New Age Admissions Strategies in Business Schools

New Age Admissions Strategies in Business Schools
Author : Kalia, Shalini
Publisher : IGI Global
Total Pages : 346
Release : 2019-04-15
ISBN 10 : 9781522590750
ISBN 13 : 1522590757
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

New Age Admissions Strategies in Business Schools Book Description:

Admissions is critical for every educational institution. However, recruiting quality students for business schools is challenging, leading to the need to identify and understand challenges that threaten admission. New Age Admissions Strategies in Business Schools provides innovative insights into the opportunities and challenges for student recruitment in business schools, such as cross-cultural nuances and attracting international applicants, while also delivering strategies for recruitment across all program types, including undergraduate, graduate, executive, and part-time admissions. While highlighting topics that include effective communication, international admission, and hybrid learning, this publication is ideal for policy directors, administration heads, researchers, and deans in education to understand the market well and design the processes of admissions.


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