Networks and PartnershipsTop Tips

International Collaborations

In the latest in our “Top Tips” series, our newest Associate, Greet Provoost, talks about developing authentic, effective collaborations with international institutions for student enrolment purposes.

Increasingly, institutions are seeking to extend their footprint internationally, to sustain their student recruitment pipeline, or to deliver their programs to students internationally.  Whatever the purpose, there are some important considerations in developing partnerships that will result in mutually beneficial collaboration.   Here, Greet gives us the benefit of her considerable experience, and presents some “Top Tips” on this topic.

For more information about our work in this area, contact pamela@bartoncarlyle.com.

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