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Ella Higham

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Ella is a Marketing Executive here at Tribal Group. She helps to raise the awareness of Tribal's activities and tell the Tribal story worldwide.
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The University of Reading transform their student journey

Posted by Ella Higham on April 27, 2020

The University of Reading is among the top 30 UK universities in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2020 and is home to 19,000 students from over 150 countries. In 2016 the University celebrated the 90th anniversary of its Royal Charter and over the decades they have become innovators and pioneers, pushing academic boundaries and leading social change.

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Topics: Higher Education, Student experience

Robert Gordon University Aberdeen – providing a single version of the truth with SITS

Posted by Ella Higham on April 14, 2020

Robert Gordon University Aberdeen have been long-time users of SITS, having implemented in 1998. Whilst the university had been able to bring some new elements of functionality on-board since their implementation, they weren’t able to go back and add to existing functionality to take advantage of new functionality or to amend embedded working practices in line with good practice. This left them in a position where they had workarounds supporting workarounds and were overly reliant on numerous external databases, rather than holding key information in SITS.  They also found themselves severely lacking in the internal resources required to support SITS:Vision.

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Topics: Higher Education

University of Nottingham - Improving financial performance through benchmarking

Posted by Ella Higham on December 11, 2019

The University of Nottingham has been a customer of Tribal’s Financial Benchmarking for the last three years, aiming to positively impact the financial performance of the university to ultimately keep improving student performance.

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Topics: Higher Education

Data Management Services for Merton Council

Posted by Ella Higham on October 17, 2019

London Borough of Merton Council delivers all of its adult education using partner providers. In order to draw down the correct amount of funding, each provider submits an Individual Learner Record (ILR) to Merton Council who combine it ready for submission to the ESFA.

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