Improving student engagement and experience-Met Film School selects ebs
Met Film School, world-leading provider of film training, has chosen Tribal’s ebs solution as their student management information system.
The school offers undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses in film, television and online media, which are accredited by University of West London.
Met Film School wanted a system that would allow for all their student information to be stored in one database, to manage their students from initial application to award. They were using multiple spreadsheets and databases to manage their student data which was creating a large amount of duplication and errors in their work.
They wanted a system that would not only meet their student data needs, but also improve the way they engaged with their students during their time at the school and as a result improve student experience.
After watching a demo of ebs, Met Film School were impressed at how the system could be easily tailored to their data needs, and could increase engagement through every stage of the student journey.
Paul Ensor, Academic Registrar at Met Film School said:
“We were very happy with the configurability of ebs and we are confident we will achieve greater efficiency in managing our student data, through one integrated solution. Our student engagement as a result of on:track and ontrack: buzz should greatly improve, our aim at the Met Film School is to ensure our students have the best experience they can from application through to graduation.”
Met Film School’s student data will be stored in one system, saving staff time through the automation of some of their workload, and importantly increasing the quality and reliability of their data.
Speaking on behalf of Tribal, James Cooke Business Development Manager said:
“We are proud to be working with Met Film School to improve their student data management, and ultimately benefit their student experience and engagement. We look forward to starting work with them soon to begin planning a smooth implementation''