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Graduate Program Analytics

One thing is true in graduate recruitment. Accessing the right data to make good decisions is hard.

Most available data is high level. How students heard about the program. Applicant numbers progressing by assessment stage. And applications by marketing channel or university. It’s good-to-know information. But it doesn’t allow you to step back and really understand what’s effective in your recruitment process. And what’s not.

 

 

 

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GradSift automatically analyzes your program data

When your program is wrapped up, simply upload your "hired" candidate emails and GradSift does the rest. Here are just some of the insights available.

What does the work experience of your applicants look like? By job level, by function and split by gender.

What about the roles held in extra-curricular activities. Is there clear evidence of leadership roles or active volunteering?

Is there an even gender balance from each university?

How does a female ICT learn about your program and then what subsequently influences her to apply?

Is advertising more effective than campus events to create general program awareness? And specifically, what is the best source to attract volumes of applicants?

What are the main employment sectors where your applicants have worked?

Which universities produce students with the most paid internships?

And comparing your "offer" candidates to general applicants is there a difference between the type of roles they've held at work and in their extra-curricular  activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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