To improve the effectiveness and reach of their career services, Henley Business School, University of Kent, University of Newcastle, University of Western Sydney and University of East Anglia have all recently adopted Abintegro services as part of their proposition to students.
“With 200+ learning modules, 1,500+ videos, millions of jobs across 52 countries and 20 interactive tools, assessments and research databases the Abintegro Online Career Centre is continually proving to be the most effective answer for delivering careers support to a large, dispersed audience”, said Tony Heard, Managing Director, Abintegro, at the launch of their new platform.
“Our clients can now ‘clone’ their versions of the Abintegro Career Centre, meaning they can tailor and track different online services for different audience types. This means a first year student could login and experience an entirely different content, tools and course set to an alumni or MA. Convincing students to engage with careers programmes is a continuous challenge, so being able to create separate online environments for very specific user groups means career services can now tailor their offering, tackling one of the major challenges to engagement.”
With approaching 2 million users across 10 countries and tracking every click, every action and every piece of feedback, Abintegro sets out to continuously improve the effectiveness and importance of online services in the careers industry.