Enabling Universities to recruit students from India through their own local enrollment office with minimal risk and low investments

To promote International enrollments from India, a significant number of Universities from around the world have setup local recruitment cells to pursue a more active enrollment strategy. These recruitment cells are over and above the archetypical strategies deployed by the Universities such as, having multiple recruitment agents, attending recruitment fairs and partnering with Indian Universities. Tecnova enables Universities to deploy a more effective and targeted enrollment strategy and to directly engage in activities to develop and promote awareness of the University’s programs amongst Indian students.

How Tecnova supports International Universities in India
  • By setting up their own dedicated Indian office represented by a qualified student recruitment counselor, a far more effective way to recruit international students from India
  • Eliminating the need to have an direct legal entity or register an India office
  • Arranging recruitment seminars to enroll students specifically for the university. Only prospective students interested in applying to the university and their parents would be invited
  • Facilitate partnerships with Indian Universities, Schools (for Undergraduate recruitment), Corporates (for MBA/ Professional Programs), and Other Institutions

Advantages to the Education Institution

  • Tecnova simplifies setup of local office and representation for Universities by reducing management overhead and setup costs with its ready infrastructure & support services
  • For Undergraduate programs, a targeted approach to empanel progressive schools
  • Allows Universities to have representation in fairs round the year instead of being selective
  • Conduct individual student and parent counseling round the year which gives parents more confidence in choosing the university
  • Save travel and lodging costs for University personnel coming to India for recruitment and orientation activities
  • The University application and visa process is managed better if it’s done locally
  • Orientation of new students can be done face to face
  • The University can organize own events, conduct PR activities and branding exercises
  • Develop prospective student databases
  • Look at partnerships with Indian institutions and do the necessary on the ground follow up required to set up the collaboration
  • No fixed investments are required
  • Lowers reliance on agents, who typically work for multiple universities globally and are concerned with enrolling prospective students into any university they represent
  • Better scrutiny of the quality of students being recruited