Reshaping the Student Experience

Adapting to a consumer-driven deregulated market

25-26 Mar 2015 at Melbourne, Australia

Education & Learning

Reshaping the Student Experience 25-26 Mar 2015 Melbourne, Australia
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Higher education is becoming an increasingly competitive consumer-driven market with the passing of deregulation of fees looming. Universities need to be thinking about how they can adapt to Education Minister, Christopher Pynes program of reform and strengthening the quality and value of the degrees they offer their students. Now more than ever understanding your target market and improving the student experience is crucial to surviving a consumer-driven system.

Price: Standard rate: 2699

Speakers: Karen Ganschow, Ken Sloan, Professor Duncan Bentley, Professor Suzi Vaughan, Professor Denise Kirkpatrick, Professor Andrew McAuley, Teresa Tija, David Gunsberg, David Buckingham, Dr Shelley Kinash, Ian Smith, Ray Fleming, Deidre Anderson, Greg Balcombe, Sarah Lawrie, Ben Apted, Rod Camm

Venue: Ibis Hotel, 15-21 Therry Street, Melbourne, 3000, Australia

From: March 25, 2015 08:30
To: March 26, 2015 17:09

Melbourne, Australia


Education & Learning


deregulated market, education, student engagement, student experience, tertiary education

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