“Colleges cash in on real estate” was a recent headline in Inside Higher Ed, describing how some institutions have sold property to generate cash flow. Enrollment challenges, inflation, and exhausted stimulus funds are driving sales, and property prices are at record levels coming out of the pandemic.
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MOOCs, bootcamps, certificates, certifications, microcredentials, badges, apprenticeships… there is no denying that prospective postsecondary students have more learning options at their fingertips than ever before. The race to offer shorter, cheaper, and more focused...
At this year’s Eduventures Summit on June 15-17 in Boston, we will start telling this story by providing a first look of our forthcoming research, The Eduventures Master’s Market Update. Keep reading for a preview of that session.
This is the subject of my keynote at Eduventures Summit 2022, June 15-17 in Boston. Here’s a sneak-peak at what I’m going to be talking about…
Parsing through enrollment and market data in search of the next bachelor’s program to add to your academic portfolio can be tough in the current environment. But it’s an essential practice to continually update our understanding about what students want to study and which fields are most promising.
FinTech, the buzzword du jour to describe the intersection of financial technology and business, is defined by Emsi as, “technology and innovation that competes with