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I need some ideas to effectively recruit students

Postby ka_roming » Fri, 15 Sep 2006 1:33 pm

to those in students recruitment....can pls share some proven strategies to effectively recruit students from my/other country to study here in Singapore.
I want to venture in this opportunity due to low cost involved. I would also like to network with people of the same line. Thanks.

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Postby badspf » Sun, 24 Sep 2006 11:07 pm

where u wan to play the "games" in?
singapore?

1st, had you link up with the private school in singapore?
2nd, how much comission you intend to make?
3rd, you recuite the ger in person or using a company?

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Postby ka_roming » Fri, 29 Sep 2006 2:08 pm

1....here
2....the private school here gives me starting 10% of the course fee
3....boys/girl will be recruited thru a registered company

Can you give advice?????Thanks.

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Postby ksl » Fri, 29 Sep 2006 2:41 pm

ka_roming wrote:1....here
2....the private school here gives me starting 10% of the course fee
3....boys/girl will be recruited thru a registered company

Can you give advice?????Thanks.


You will have to look hard at your problem or problems!

Then you will have to look at the alternatives, you have to solve those problems, at the cheapest cost, to yourself! Other than that, it's quite easy! If you want to sell the school, you will have to be well up to date on what the school is offering in terms of subjects, and benefits, why go to that school?

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Postby mecuryking » Sun, 01 Oct 2006 12:33 pm

is it harvord eductaion group or something like that?

they are holding a seminar for international student recuitement agent at oct next week ...
look like that will be more more such agents in singapore

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Re: I need some ideas to effectively recruit students

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Sun, 01 Oct 2006 1:46 pm

ka_roming wrote:to those in students recruitment....can pls share some proven strategies to effectively recruit students from my/other country to study here in Singapore.
I want to venture in this opportunity due to low cost involved. I would also like to network with people of the same line. Thanks.


ka_roaming, be careful of people on the board trying to help when they are asking for you to provide information specific in nature. It is possible that these unscrupolous types will try to undercut or sabo you ideas for their own.

If you give out your contacts or potential clients you are just giving them a license to steal...........

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Re: I need some ideas to effectively recruit students

Postby ksl » Sun, 01 Oct 2006 6:04 pm

ka_roming wrote:to those in students recruitment....can pls share some proven strategies to effectively recruit students from my/other country to study here in Singapore.
I want to venture in this opportunity due to low cost involved. I would also like to network with people of the same line. Thanks.


You actually need to shop around, I do know Lancaster University have employeed a Chinese to recruit students to their University, you may wish to contact her and see what she is offering on commission for recruiting in Singapore, you could network for anyone.

She is well paid at 45k a year, the job was advertised on the Uni website, mind you the fees are in the region of 1 million Taiwan Dollar, that I do know, because a friend is there at the moment.

The course itself is not cheap

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Postby ka_roming » Mon, 02 Oct 2006 11:28 am

Thanks a LOT for all your invaluable inputs . I'd better start now to do my homework .

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Postby GregoryVice » Thu, 05 Oct 2006 1:37 am

its a good idea though... singapore is one of the growing hubs for education... so you can expect alot in return if all goes well... :)
Cheers Mates!


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