International graduate enrollment in Fall 2017 declined by 21,390 students. This translates into an estimated financial loss of $535 million in tuition loss.
While many external changes are outside the control of university strategies, we must adopt innovative mindset and approaches to overcome constraints and achieve enrollment goals.
Vargo’s defines innovation as “the co-creation or collaborative recombination of practices that provide novel solutions for new or existing problems.”
Look forward to chairing a panel discussion at NAGAP, the Association for Graduate Enrollment Management annual conference in New Orleans with following panel of diverse institutional contexts:
- Timothy Council, Dean of Admissions at Claremont Graduate University
- Simon Harley, Assistant Dean for Graduate Enrollment, Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College, CUNY
- Michelle Vakman, Director of Graduate Admissions at New York Institute of Technology
– Rahul Choudaha