@jackaroo2000
Jack Goodman
CEO, Founder
Tutoring Australasia
yourfuturestudents.com.au
Demanding and Driven
Strategies for...
What’s the #1 factor
that determines
whether students
go to uni?
Some may say, intelligence, high school attended, ATAR.
R...
Why Choose You? Or U.?
• Who are the competitors?
• 2013: 37 public universities
• 2014:
– 70 TAFEs
– 103 Non-University H...
Slogans. Brands. Products. U.
Bringing Knowledge to life
It’s All About U
Brilliant
Discover Your Potential
Make Tomorrow ...
Universities waste a lot of money doing things because they’ve done them the same way for
years and years.
There’s one other group of competitors. Like Daphne Kohler, Sebastian Thrun,
Anant Agarwal, Walter Lewin.
What’s the key to
successful student
retention?
And what’s the $ value
of retention?
The 9-Year Uni Degree
The 9-Year Uni Degree
Here’s how we think about the student life-cycle. We help universities
address both challenges – rec...
What’s your ROI
on Student Support?
• You can either:
–Employ staff, pay wages and overheads
–Offer limited, campus-based ...
Try something new
• Assist students wherever and whenever
they’re learning
• Deliver just-in-time, live, one-to-one
assist...
What’s at stake?
• At Fed Uni, 17% of 1st year students drop out at
census (319 students in 2011)
• If an equal number lea...
Merrill Atlas
National Director, Tertiary Partnerships
Mike Larsen
Chief Operating Officer
Jack Goodman
CEO & Founder
your...
Jack Goodman - Tutoring Australasia - Tutoring Australasia Session
Jack Goodman - Tutoring Australasia - Tutoring Australasia Session
Jack Goodman - Tutoring Australasia - Tutoring Australasia Session
Jack Goodman - Tutoring Australasia - Tutoring Australasia Session
Jack Goodman - Tutoring Australasia - Tutoring Australasia Session
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Jack Goodman delivered the presentation at 2014 Higher Education Summit.

The 2014 Higher Education Summit discussed the post reform tertiary sector, considering some of the key challenges posed to the Australian University at a time of political change and rapid innovation in service delivery. The discussion ranged from university structures, planning and strategy to governance, funding and innovation and excellence in teaching and learning and research.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.highereducationsummit.com.au/2014event

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  1. 1. @jackaroo2000 Jack Goodman CEO, Founder Tutoring Australasia yourfuturestudents.com.au Demanding and Driven Strategies for success in the new competitive landscape
  2. 2. What’s the #1 factor that determines whether students go to uni? Some may say, intelligence, high school attended, ATAR. Right answer: Whether one or both parents attended uni.
  3. 3. Why Choose You? Or U.? • Who are the competitors? • 2013: 37 public universities • 2014: – 70 TAFEs – 103 Non-University Higher Ed Providers
  4. 4. Slogans. Brands. Products. U. Bringing Knowledge to life It’s All About U Brilliant Discover Your Potential Make Tomorrow Better NextLife Your Future, Your Way Seek Light Be What You Want To Be Think Different There’s a game you can play with companies or movies, matching them up with their tag lines. It won’t work here because none of these tag lines says anything uniquely identifiable about a specific university.
  5. 5. Universities waste a lot of money doing things because they’ve done them the same way for years and years.
  6. 6. There’s one other group of competitors. Like Daphne Kohler, Sebastian Thrun, Anant Agarwal, Walter Lewin.
  7. 7. What’s the key to successful student retention? And what’s the $ value of retention?
  8. 8. The 9-Year Uni Degree
  9. 9. The 9-Year Uni Degree Here’s how we think about the student life-cycle. We help universities address both challenges – recruitment and engagement in the 6 years prior to university, as well as that critical gap where first year students drop out or otherwise fail to progress. What’s the cost of fixing this bridge?
  10. 10. What’s your ROI on Student Support? • You can either: –Employ staff, pay wages and overheads –Offer limited, campus-based access –Across a limited number of subjects –To those students who are confident enough to attend… • Or you can…
  11. 11. Try something new • Assist students wherever and whenever they’re learning • Deliver just-in-time, live, one-to-one assistance • Reduce your costs, generate better outcomes, increase satisfaction and retention rates • Generate more revenues from lower attrition rates
  12. 12. What’s at stake? • At Fed Uni, 17% of 1st year students drop out at census (319 students in 2011) • If an equal number leave during the remainder of their first year, that’s a loss of 638 students ~34% attrition • Estimated loss of income/student ~$16,500 • Total loss of annual income: $10,527,000 • A 5% reduction of student attrition is worth $526,000 for Fed Uni. Sources: SMH, 30 March 2014 Karen Nelson and Tracy Creagh, FYE, safeguardingstudentlearning.net
  13. 13. Merrill Atlas National Director, Tertiary Partnerships Mike Larsen Chief Operating Officer Jack Goodman CEO & Founder yourfuturestudents.com.au

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