THE-ICE is delighted to announce that we have partnered with Unibuddy to support our members in recruiting talented students.
The TH&E sector has been heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and THE-ICE has been working hard to add value and provide support for our members through these difficult and unprecedented times. This includes partnering with organisations, like Unibuddy, who share our values and provide tangible benefits to our global network of members.
Unibuddy exists to empower students to make better decisions through shared human experience. Their mission is to enable students from across the world to make the right choice about their Higher Education journey. Unibuddy provides powerful student engagement tools for admissions, recruitment and enrolment professionals, to match prospects with student ambassadors, host virtual events and gain actionable insights and analytics on prospective students. For more information about Unibuddy, please visit their website.
THE-ICE members can leverage the Unibuddy platform to connect prospective students with current students, and connect with them throughout their admissions journey. Through this partnership, members of THE-ICE are eligible for a 20% discount on the Unibuddy platform, and members in the Northern hemisphere who sign up before the end of June 2021 will have the additional benefit of zero set up fees. A similar window with no set up fees will be arranged for members in the Southern hemisphere later in the year.
To take advantage of this member benefit, and if you have any questions, please visit the Unibuddy THE-ICE Partnership Page and complete a request. A member of the Unibuddy team will get back to you as soon as possible.
Unibuddy’s University Partnerships Manager, Sofia Fry, will join Mr Peter Russell for the next webinar in THE-ICE Webinar Series, addressing THE-ICE Member Benefits, on Wednesday 19th May. Sofia will detail the benefits of Unibuddy for THE-ICE members, now and in the future, and answer any questions you may have. Click here to read more, and to register for the webinar.