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CANCELLATION & REPLACEMENT

A replacement is allowed if registered participants are unable to attend. For cancellations received in writing before 1 Mar 2019, a full refund will be given with a 10% administrative charge. For cancellations received in writing before 11 Mar 2019, a 50% refund will be given together with the event documentation. There will be no refunds for cancellations received after 11 Mar 2019 or “no show” participants. However participants will receive a copy of the event documentation.

With the growing number of higher education institutions,
fierce competition in the recruitment market,
and major shifts in the new generation’s expectations,

Will you emerge as Prospective Students’ Top Choice?

Conventional marketing strategies will no longer make the cut. It’s all about the experience and engagement for today’s prospective students. Higher education marketers need to reach them at critical digital touchpoints, grab their attention with creative content, and tell brand stories that resonate with their values – all within limited resources.

Be Inspired by Fresh Strategies from Leading Higher Education Institutions

Join this dynamic 2-day conference to acquire proven marketing and branding strategies to stay ahead of competition and achieve recruitment success. Discover how Staffordshire University develops a strong brand positioning beyond rankings and find out how University of Nottingham, Malaysia takes its brand international. Acquire multi-channel marketing strategies from Loughborough University and uncover how University of Wollongong Australia does social on a budget. Adopt innovative content strategies from Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and University of Bradford. Gain insight into how Swinburne University of Technology translates data insights into actionable marketing strategies.


Unique Features

    • Real world case study sharing from leading higher education institutions
    • Gain global perspective from universities in Asia, Australia and UK
    • Adopt implementable best practices from award winning campaigns

    Conference Highlights

    Latest Trends & Developments
    Hot online trends institutions are leveraging
    University of Wollongong Australia
    Increasing reach on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
    Staffordshire University, UK
    Finding your brand voice and personality
    LKY School, National University of Singapore
    Turning “typical” content into engaging stories   
    University of Nottingham, Malaysia
    Adapting brand messages to local markets
    University of Bradford, UK
    Visual content marketing strategies
    Loughborough University, UK
    Integrating online and offline platforms
    Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
    Making sense of your marketing data
    Measuring Marketing ROI
    Determining success of social campaigns
    Turning Stakeholders into Brand Advocates
    Leveraging students, alumni, faculty members

Benefits of Attending

  • Understand the current trends in the decision-making behaviour of prospective students
  • Hear how higher education marketers are coping with today’s challenging landscape
  • Learn how University of Wollongong Australia cuts through the social media clutter
  • Pick up tips from LKY School on how to power your content production with a small team
  • Gain insights into University of Bradford’s visual content strategy for social platforms
  • Discover how to encourage internal stakeholders to contribute to social content
  • Examine how Loughborough University determines the right channel and budget mix
  • Find out how Staffordshire University creates a brand story that resonates with students
  • Delve into University of Nottingham, Malaysia’s strategy to increase brand awareness globally
  • Uncover how Swinburne University of Technology collects and analyses marketing data
  • Take away strategies on how to deal with senior management who are obsessed with KPIs
 

Speakers

Sarah Graham

Chief Marketing Officer,

Swinburne University of Technology

Diana Chee

Chief Marketing Officer,

University of Nottingham, Malaysia

Julie Odams

Head of Communications,

Staffordshire University

Emma Leech

Director of Marketing & Advancement,

Loughborough University

Mark Garratt

Director of External Affairs,

University of Bradford

Tracy Lee

Acting Deputy Director, External Affairs & Marketing,

Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

Stanley Lim

Senior Manager, External Affairs & Marketing,

Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

Paul Robinson

Marketing & Communications Manager,

University of Wollongong Australia

Jenny Tang

Senior Assistant Director, Digital Strategy & Marketing,

Singapore Management University

Past Delegate Testimonials

Pleased with the sharing of a wide aspect of branding and marketing strategies of higher education institutions through the case studies.

I like the fact that there is a good mix of speakers and topics covered, which gives us a wider understanding of the education landscape. Also, the mix of delegates at the table allows good sharing opportunities.

Loved the insights into the various strategies of different institutions globally.

Great networking opportunity and hearing about branding from a range of different perspectives.

Who Should Attend

Senior level executives responsible for Higher Education Marketing, Branding, Student Recruitment, Admissions, Outreach

 

Agenda

  • Day 1

    08.30 Registration & Morning Coffee
  • 09.00 Chairperson’s Welcome & Icebreaking Session

    Emma Leech, Director of Marketing & Advancement, Loughborough University

  • 09.30

    What’s New? Latest Trends & Top Hits in Higher Ed Marketing

    • What are the current trends in the decision-making behaviour of prospective students?
    • Latest online marketing trends higher ed institutions are leveraging
    • Innovative marketing tools higher ed marketers are looking to adopt
    • What are the challenges facing higher ed marketers? How can marketers cope with them?

