Edvantic’s mission is to make high-quality education more affordable and reliable across the globe. We have a vast network of education institutions, credentialing bodies, training organizations and public and private partnerships that help make this a reality. This network continues to grow every day so we can bring new and better ideas, programs and frameworks to fruition. As such, our capabilities in education management are the cornerstone of not just our success, but the success of our clients and their stakeholders as well.
The challenges that colleges, universities, and professional schools face rarely fit neatly into one department. Each institution is an intricate ecosystem, and our services are set up to intersect and tie together key areas of this ecosystem to improve the overall effectiveness of the institution. Each of our services can be delivered at a school, campus, or system level and offer implementation services. We are dedicated to working alongside our clients throughout the process; from the diagnosis of a challenge to the delivery of results.
Educational institutions are always under the microscope of public opinion. They are criticized for graduates lacking relevance in a dynamic and highly competitive job market, for the rising cost of a degree and burdensome student debt, and for being slow to change and adopt new approaches and technologies in education. We enable institutions to respond to these challenges by helping them develop a clear and evidence-based strategic plan that is aligned with their mission and market position so that they can achieve their short-term goals while ensuring long-term sustainability.
Many higher education institutions’ financial models are failing – private institutions are overly dependent on tuition revenues and public institutions are suffering from a steady decrease in funding. Edvantic provides critical insights into financial health and market factors that can help stabilize financially-stressed institutions and formulate a plan for how resources should be invested in the future.
Admissions teams are struggling to adapt to demographic shifts, social media and new technologies, student and employer expectations, and parental involvement. In this dynamic context, schools must develop and quickly adjust to a higher education enrollment strategy that is tailored to their target populations.
Edvantic’s team of enrollment specialists helps colleges and universities identify gaps in their enrollment funnel and implement new and best practice strategies so that they can exceed enrollment growth. Here are several ways we do that.
Technological innovation is transforming daily operations at colleges and universities across all functional areas including enrollment, academics, student affairs, facilities, and finance and administration. New solutions hit the market every week and many, including those designed for higher education, require customization to accommodate each institution’s specific needs.
Technology can have a huge impact on your efficiency and your results, but only if it is integrated with a thorough understanding of your processes, policies, and the needs of your people.
The education landscape is changing. The “be everything to everyone” strategy is not sustainable for most institutions. To thrive in this new context, schools must reevaluate the composition of their academic portfolios and ask themselves the following questions:
With the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, the delivery method in education has been disrupted significantly. There is an increasing demand for educational technology and online learning systems that enable schools to engage students across a broader geographic area and place less demand on physical space, and to scale – providing education to more for less. Asynchronous vs. synchronous? Fully online vs. hybrid? Outsource vs. build? Every institution should have a comprehensive online strategy that answers these questions and caters to the specific needs of its various schools, programs, and course offerings.