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This whitepaper details the market trends that make it difficult for certificate enrollments to take off and profiles six successful certificate programs.
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Learn three steps to meet growing employer demand by aligning program curricula with in-demand cybersecurity certification requirements.
As institutions reel from the impact of COVID-19, enrollment leaders face renewed pressure to recruit new and different audiences to offset expected declines in traditional undergraduate enrollment. Discover the six stages, and tactics, of an adult degree completer's journey to re-enrollment in this infographic.
How can universities design tech programs to stand out in this increasingly competitive market? After advising more than 40 universities on technology programs in the past year through EAB’s Market Insights service, I can offer three ways to make your graduate technology programs stand out in a crowded market.
Here's how your school capitalize on growing employer and student demand for speech-language pathology programs.
Learn how to convey your program’s value—and empower students to enroll with the confidence that your program can help them achieve their professional goals.
Here are three steps to create a dynamic graduate and adult enrollment growth strategy—because the stakes are too high not to have an effective and adaptable strategy in place.
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As the coronavirus crisis impacts professional job prospects and university enrollment targets, professional and adult education units must develop innovative and flexible programs which meet the evolving needs of the market, young alumni, and working professionals.