Calling all member centres - opportunity to join the ELT industry's leading quarterly student statistics scheme
Over one third of English UK member centres are already benefiting from quarterly insights as participants in our QUIC student statistics scheme. You too can join them as the window is currently open for new participants to sign up to the 2023 cohort.
QUIC is the ELT industry's most detailed and timely student statistics scheme with in-depth analysis from our insights partner BONARD produced exclusive for QUIC participants. All participants must be English UK member centres.
Ready within eight weeks of each quarter end, the 35+ page QUIC reports include:
- In-depth insight into 100+ UK ELT source markets
- Analysis of the buying process (agency vs direct bookings and individual vs group bookings) for each market
- Breakdown of adult and junior course types, providing insight into the relative popularity of different product types in each market
- Comparative analysis across UK regions and programmes
- Historical comparisons to reveal long-term trends
- *NEW* for 2023 - analysis of recovery levels (2019 v 2023) based on a like-to-like sample.
Participants additionally benefit from exclusive webinars and pivot table datasets.
What does it cost to join?
- 2023 QUIC subscription fee: £215 + VAT
- 2023 QUIC subscription fee for groups: £215 + VAT (for the first accredited centre) and an additional £50 + VAT for each subsequent accreditation/ member centre**
- Group QUIC subscription fees are capped at £415 + VAT per group.
**For example, a group consisting of x3 member centres will pay £215 + (2 x £50) = £315 + VAT
What do current participants say?
Val Hennessy, director of International House Bristol:
'QUIC focuses us on areas of the world we are looking to target, it helps us to decide which courses we will push and which we will leave on the back burner and it allows us to measure our own performance against the average.'
Caroline Fox, managing director of Twin Group:
'Twin seeks to respond dynamically to market developments; to wait a whole year for market information [from English UK's annual student statistcs report] would seem to us to be the opposite to dynamism.'
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