Higher education is an important and necessary part of many student’s journeys. However, as graduate enrollment falls, institutions need to consider how they can best meet the demands of today’s students. This might include offering shorter programs, more cost-effective learning opportunities, embracing hybrid or blended learning environments, and investing in student-centric learning outcomes that will help their graduates stand out in a competitive job market. Join us in our upcoming webinar to learn how digital credentials can help higher education providers meet the needs of their students and enhance their credentialing processes.
Student demand for digital credentials in higher education is increasing, but college and university enrollment is falling. The reason comes from a combination of increasing costs, post-pandemic impact, and concern around the value that attending college offers. This has led to students seeking educational opportunities and certifications elsewhere, favoring shorter, more affordable programs which offer a better work-life balance.
As a result of falling enrollment, higher education providers are facing increased competition and could mean being left behind in the marketplace if this demand isn’t satisfied. Higher education providers need to find ways to better attract and engage their prospective students while adapting to potentially reduced budgets. Digital credentials can provide the solution. Not only do digital credentials reduce the cost and time commitments of credentialing but can create new avenues of revenue for issuers. Join us in our latest webinar to research more about: