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Ravensbourne University London utilise SITS:Vision to enhance the student experience

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Tribal is proud to announce that Ravensbourne University London has selected SITS:Vision as its Student Information Management System (SIMS).

Ravensbourne University London is a leading specialist digital media and design university based on the Greenwich Peninsula. Ravensbourne was granted university status in 2018, following their receipt of Taught Degree Awarding Powers the year before.

The university sought a comprehensive solution to streamline their student records solution, improve the student experience and provide a modern self-service system. It was at this point that Tribal introduced SITS:Vision to the university.

SITS:Vision is specifically designed for Higher Education providers like Ravensbourne University London and will enable them to manage the entire student lifecycle in one space: from recruitment and admissions, through to student support, retention and outcomes to support and improve every aspect of the student journey.

Emma Shailer, Director of Student Recruitment and Success commented:

“Making sure we have the most effective systems in place is crucial to the commitment we make to support our students. Tribal has been a fantastic partner to work with, delivering a robust and streamlined student record system which will enhance our offering for students and applicants alike.”

Speaking on behalf of Tribal, Nancy Musgrave, EMEA HE Sales Director commented:

“We are excited about this partnership and are committed to seeing Ravensbourne University go from strength to strength. Ravensbourne University has already gone live with Student Enrolment and Records Management providing their students with a range of self-service functionalities, and the Assessments and Awards release is on the horizon.”

 

Ravensbourne University London joins over 140 institutions across five continents to use SITS:Vision, together with over 60% of the UK HE market and 12 UK Russell Group Universities including the University of Oxford.

 

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