    Moderator:
    Emma Leech, Director of Marketing & Advancement, Loughborough University

    Panellists:
    Julie Odams
    , Head of Communications, Staffordshire University
    Diana Chee, Chief Marketing Officer, University of Nottingham, Malaysia
    Jenny Tang, Senior Assistant Director, Digital Strategy & Marketing, Singapore Management University

  • 10.30 Morning Refreshments & Networking Break
  • 11.00

    Stay Ahead of the Game: How Staffordshire University Builds a Strong Brand to Rise above Competition

    • Beyond the logo: How Staffordshire University found its brand voice and personality
    • How Staffordshire University creates a brand story that resonates with prospective students
    • How Staffordshire University develops a unique brand positioning that differentiates from competitors
    • Building a reputation beyond rankings: Critical success factors and pitfalls to avoid

    Julie Odams, Head of Communications, Staffordshire University

  • 12.00 Lunch & Networking Break
  • 13.30

    Taking Your Brand International: How University of Nottingham, Malaysia Establishes its Global Footprint

    • Insights into University of Nottingham’s strategy to increase brand awareness globally
    • How University of Nottingham leverages partnerships and agencies to enhance international presence
    • How University of Nottingham adapts its brand message to local markets
    • Challenges and lessons learnt from University of Nottingham

    Diana Chee, Chief Marketing Officer, University of Nottingham, Malaysia

  • 14.30

    Meet Me Where I’m at: Insights into Loughborough University’s Multi-Channel Marketing Strategy

    • Mapping the customer journey: How Loughborough University identifies critical touchpoints
    • Making the right investment: How Loughborough University determines its channel and budget mix
    • How Loughborough University integrates online and offline platforms to create a cohesive marketing campaign
    • Getting stakeholder buy-in to break out of traditional marketing efforts: Tips from Loughborough University

    Emma Leech, Director of Marketing and Advancement, Loughborough University

  • 15.30 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Break
  • 16.00

    It’s all about Results: How to Measure Marketing ROI

    • Beyond enrolment rates: How to set and track metrics for different platforms
    • How to determine success of social campaigns
    • Reporting and justifying your marketing spend: Best practices and pitfalls to avoid
    • Is your senior management obsessed with KPIs? Tips on how to deal with it

    Jenny Tang, Senior Assistant Director, Digital Strategy & Marketing, Singapore Management University

  • 17.00 Chairperson’s Insights & Analysis of the Day’s Proceedings
  • 17.10 End of Day One Conference
  • Day 2

    08.30 Morning Coffee
  • 09.00 Chairperson’s Opening Remarks & Interactive Charge-Up Session

    Emma Leech, Director of Marketing & Advancement, Loughborough University

  • 09.30

    Engage on a Budget: University of Wollongong’s Successful Social Media Strategy

    • How University of Wollongong aligns its social media objectives to marketing goals
    • Strategies to create in-house social media campaigns with limited resources
    • How University of Wollongong increases reach and engagement on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
    • Cutting through the social media clutter: What works and what doesn’t

    Paul Robinson, Marketing & Communications Manager, University of Wollongong Australia

  • 10.30 Morning Refreshments & Networking Break
  • 11.00

    Give your Content that Creative Edge: LKY School – Innovative Content Strategy

    • How LKY School determines the type of content that resonates with its target audience
    • Finding the novel angle: How LKY School turns “typical” content into engaging stories
    • Don’t lose them: How LKY School keeps its content fresh to sustain audience interest
    • Power your content production with a small team: Strategies from LKY School

    Tracy Lee, Acting Deputy Director, External Affairs & Marketing, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore
    Stanley Lim, Senior Manager, External Affairs & Marketing, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

  • 12.00 Lunch & Networking Break
  • 13.30

    Show, Don’t Tell: Visual Content Marketing Strategies from University of Bradford

    • How University of Bradford plans its visual content strategy
    • How University of Bradford optimises in-house resources to create attractive visuals
    • YouTube, Facebook Live, Instagram Stories: How University of Bradford produces simple yet engaging videos
    • Getting more mileage out of your visual content: Dos and don’ts

    Mark Garratt, Director of External Affairs, University of Bradford

  • 14.30

    Power to the People: Turning Students, Alumni, Faculty Members into Brand Advocates

    • What inspires students, alumni and faculty members to become brand advocates?
    • How to identify your brand advocates?
    • How to encourage them to actively contribute content on social media?
    • How to effectively leverage user-generated content?

    Moderator:
    Emma Leech, Director of Marketing & Advancement, Loughborough University

    Panellists:
    Sarah Graham, Chief Marketing Officer, Swinburne University of Technology
    Mark Garratt,
    Director of External Affairs, University of Bradford
    Paul Robinson,
    Marketing & Communications Manager, University of Wollongong Australia

  • 15.30 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Break
  • 16.00

    Make Numbers Come Alive: How Swinburne University of Technology Uses Data to Drive Marketing Decisions

    • What are the data sources and data collection methods that Swinburne University of Technology employs?
    • Data overload: How Swinburne University of Technology narrows the scope of data for analysis
    • Making sense of your data: How Swinburne University of Technology analyses its data
    • How Swinburne University of Technology translates data insights into actionable strategies

    Sarah Graham, Chief Marketing Officer, Swinburne University of Technology

  • 17.00 Chairperson’s Insights & Analysis of the Day’s Proceedings
  • 17.10 Close of Conference