In recruitment, reaching students is only the start. You need to nurture initial queries through to completed applications. And you can only accomplish that by knowing how and when to reach out to students, to make sure they cross that finish line. 

This is where Global Student Centres Operations team comes in. Our Operations team is a culmination of skilled staff which offer a market-leading comprehensive suite of recruitment-related solutions designed to maximise enrolment outcomes. We map your recruitment life cycle, and then engage with students at strategic points for quick and reliable conversion. We will make sure your efforts produce tangible outcomes, rather than dissipate because your leads went cold. 

PaPavel Bawa

Sr. Regional Manager

Maulik Arya

Sr. Recruitment Advisor

Pallavi Sharma

Recruitment Advisor

Prateek Gupta

Recruitment Advisor

Raghav Somani

Recruitment Advisor

Urvi Holkar

Student Recruitment Advisor

Rabeea Azam

Student Recruitment Advisor – Pakistan

Kalyani Walunj

Our Operations team helps you manage the entire end-to-end recruitment process. Our services are integrated into your existing recruitment and marketing strategies, designed to enhance your engagement and conversion approaches.

By doing so, we help you expand capacity while improving outcomes. Our team of specialists are trained to manage application volumes and accelerate turnaround times, leaving you time to focus on your priority areas, like tuition and pastoral care.

Solutions customed to your needs

Our services help standardise methodologies, address compliance obligations and improve outcomes. We also identify recruitment barriers at all stages of the student journey and advise on timely solutions and communications strategies.

We can manage your entire recruitment and marketing funnel, or take on specific segments, if that’s what you need. We also tailor our approaches to address specific markets globally, with student outreach conducted in regions such as India, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan and Nigeria