New Zealand's littlest college has collaborated with M Square Media as it looks to build the quantity of understudies it selects from Africa.
Farming showing foundation Lincoln University in the Canterbury locale trusts its "specialty and particular" projects will draw in more worldwide understudies from the mainland.
"Lincoln University can keep on yearning towards better progress in the worldwide field through its capacity to keep up with and foster global relations and the building of a hearty pipeline of global understudies going to the grounds," Roger Shew, chief, International at Lincoln said.“MSM’s unique business model has shown to be highly successful in achieving strong growth in enrolments by managing recruitment through local teams dedicated to each institution,” Shew suggested.
The global and in-country office model currently serves around 45 partner institutions worldwide.“They also manage a large agent network on behalf of each institutional partner,” Shew added. “We are looking forward to a high-achieving partnership with MSM in new markets where previously we had little or no presence.”
The institution plans to target nine African countries, and is looking to offer a “vibrant and inclusive” campus culture. It currently has some 3,000 students from 80 countries.The countries include Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Cameroon. Additionally, the new partnership aims for an increased reach in Turkey, Peru and Colombia.
“We have a global reach, belonging to the Global Challenges University Alliance, which includes top universities on every continent and address issues relating to food security, bio-energy, sustainable urban development and climate change,” Shew added.
“This is in addition to a partnership agreement with the Euroleague for Life Sciences, an exclusive network of seven leading European universities, with Lincoln being the only full non-European member.”
While New Zealand’s borders remain closed to incoming students, the partners highlighted students can begin online studies from their home countries before circumstances allow travel to begin again.They are also looking for possible partner arrangements in Africa for students to begin studying at institutions in their home countries before switching to study in New Zealand when circumstance allow.
Tagged with international student recruitment, Lincoln University, M Square Media, MSM, New Zealand. New Zealand's smallest university has partnered with M Square Media as it seeks to increase the number of students it enrols from Africa.
While New Zealand's boundaries stay shut to approaching understudies, the accomplices featured understudies can start online investigations from their nations of origin before conditions permit travel to start once more.
They are additionally searching for conceivable accomplice courses of action in Africa for understudies to start learning at organizations in their nations of origin prior to changing to concentrate in New Zealand when situation permit.
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