In YoungCRM, you can easily manage and screen the applications students send to your school, college, or university.
Get a simple overview of your application pool and sort the view of the fields you want to be shown, e.g. name, status, rating, and geography
Let the system send a notification to selected colleagues when new applications arrive or if the status of the applicant is changed
Send a nudge, if an admission officer takes too much time to respond to the application process.
Collect all personal data, application files, and communication in one place and get a great overview of each applicant.
Let team members work together in the applicant viewer: They can tag each other, write comments, and see each other’s interactions and communication with the applicant.
360 Degrees Rating
To find the most qualified, each admission officer can give applicants a rating score, e.g. based on their personal essay, recommendations, GPA, or video essay. If you choose different rating parameters, you will automatically get an overall score of the student.
Another way to review students is to get an automatic match score of how suited an applicant is for the education programme. To get this score, you can define your own criteria, e.g. what is most preferred interest, locations, course preferences, and personal skills. For every chosen criterion, you will get a score of 0-100 %.
List Qualified Students
In YoungCRM you can group students based on specific filters you select, e.g. age, uploaded files, profile match, and zip code.
Use the filters before reviewing applicants to make sure that you exclude applicants who do not match your entry requirements
Use the filters after reviewing applicants to create a list of the most qualified students
Insight reports is an analysis tool directly integrated into YoungCRM, which will show you daily, weekly or monthly statistics about the people you have collected via YoungCRM. For instance, it tells you who they are and where they come from.
Insight report is a great tool for the admission team to analyze if you are short of a specific type of students for your programme, e.g. based on gender, geographic or demographic, and need to make an effort to create more diversity.