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Iran’s importance to international recruiters is rapidly increasing. Despite some Internet restrictions, recruiters actively use digital marketing technologies to attract students from Iran. One of the most effective tactics is personalising university’s website content for Iranian students. Read on to find out more about the recruitment marketing tools, as well as the current higher education landscape in Iran and its opportunities for international recruitment.
In recent years, Egyptian universities have seen a massive increase in foreign students. This can be explained by the diversity of choice in their faculties, online services for international students, cultural exchanges with neighboring states, research partnerships with target countries. However, there is still more to be done to attract foreign students. To learn more about higher education opportunities in Egypt, please read the following article.
With one of the fastest growing economies in the world, Turkey has become an international student recruitment market of serious consideration. In order to effectively target Turkish prospective students, recruiters should consider current trends in data and statistics and use key insights into Turkish education and students’ preferences.
Does this activity lie on the shoulders of the international department's staff or the participants are making all the arrangements themselves? Who is more active: teachers or students? Which countries are most in demand? What...