Ever wish that you could predict the future of the job market? In this blog, we will uncover new research about Year 12 and Year 13 students’ career aspirations and expectations, and how these will shape the graduate recruitment market in four to five years’ time.
Will applicants attend your university open days?
As the colder months draw in and seasonal bugs rear their ugly heads, we wondered – do students feel safe attending student recruitment events? Covid-19 levels across the country are high, prompting worries that those harmless coughs or sniffles could be something more sinister. So is this putting students off from attending open days?
We included additional questions in our October TSR Asks survey to get a snapshot of student sentiment and find out what universities can do to adapt open day events.
FAQs: The Apple iOS 15 update and your email campaigns with The Student Room
Apple has announced that there will be additional privacy updates in their rollout of iOS 15. The purpose of these …
How to attract applicants with tips from this month’s student research
Today we are sharing hot-off-the-press applicant research. Our October TSR Asks survey has revealed what really makes a difference to …
What teaching experience do university students want?
A new academic year has started, pandemic restrictions have lifted and university rankings have been released. After years of education disruption, 2022 applicants will be paying close attention to the experiences of the 2021 cohort and how well universities are adapting to student needs. So what should you be shouting about to stand out from your competitors?
In this blog, we share findings from our monthly student research survey (TSR Asks) and our online student polls to shed light on what 2022 applicants expect from their university teaching experience.
What you need to know about 2022 student recruitment
Students are back for a new school year, which means we are now in prime time for 2022 applicant recruitment. This blog will cover early engagement, subject trends, messaging and how to get the most from your open days.
Results week 2021 – what students said
After 18 months of change and uncertainty for A Level, BTEC, SQA and GCSE students, last week saw their journey …
The secrets to a successful Clearing cycle
With less than a month until Year 13s get their results, now is the last chance to get ready for Clearing 2021.
In this blog, we will reveal the secrets to a successful Clearing cycle – we’ll explore what we learned from last year, what 2021 Clearing applicants need from you, and how to stand out from the crowd.
Maximise student engagement in Clearing 2021
Clearing 2021 is officially open. We’re already seeing plenty of student conversations, so now is an ideal time to engage. Our audience of active Year 13 members is also 60% higher than this time last year.
In this blog, we’ll share our top tips for how to use your University Partner Pack to maximise Clearing applications.
7 things you need to know about Year 12 students
It won’t be long until the current Year 12s are making decisions about their post-18 education pathways – whether that is university, a job, an apprenticeship or something else. This September, they will be Year 13s in their final year of school.
The Student Room has around 600,000 users a month who are currently in Year 12.1 In this blog, we’ll reveal what’s on their minds so that you can adapt your communication strategy to engage and support Year 12 students.
5 ways to protect your 2022 applicant recruitment
Applying for university can be stressful for any student, but the 2022 cohort have had a lot of extra pressures to deal with.
In this blog, we cover some of the key findings from our recent webinar “The Covid Cohort: Understanding 2022 applicants” and what you can do to attract, support and retain 2022 applicants.
Getting the Green Light – What’s Up With Everyone?
It’s mental health awareness week and The Student Room has been promoting What’s Up With Everyone? – a campaign with young people for young people to help build up stronger ways of dealing with life’s challenges. The campaign offers a number of practical tools for their journey through school, college, university and the workplace. It focuses on key challenges of loneliness and isolation, perfectionism, competitiveness, independence and harm from social media. Each challenge is taken up by five brilliant new Aardman characters—Merve, Charlie, Tai, Ashley and Alex.