Klaudia Rubik
4 months ago

Alison Jenkins to lead Studyportals APAC team as new Executive Vice President

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Studyportals has announced the appointment of Alison Jenkins as Executive Vice President of the Asia-Pacific region. 

Jenkins has spent the last two decades enabling students on their study paths for world leading universities. She has held senior positions at three Group of Eight (Go8) universities in Australia – The University of Queensland, UNSW Sydney and The University of Melbourne. She was recently recognised by the PIE News as one of the top 50 voices in International Education the Australia/ASEAN region. 

Edwin Van Rest, Co-founder and CEO of Studyportals says, “We are excited to grow the team in APAC because of the great prospects and rapid growth in that market.” 

“Particularly with policy changes on the way we are seeing strong demand for the more diverse, more direct and more transparent student recruitment in which Studyportals is the leader. We are also expanding our focus beyond enrolments to student retention and student success.” 

 

Jenkins says, “Studying abroad is a significant investment and students are wanting transparent and high-quality digital content on demand. Studyportals provides the best solution that is not limited by location. The diversity mix, and quality of engaged students on the portal creates an exciting opportunity for institutions to tap into the rich data available and to diversify their enrolments with motivated, genuine students from the most diverse range of markets. 

Studyportals is the world’s most comprehensive study choice platform. Over 50 million students use Studyportals platforms annually to find and compare their study options across borders and select the right programme. With its portals and data insights, Studyportals helps universities diversify their student population and optimise their recruitment and marketing efforts. 

 

 

 

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