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Cassino, who joined the company last December as Chief Operating Officer with oversight of the company’s Naviance®, Intersect™, and Starfish® product lines, is now responsible for the success of the entire company.
Hobsons acquires RepVisits to expand access to college opportunities for high school students.
Hobsons Announces Finalists for 2016 Education Advances Awards
Students in Australia can now access the Naviance platform to identify tertiary and career opportunities at home and abroad.
“Upgraded by Hobsons” highlights expert strategies and real-life examples of college and career readiness, access, and success.
Hobsons, the leading provider of college and career readiness, enrollment management, and student success solutions, today announced the acquisition of the Predictive Analytics Reporting (PAR) Framework, Inc. PAR, a national membership collaborative, helps colleges, universities, and higher education systems use data to improve retention and postsecondary success.
Hobsons, the world’s leader in connecting learning to life, today announced the acquisition of Starfish Retention Solutions, the leading provider of student success and advising systems for higher education institutions. The Starfish® Enterprise Success Platform™ will complement Hobsons’ existing student engagement and retention service and enhance the organisation’s enrolment management suite, Radius™.
A survey has found that social isolation and a seemingly never-ending course workload are major factors for students who discontinue their online studies. The Hobsons survey of more than 1300 students who had withdrawn, deferred or changed their tertiary enrolment in the 12 months prior, found 28 per cent of students discontinued their studies for personal reasons such as financial pressures, health or employment.
A survey has found that safety and Australia’s attitude toward international students is still a concern for people considering studying here, prompting calls for the Federal Government to do more to change perception of prospective international students of Australia’s welcomeness.
New research has revealed that prospective students from Africa (46 per cent), Asia (45 per cent) and the Americas (44 per cent) are more likely to follow an Australian university on social media than local students (41 per cent).
Hobsons, an education subsidiary of the Daily Mail and General Trust (DMGT), today announced a strategic minority investment in iProf Learning Solutions, a leading learning management and test preparation provider in India. This investment marks Hobsons’ entrance into the rapidly expanding Indian market, furthering the company’s position as a global leader in student support and college and career readiness solutions.