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Academic institutions success and reputation rely heavily on their ability to excel at educating students, generating and transferring knowledge, and contributing to the development of society. With this in mind, our consulting offers are comprehensive and provides practical advice on performance improvement covering four main areas.
The prime objective of consulting services provided by QSIU and its network of higher education experts is to assist universities and other higher education institutions, who aspire to achieve world class standards.
We provide a parallel service for diverse government and quasi-governmental organisations, that are aiming to enhance their country’s higher education standards.
- Research strategy and management
- Faculty recruitment, retention and development
- Entrepreneurship, innovation, knowledge transfer
- Strategic Review and Audit
- Implementation and Change Management
- Governance and Structure
- Facilities and Infrastructure Improvement
- Internal Communications
- Market positioning and branding
- Accreditation, Quality Assurance and Audit Support
- External Communications
- Online marketing and presence
“QS Consulting offered us a deep insight into research strategy and the recommendations have been very useful in our improvement process. We strongly recommend QS Consulting to universities that, like us, constantly seek to provide better services to students and to society as a whole.”
“Great work and really helpful for us! We do appreciate your hard work and I’ll make all efforts to persuade people to implement all your recommendations! Work delivered did exceed what we expected.”
“QS Consulting has provided a thorough, professional, and analytical consulting service to our university and we are highly satisfied with the progress it has enabled us to make. They have provided access to a range of internationally renowned senior administrative and academic experts who have worked closely with university management to bring about real and positive changes to our professional practice.”