We Help You Solve Your Biggest Challenges
The higher education market has reached a level of maturity that requires a more sustainable approach toward academic programming. Because the stakes are higher than ever, Eduventures has moved beyond the conventional standards of program feasibility to focus on the end goal – the overall success of your institution and its students.
Program Portfolio Optimization
- Benchmark your program portfolio to prioritize resources
- Scan your market for the most attractive program development opportunities
- Deep-dive into specific programs to define market segments, differentiators, and program pricing
Online Strategy Refinement
- Define your online or micro-credential go-to-market strategy
- Buy, build, or partner with the right online education technology partners
- Implementation and pedagogy support to improve student outcomes
Get Continuous Support from Unmatched Experts
Visualize Portfolio Health
Use our easy-to-read portfolio scorecard to determine if your programs are thriving, lacking demand, or need a little investment to become long-term growth opportunities for your institution.
Find Opportunities for Long-term Growth or Stabilization
Explore internal and external factors affecting your ability to turn a new or existing program into a pillar of stability or avenue for sustainable growth. We go beyond the “yes or no” basics of program feasibility to provide the important context needed to make informed decisions.
Plan for Student Success by Design
Design each program for student success with pragmatic implementation and pedagogy support backed by unique bodies of research covering traditional student demand, adult learner demand, the changing landscape of online learning, and education technology.
Execute with Confidence
For over 25 years, our principle analysts have conducted proprietary research to unearth the intricacies of building differentiated program experiences- online and on-campus. Evaluating over 500+ programs annually for institutions with widely varying strategies, goals and sophistication, Eduventures analysts have a level of exposure to the market you can tap into like an honorary member of your team.
Hear From Our Clients
We’ve used our relationship with Eduventures to vet a lot of the new program opportunities we have considered… They have been the starting point for several of the successful new programs that are now in place at our school. Also important, the Eduventures team has helped us make the difficult decision to close down programs and sites that were no longer producing.
CHLOE 3: Behind the Numbers
In its third year, the Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE) Survey — a survey of Chief Online Officers (COOs) — experienced significant growth, with 280 U.S. colleges and universities responding, including public, private and for-profit institutions. That represents a 54% increase from CHLOE 2.
Eduventures 2019 Technology Landscape: Four Vendors to Watch
Just three years ago, in 2016, the Eduventures Higher Education Technology Landscape featured 518 products across 40 segments. In the 2019 report—published this past Thursday—we feature 423 products across 42 segments, a 22% reduction. Some of these changes have to do…
2019 IPEDS Update: Five Insights into the Online Master’s Market
2019 IPEDS data shows Master’s programs now make up nearly 16% of completions across all levels of U.S. higher education. For several years, this market has been the primary sector of growth for many institutions—led in large part by the development of online programs.
OPM Transparency? A Preliminary Report Card
The old adage that nothing is certain but death and taxes is due for an update. We’re now assured that the arrival of a new academic calendar invariably sparks renewed debate over the merits, or lack thereof, of online program management (OPM) companies and OPM transparency.
Tip of the Iceberg: A National MBA Market Overview
The current state of the U.S. MBA market can best be compared to your average glacier: large, slowly decreasing in size, and leaving a mark when it recedes. Still, MBA programs make up the greatest number of any single type of master’s degree program and enroll the largest number of master’s students…
From AI to Analytics: Three Program Areas to Watch
Rarely a day goes by when a client doesn’t ask us: “What is the next big degree?” Sometimes, popular culture holds the answer. Take, for instance the sudden interest in forensic science in the early 2000’s. Much of this was fueled by the popularity of the TV show CSI.
Refocusing on the Schools of Arts and Sciences: Three Program Areas to Watch
In recent years, we have seen increased student interest in programs with strong career articulation. Eduventures data suggests that this interest comes at the expense of more traditional programs often housed in…